Uma Thurman wows in a pink Versace gown at the Cannes Opening Gala

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Uma Thurman stepped out looking impeccably elegant as she arrived on the red carpet for the Cannes Opening Gala on Wednesday evening. Dressed in an Atelier Versace Fall 2016 Couture gown, the 47-year-old actress channelled old Hollywood glamour and did so with ease.


Uma Thurman looked stunning

Uma Thurman looked incredible at the Cannes Opening Gala

Cut with a Bardot-inspired neckline, the pale pink number featured a thigh-high slit that showcased Uma’s incredible legs. In terms of accessories she chose a pair of towering metallic sandals and a few pieces of beautiful jewellery. She held a number of white and pink daisies in her hand.

Uma wore her shoulder-length blonde hair to one side, adding drama to her look and drawing attention to the dazzling diamonds hung around her neck. The actress enhanced her alabaster complexion with a touch of soft pink blush, her eyes were rimmed with a grey liner and her nails were painted with a nude-toned polish. Black mascara and a muted pink lipstick completed her head-turning look.

Uma Thurman kept things simple when it came to her beauty look

Uma swept her blonde hair to one side to showcase her diamond necklace

The Kill Bill actress worked an all-black get-up to the 5th Annual IWC Schaffhausen Tribeca Film Festival ‘For The Love of Cinema’ Gala in New York last month. A tailored blazer and midi skirt combo made for an ultra-sophisticated ensemble and her ribbon-tied stilettos upped the ante just enough.

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