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Cannes 2013: Festival fashion round-up

  • Snake charmer

    Sharon Stone stole the show at the 20th annual amfAR gala, in a white Roberto Cavalli number with a daringly low back, embellished with a gold snake. (Getty)

  • Stoned again

    At the premiere of Behind the Candelabra, Stone had made another show-stopping appearance on the red carpet, in beaded electric blue, by Cavalli. (Getty)

  • Bride should be so lucky

    Kylie made it a hat trick for Italian designer Cavalli - choosing this dramatic, almost bridal gown and Chopard ring for the premiere of Les Salauds (The Bastards). (Getty)

  • Cut it out

    Announced as the face of the fashion house’s fragrance, Manifesto, Jessica Chastain wore a ruby Saint Laurent gown with a cut out front and Bulgari jewellery. (Getty)

  • Feeling blue

    Kristin Scott Thomas looked elegant at the premiere for her new film, Only God Forgives, in a plunging electric blue Armani Privé dress. (Reuters)

  • Hi-ho silver!

    Audrey Tautou turned up at the amfAR gala in a cute, silver lace Lanvin dress with a tiered horse-hair hem and Lanvin clutch. (Reuters)

  • Overboard?

    Hawn put on the shades for her trip down the (blue) amfAR carpet. Perhaps her canary Halston Heritage dress was a little dazzling. (AFP)

  • What a Teese

    Burlesque star Dita von Teese was looking rather more demure in a black velvet Ulyana Sergeenko Couture gown. (AFP)

  • Second hand

    Jury member Nicole Kidman caused a stir in the fashion world at the Nebraska premiere, wearing a Valentino gown rumoured to have been Anne Hathaway’s original choice for this year’s Oscars. (Getty)

  • Pretty in pink

    Model Selita Ebanks had the wow factor at the amfAR event with the combination of a barely-there bodice and billowing lengths of pink tulle. (Reuters)

As the film festival nears its close, take a look at the stars’ glamorous gowns from the Cannes’ red carpet.