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Bebe Rexha, dressed in Faraz Manan, is a global sensation at the Cannes Music Festival.


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Bebe Rexha, a Grammy nominee, wowed the crowd at Thursday’s amfAR gala at Cannes’ Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc. The 33-year-old singer, best known for classics like “Say My Name,” responded to recent accusations over her weight gain by making a bold fashion statement.

Rexha chose to wear a stunning, one-of-a-kind design by Faraz Manan. Her curves were wonderfully highlighted by the form-fitting black gown. The dress’s front corset panel was intriguing, drawing attention to her bust, and the dress’s back featured. A stunning taupe ribbon that trailed gracefully behind her as she walked the red carpet.

Bebe Rexha used dazzling silver jewelry, including a necklace with her name on it, to further amplify the impact of her outfit. She went for a beautiful updo that let her long blonde locks drop smoothly. Framing her face with a lovely fringe, and her makeup was faultless.

On his official Instagram account, the musician posted a picture of herself wearing a dress by renowned Pakistani fashion designer Manan. Bebe Rexha attended the amfAR Gala during the Cannes Film Festival. And the caption said, “Bebe Rexha in custom Faraz Manan.” A Marta Del Rio creation.

A who’s who of the film, music, and fashion sectors may be found at each year’s amfAR gala. This takes place during the famed Cannes Film Festival. In addition to showcasing her great skill, Rexha’s stunning presence at the event showed her commitment. To embracing her own unique beauty, pushing against body shaming, and supporting self-acceptance.

Bebe Rexha is still a major presence in the music industry thanks to her commanding vocals and rousing songwriting. Working with Manan, a designer known for his extraordinary craftsmanship and ability. To produce timeless and elegant pieces, has only strengthened her position as a fashion star while also increasing the visibility of Pakistani art around the world.

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