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Rosario Dawson goes risqué

Published 23/05/2014

Rosario Dawson
Rosario Dawson

Rosario Dawson dazzled in a daring dress at amfAR’s 21st Cinema Against AIDS Gala in Cannes last night.

The 35-year-old actress pulled off the risqué dress by Vionnet - which featured a low V-neck covered in mesh material - perfectly as she posed for photographers, also showing off the cut-out back. Although it was revealing, the navy gown's flap cap sleeves and floor-length gave it a classier feel.

It wasn't just her dress which turned heads, though. Rosario also debuted her shaven-head style at the event in Cannes, rocking a full head of hair on the right side of her head while the left was dramatically shorter.

Dita Von Teese went for slinky black dress with a rose pattern, which she completed with a matching sheer cardigan over the top. A belt highlighted her petite waist and the burlesque beauty clutched a small bejewelled Christian Louboutin bag to accessorise.

Her look was completed by a spot of her iconic red lipstick, which matched her nails, and Chopard jewellery.

Jessica Chastain and Nicole Scherzinger both opted for black ensembles, with the former wearing a stunning corset-top ballgown style dress and the singer setting tongues wagging in a figure-hugging mermaid number.

Nicole's beau, Formula 1 ace Lewis Hamilton, also dressed to impress in a red suit jacket and black bowtie.

Australian singing sensation Kylie Minogue went for a pretty silk dress by Juan Carlos Obando. The dust pink maxi gown had a daringly low neckline, fastened by a halter-neck strap. She matched her lipstick to the pale colour and wore her honey-blonde hair down and curly, reminiscent of the '80s.

The Good Wife actress Jess Weixler looked stunning in a baby blue gown by Honor. The tulle number had a delicate flower appliqué neckline and her sparkling earrings gave a glamorous touch.

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