Cate Blanchett was the epitome of elegance on Friday evening as she turned heads on the Zone Of Interest red carpet at the 76th annual Cannes Film Festival.
The Academy Award-winning actress, 54, brought her Hollywood glamour to France in a black-and-white Louis Vuitton dress, with a cape flowing out behind her.
She opted for typically subtle make-up including light blush and a rosy lip, while her platinum tresses were neatly pulled back into a bun.
Her unique ensemble stood out with two sequined silver pockets, allowing her to rest her hands, while a belted waist emphasised her slim frame.
Meanwhile a small slit up the side of her dress added some practical movement while also remaining stylish.
She was joined by other A-listers including Natalie Portman, who dazzled in a strapless and glittering ombré Chopard Christian Dior dress.
The Star Wars alum, 41, showed off her taut visage and enviable collarbones in the classy ensemble as she led the stars arriving on the red carpet.
As her dress was strapless, Natalie chose to accessorise with a tear-drop style choker necklace to further emphasise her slender neck.
Stunning: Cate Blanchett, 54, was the epitome of elegance in a black-and-white dress with an eye-catching cape flowing behind her at the Zone Of Interest premiere in Cannes on Friday
Strutting her stuff: Cate turned heads as her gorgeous gown boasted glittery pockets and an elegant slit up the side
Glittering company: Meanwhile Natalie Portman dazzled in a strapless ombre-dress, which hugged her incredible figure
Glorious: Natalie looked ethereal in her blue gown, as wisps of gauze fabric flowed behind her while the glittering main dress made her the star of the show
Next in line was The End Of The F***ing World star Naomi Ackie, 31, who was flawless in Valentino FW23 RTW.
The all-white floaty gown gave her an ethereal look as it was held up merely by a collar in a dress and shirt combination.
Fashion model Carla Bruni, 55, was also present at the glitzy event, choosing a silver mini dress with a sparkling bodice and a metallic skirt with a train.
She put on a very leggy display in the short ensemble, which exposed her toned limbs and added inches to her frame with silver heels.
She radiated beauty as she posed for the cameras but did appear to get caught in her skirt as she attempted to climb the steps.
Belgian beauty Rose Bertram, 28, added a sultry display to the mix in a very racy wrap-around black gown, which left little to the imagination.
She turned up the heat with a diamond cut-out, displaying a glimpse of her faultless midriff, while a large split down the side revealed one of her chiselled pins.
Glowing: Next in line was The End Of The F***ing World star Naomi Ackie, 31, who was flawless in Valentino FW23 RTW
Glamorous: Naomi’s gown was a shirt and dress combination – held up only by a statement white collar looped around her neck
Age-defying: Both Cate and Natalie put on a youthful display and showed off their taut visages at the premiere
Her blonde locks were combed back and given a ‘wet’ look for a beachy feel, despite her presence on the red carpet.
As she turned, she revealed a criss-cross pattern over her back, which exposed more of her tanned and smooth skin.
The Zone Of Interest, which premiered for the first time on Friday at Cannes, is directed by Jonathan Glazer and is loosely based on the 2014 novel by Martin Amis.
The synopsis reads: ‘An Auschwitz commandant and his wife strive to build a good life for their small family in a pavilion with a garden not far from the camp.
‘When a mutation comes to threaten everything they have built, his wife refuses to leave the house of their dreams.’
It stars Sandra Hüller, Christian Friedel and Ralph Herforth.
Striking a pose: Fashion model Carla Bruni, 55, was also present at the glitzy event, choosing a silver mini dress with a sparkling bodice and a metallic skirt with a train
Wow: The singer put on a very leggy display in the tiny number, exposing her toned limbs, which she emphasised with a pair of silver heels
Hollywood glamour: Australian actress Cate, who recently played conductor Lydia Tár, made sure all eyes were on her
Oops! Carla appeared to get caught in her skirt as she attempted to climb the stairs at the film premiere
Proud moment: Director Jonathan Glazer and Christian Friedel were present for the worldwide premiere of their film