Gallery: All the dresses from amfAR's Cannes gala

amfAR's 21t Cinema Against AIDS Gala at the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday bought a host of celebrities and gorgeous gowns.

by hellofashion.com /


Gorgeous gowns were the order of the day as a host of beautiful A-listers attended amfAR's 21st Cinema Against AIDS Gala at the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday.

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Lara Stone, Jourdan Dunn, and Coco Rocha

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judge and mentor Coco Rocha looked stunning and on-trend in a black-and-white stripe dress by  French fashion house IRFE. She accessorised with black cat eye make-up and a pop of orange lipstick.

Joining Coco were some of the world's hottest models including Lara Stone in Versace, Karlie Kloss in Chanel Couture, and Chanel Iman.

Bringing some colour to the carpet were Sharon Stone in a deep red gown with cut-out panels on the hips, Bar Refaeli in an orange-redone-shouldered gown, while Jourdan Dunn wowed the crowds in a mid-length Balmain sunshine yellow dress.

Former French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld looked stunning in a long-sleeved silver sequin gown which draped across the decolletage, while actresses Jessica Chastain and Marion Cotillard were also on hand to bring some glitz and glamour to the French Riviera. Jessica wore a black strapless ruched Givenchy gown while Marion wore a sleeveless, high neck white lacy gown with jewels from Chopard.

The world-renowned charity event has been held each year during the Cannes Film Festival since 1993 and is chaired by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein and supported by his production company The Weinstein Company.

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