Petra Nemcova left red-faced after suffering wardrobe malfunction at Cannes

Petra Nemcova

Petra Nemcova suffered a wardrobe malfunction while walking the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday night (18May17).

The 37-year-old model was just one of the famous faces who walked the red carpet ahead of a screening of movie Loveless at the international film event.

As she stepped onto the carpet, Petra blew onlookers away with her stunning floor-length white The 2nd Skin Co. dress, which featured a daring split on the leg and plunging neckline.

But while posing for photographers, Petra's gown adjusted into an unfortunate position, meaning her nude underwear was clear to see through the split of the dress.

It was the second wardrobe mishap of Cannes, after Bella Hadid suffered a similar incident during the opening night on Wednesday (17May17).

Despite Petra's dress error leaving her red-faced, the Czech beauty looked otherwise stunning at the gala. She teamed her dress with a pair of strappy white Loriblu sandals and an embellished clutch bag, with diamond jewellery and a sleek high ponytail completing the look.

She had some competition in the attention-grabbing stakes though, as other stars on the red carpet for the Loveless screening included model and actress Emily Ratajkowski.

The 25-year-old stunner wowed in a dramatic black Peter Dundas ensemble which featured a lace top with cut out detail on the cleavage, with a full, ruffled skirt highlighting her tiny waist. While the outfit looked like a dress at first glance, when Emily turned to the side it was clear to see that it was actually a jumpsuit, with the lace material forming the underlayer.

Ensuring all eyes were on her glamorous outfit, Emily teamed it with simple, nude make-up and wore her hair in a loose chignon, with tendrils framing her face.

Winnie Harlow was another name at the screening, looking incredible in a royal blue full-skirted Zuhair Murad Couture gown which worked perfectly for the red carpet bash.

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