Salma Hayek, 56, looked incredible at the 76th annual Cannes Film Festival in a plum Alexander McQueen floor-length gown that featured a plunging neckline and ruffled sleeves.
The figure-hugging number also featured ruffles around her knees, with the Hollywood star completing the look with a bold diamond necklace and bracelet.
Irina Shayk also chose a plunging, floor-length dress by haute couture label Giorgio Armani Privé with a full skirt in crinoline, mesh and dotted tulle.
The supermodel, who was accompanied by her close friend Riccardo Tisci, posed up a storm on the red carpet, with her hair slicked to the side in a 1920s-inspired hairdo.
Naomi Campbell also made a stellar appearance in a bright red dress that featured multiple cutouts that put her incredible figure on display.
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The model took to the red carpet wearing a light pink cape over her shoulders and flaunting her long locks, which were styled into loose waves in a side part for the occasion.
The stellar appearances come as Johnny Depp returned to the spotlight at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival, as he attended the premiere of his new movie, Jeanne du Barry.
This marks Depp’s first new film since his very public trial last year with his ex-wife Amber Heard.
The defamation trial began over a 2018 op-ed Heard wrote about domestic abuse allegations, with Depp claiming he had lost work because of it, despite it not mentioning him by name.
Both Depp and Heard accused each other of physical and verbal abuse, with a civil jury awarding Depp $10 million in damages and $2 million to Heard.
Depp looked sharp in an elegant tuxedo, consisting of a double-breasted jacket, layered over a white shirt.
He slicked his brunette tresses back into a ponytail and sported a variety of silver rings and dangly earrings for the prestigious event.
Depp stopped to sign autographs and pose for selfies with fans before making it to the red carpet.
In Jeanne Du Barry, Depp plays King Louis XV opposite director Maïwenn.