The stars graced the red carpet in their droves for the closing night of the Cannes Film Festival.
And Sharon Stone was sure to turn heads as she led the stars alongside Rosmund Pike and Gemma Chan for the premiere of OSS 117: From Africa With Love on Saturday night.
The actress, 63, oozed elegance as she graced the red carpet in a stunning ivory gown that had a silver sleeveless corset and chic white satin train.
Sharon’s ensemble fit snugly on her slender frame and featured a daring thigh split so that she could also put on a leggy display while out at the event.
Her blonde locks were styled into a coiffured style and she wore a light palette of make-up to accentuate her natural beauty.
Giving her look a glamorous flair, Sharon accessorised with a pair of dangling diamond earrings that perfectly complemented her ensemble.
Wow! Sharon’s ensemble fit snugly on her slender frame and featured a daring thigh split so that she could also put on a leggy display while out at the event
Elegant: Giving her look a glamorous flair, Sharon accessorised with a pair of dangling diamond earrings that perfectly complemented her ensemble
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The 74th Cannes Film Festival has provided us with countless unforgettable style moments (Bella Hadid in Schiaparelli comes to mind!) and the closing night is no exception.
Sharon Stone, Gemma Chan and Rosamund Pike have already made an appearance on the infamous red carpet and had us fashion hearts fluttering in the process. We particularly love this Dior look, as seen on Rosamund…
This tulle-laden dress is giving us serious Queen of Hearts vibes thanks to the voluminous silhouette and heart-shaped neckline. This dress closed the designer’s Fall 2019 runway show, so it seems like a fitting pick for the Cannes red carpet.
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Beaming: Sharon appeared to be in great spirits as she stepped up Cannes’ famous staircase
Beguiling: Sharon was seen strolling gracefully along the red carpet
Enjoying themselves: Sharon and Rosamund were seen enjoying a joke together while waiting to step onto the red carpet
Rosamund looked sensational in a red gown that featured flared tulle detailing on the torso and also had a chiffon skirt that fell elegantly to the floor.
Her backless ensemble also featured semi-sheer panels to either side of her torso to show off a glimpse of her cleavage as she posed for snaps.
The Gone Girl star wore her blonde locks in a poker straight bob that framed her face well, and she wore a light palette of make-up for the occasion.
Crazy Rich Asians star Gemma, 38, looked sensational as she stepped out in her glittering gold ensemble which featured an intricate floral design.
Stars: Sharon flashed a peace sign as she waited to get onto the red carpet
Revealing: Her backless ensemble also featured semi-sheer panels to either side of her torso to show off a glimpse of her cleavage as she posed for snaps
Strike a pose: Rosamund posed for a number of photos in front of the festival’s famous staircase before going up it
Stars of the show: The film’s cast (L-R) Jean-Francois Halin, Fatou N’Diaye, Jean Dujardin, director Nicolas Bedos, Pierre Niney, and Natacha Lindinger were seen on the red carpet
Posing up a storm: Roan was seen posing alongside a female friend on the red carpet
The pattern on Gemma’s halterneck dress was stitched into semi-sheer fabric, and the flowers covered her modesty and had a chic train.
Her ensemble also featured a thigh split to show off her slender legs as she strolled along the red carpet and posed for photos.
Gemma boosted her statuesque figure in a pair of simple black stiletto heels and she kept her accessories simple so all attention could remain on her outfit.
The Eternals star pulled her raven tresses into a chic high bun and she added a glittering touch to her look by wearing gold sequins under her eyes.
Gorgeous: The Eternals star pulled her raven tresses into a chic high bun and she added a glittering touch to her look by wearing gold sequins under her eyes
Starlet: Gemma looked glamorous as she shot a sultry look over her shoulder
Maggie Gyllenhaal looked elegant in her gown that had a gold satin bodice and red skirt that had an asymmetrical tulle detailing along the sides.
Her dress was stylish thanks to its panel detailing and multiple spaghetti straps, and she complemented the ensemble by stepping out in gold heels.
The star wore her brunette locks in loose waves that fell over her face in a sideswept style, ad she also wore a pair of diamond earrings.
Graceful: The star wore her brunette locks in loose waves that fell over her face in a sideswept style, ad she also wore a pair of diamond earrings
Jury: Spike Lee (centre), Jury President of the 74th Cannes Film Festival and Jury members (L-R) Song Kang-ho, Maggie, Jessica Hausner, Mati Diop, Melanie Laurent, Tahar Rahim, Mylene Farmer, and Kleber Mendonca Filho posed together
Androgynous chic: Tilda Swinton also made an appearance at the premiere, and her blonde locks where styled into a coiffure
OSS 117: From Africa With Love is the third film in the OSS 117 franchise, French parodic spy adventures starring The Artist’s Jean Dujardin in the lead role of Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath.
The third film is set in 1981, 14 years after the events of the second film Lost In Rio, and finds OSS 117 on a mission to Kenya where he teams up with young spy OSS 1001, played by Pierre Niney.
2006’s OSS 117: Cairo, Nest Of Spies and Lost In Rio were both directed by Michel Hazanavicius, who first worked with Dujardin in The Artist which earned both of them Academy Awards.
The third film is instead directed by Nicolas Bedos, whose 2019 film La Belle Époque earned him a nomination for Best Director at the César Awards.
Espionage: OSS 117: From Africa With Love is the third film in the OSS 117 franchise, French parodic spy adventures starring The Artist’s Jean Dujardin (pictured) in the lead role of Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath
Jury President Spike Lee accidentally revealed the winner of the prestigious Palme d’Or before the rest of the awards during the closing ceremony.
The Do The Right Thing director, 64, mistakenly announced early that Titane had won the top prize after appearing to misunderstand being asked ‘which prize is the first prize’ as who was the ‘first prize winner’.
Titane is directed by Julia Ducournau, and the prize marks only the second time a female director has been given the award in the festival’s 74-year history.