The actress looked stunning as she walked the red carpet for the film Todos Lo Saben, which translates to “Everybody Knows,” which premiered tonight.
Patricia looked stunning in a lilac strapless gown with elaborate beads on the bodice for the star-studded event.
She accessorized her flashy ensemble with a jewelled grey clutch purse, which she clutched as she entered the festival’s 71st opening night.
After the bandeau-style dress fell downwards, the Mexican actress unwittingly displayed more than she had planned for.
The 30-year-old, who had gone braless for the occasion, revealed her left nipple by accident.
Despite the embarrassing clothing malfunction, the actress seemed unconcerned by the situation.
Patricia struck a posture for the cameras, demonstrating that the show must go on.
The beauty oozed glamour as she let her brown locks flow over her right shoulder, her hair in loose curls.
The model chose a sweeping of liquid eyeliner to enhance her inherent attractiveness.
A fellow audience member quickly saw the nip-slip and rushed over to assist the actress.
Hofit Golan, an Israeli socialite and TV broadcaster, readjusted the outfit to help her disguise her modesty and avoid any further red-faced moments.
On the red carpet, American actress Chantel Jeffries put on a stunning performance while working the cameras.
The diva flaunted her thin frame in the show-stopping slinky piece, which included a boob-baring silver dress.
The glistening gown had a plunging style that only covered her bosom due to a lot of metallic fabric strips across her chest.
The bodycon ensemble was floor-length and included an eye-catching train.
As she walked into the room, the 24-year-old pouted at the paparazzi.
Her raven locks were styled up in a smooth updo, and two wisps of hair fell from a middle parting to frame her gorgeous face.
She completed the gorgeous look with lots of mascara and delicate pink lipstick.
This year’s Cannes Film Festival, which takes place in the French Riviera resort town of Cannes, began a day earlier than normal.
The International Film Festival screens new films from around the world, and it will end on May 19 this year.