What did Miri Regev wear to Cannes?

While her golden top was beautiful, it was her Jerusalem of Gold skirt that drew attention from the glitterati.

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May 17, 2017 22:12
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Miri Regev with her Jerusalem of Gold dress at the 69th Cannes Film Festival. (photo credit: ELI SABTI)

 
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Culture and Sports Minister Miri Regev traveled to the south of France as Israel's representative to the Cannes Film Festival.

Regev was spotted making a particularly strong fashion statement on the red carpet. She sported an elegant ensemble with a gold sparkling top and a flowing white skirt. While her golden top was beautiful, it was the "Jerusalem of Gold" skirt that drew attention from the glitterati.

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Miri Regev's Jerusalem of Gold skirt on the Cannes red carpet (photo by: Eli Sabti)


The Jerusalem skyline sparkled all along the bottom of the skirt, clearly alluding to the UNESCO decision that disavowed Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem on May 2 -- setting hers apart as likely the most political outfit of the film festival.  France was one of the 23 countries that abstained from voting.


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