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AP Photos: Glamour is ageless at Cannes
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Jane Fonda gave the 65th Annual Cannes Film Festival one of its best looks on Thursday in a stretch, form-fitting, two-tone gown by Stella McCartney.
The graphic black-and-white combo created a long, lean silhouette _ from the round neckline to the floor-length hem _ on the 74-year-old star.
Fonda posed ahead of the screening of “Rust and Bone” with Freida Pinto, who made a bold choice of her own: a neon-green, sheer-lace gown dusted in Swarovski crystals and with gold-wave detailing at the waist by Atelier Versace.
Also on the red carpet was Eva Longoria in Emilio Pucci. It was a white gown with a plunging neckline and sheer geometric inserts.
“By pairing a dramatic, glamorous gown with undone but sleek and sensual hair and makeup her look feels modern and `now,’” Stephenson said.
While Longoria left her hair long, Marion Cotillard pulled hers into an oversized bun with a jeweled band. She wore a Dior Haute Couture strapless gown with a black belted bustier and a navy tulle skirt. For the more casual photo call earlier in the day, Cotillard wore a gold-belted Dior dress of taupe chiffon with sequins.
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