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Taking the plunge: Diane and Jada show off decolletage
She has been showing off an array of ethereal princess looks as she carries out her official duties in Cannes.
But jury member Diane Kruger went for va-va-voom ramped up the sex factor in Cannes on Thursday as she flaunted her decolletage in a coral gown that featured a low neckline.
The fashion icon, who was flanked by partner Joshua Jackson, drew more attention to her curves with her hair swept back into a chignon.
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But the 35-year-old had competition in the sexiness stakes at the Calvin Klein Collection-sponsored Women In Film celebration.
Dutch model Lara Stone, currently the brand's go-to girl, wore a spaghetti-strapped silver gown that showed off her voluptuous figure as she kissed husband David Walliams.
The Brit funnyman and his gorgeous wife mingled with the stars, including Friends actor David Schwimmer as they worked the room.
And actress Naomi Watts was pretty in a floor-length nude gown with a deep cut V.
Will Smith’s wife Jada Pinkett-Smith, meanwhile, bared inches of chest with a plunging neckline that reached almost to the navel.
The metallic blue dress boasted spiked shoulder pads that wouldn’t have looked out of place on the famously quirky Lady Gaga.
Australian actress Melissa George attended the swanky do in a sheer black gown that showed off her black lacy bra.
She was accompanied by her new French boyfriend Jean David at Villa St George.
Other famous faces that had turned out were 90210 star Shailene Woodley and The Help actress Jessica Chastain.
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