Fast becoming a permanent fixture on the Cannes 2013 red carpet, Carey Mulligan played it safe again in monochrome Vionnet at the premiere of the Coen brothers’ new film, Inside Llewyn Davis. But what we really want to know is what co-star Justin Timberlake has just said that’s so funny. (Rex Features)
Meanwhile, Timberlake’s wife Jessica Biel posed on the red carpet in Marchesa, accessorised with a heavy silver serpent necklace coiled around her neck. (Rex Features)
Star of The Artist, Berenice Bejo dared to be different at the premiere for her new film, The Past (Le Passé), in a belted blue tuxedo jacket and frilly ball gown, both by Alexis Mabille Couture. (Rex Features)
Divine in Dior
Unexpectedly, as the face of Miss Dior, Silver Linings Playbook star Jennifer Lawrence showed up in a simple but sexy Dior twill bustier and Jimmy Choo shoes at the premiere for Benicio del Toro’s film, Jimmy P (Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian). (Rex Features)
Because you’re worth it...
The ambassadors for L’Oreal were out in force at Cannes, with the UK's Cheryl Cole looking stunning in a maroon Zuhair Murad frock. (Rex Features)
A clean sweep
Also representing L’Oreal, and echoing Cole in her sartorial choices, Eva Longoria appeared at the premiere of The Past in a gold Zuhair Murad Couture gown with a sweeping train. (Rex Features)
A fine vintage
At 75, Jane Fonda proved that glamour needn’t fade with age, wearing a striking turquoise Atelier Versace dress embellished with crystals. She accessorised with a Versace clutch, Jimmy Choo heels and Chopard jewels. (Rex Features)
Back in black
On a more directional note, Kirsten Dunst opted for a flowing black number by London fashion week designer Michael van der Hamm. (Rex Features)
Nicole Kidman put on a show of embraces with husband Keith Urban wearing a colourful print dress by one of her favourite designers, L’Wren Scott, paired with Manolo Blahnik shoes. (Rex Features)
You missed a bit!
While over on the more eccentric end of the fashion scale, Paz Vega attended the Jimmy P (Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian) premiere in a feathery white Stéphane Rolland gown which appeared to have the middle chopped out. Well, in fashion, anything goes...(Rex Features)
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