In the name of fashion, Eva Longoria and Salma Hayek got glam on Saturday.
No doubt, the brunette beauties stood out amongst the star-studded crowd at the Saint Laurent premiere during the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France.
And Eva, 39, seems to have found just what works for her body type.
Haute, haute, haute! Salma Hayek, left, dazzled in a magenta gown, as Eva Longoria, right, looked lovely in an angelic white dress, as the two attended the Saint Laurent premiere during the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France on Saturday
The Desperate Housewives actress hugged her shapely figure in a plunge, strapless mermaid gown similar to others she’s been wearing in recent days.
For an elegant touch, the angelic dress was adorned with pearl-like beads and trailed behind.
Since her piece was so busy, Eva sported minimal jewellery including sparkling earrings, a bangle and her red Kabbalah bracelet.
All eyes on me! Eva certainly captivated the crowd of photographers with her trailing gown
She’s got it down pat! The actress knew just how to pose to flatter her figure
Everything okay? Eva seemed to have dropped something on the red carpet as she made her rounds
Over here! Photographers certainly had to pine after the star’s attention to get a good snap
Her hair was also styled down in chic waves, as she wore a dramatic face of make-up and scarlet nail polish.
Meanwhile, Salma, 47, magnetised in a strapless magenta gown that tiered from the tie-waist down as she attended the premiere for the biography detailing the influence of the famous French designer, Yves Saint Laurent.
Her lipstick matched, sporting a pomegranate slick.
Where do I even look? Salma was equally a sight for sore eyes
Feeling the vibe: The actress sported a voluminous curly ‘do to match with the waterfront location of Cannes
Serious matter: Salma hekd up a sign reading ‘#Bring Back Our Girls’ as part of a campaign calling for the release of nearly 300 abducted Nigerian schoolgirls
All for one and one for all: The star was joined by directors (L-R) Tomm Moore, Joan Sfar, Paul Brizzi, Roger Allers, Joan C. Gratz, Gaetan Brizzi, Bill Plympton and the General Delegate of the Cannes Film Festival Thierry Fremaux (right)
And her thick tresses voluminously flowed in curls.
The Frida actress accessorised with a metallic snake cuff that was stood out as she joined the celebrity trend of holding a ‘#BringBackOurGirls’ sign whilst posing for pictures.
The sign supports the campaign to rescue nearly 300 schoolgirls who were kidnapped in Nigeria and are being held by Nigerian Islamic extremist group Boko Haram.
Fabulous in fringe: Freida Pinto dazzled in a feathered champagne gown
Leggy: Natasha Poly, left, showed skin in a see-through black gown, as Isabeli Fontana, right, displayed her lean limbs in a sleeveless, cut-out yellow dress with a thigh-high-slit
Glam gals: Later, Eva posed with the gorgeous (L-R) Tais Araujo, Freida, Natasha, Isabeli Fontana and Grazi Massafera at the premiere
No height envy here! Though Eva was the shortest, she still looked ever-so-confident
Simple Vs. Sassy: Sofia Coppola, left, donned a minimalistic all-black ensemble, as Frederique Bell, right showed her edgy side in eclectic pieces
She wasn’t the only one who opted to make a political statement.
French actress Julie Gayet was another star who held up a sign in support of the abducted girls.
Other stars to attend the Saint Laurent premiere included Freida Pinto, Natasha Poly, and Sofia Coppola.
Green goddess: Lea Seydoux looked lovely in an elegant emerald gown
Political: Julie Gayet, right and Lisa Azuelos, left, also held up a sign for the abducted girls
Picture perfect! Julie was caught sharing a moment with singer-songwriter Mika
Calling designers: Jean-Paul Gaultier, right, came to support Siant Laurent, arriving with French-US director Tonie Marshall
Grecian-inspired: Spanish actress Rossy de Palma sported a black one-shoulder dress
Suited up: Roman Polanski, left, and Michel Hazanavicius, right, were among other big names to grace the red carpet in spiffy formal wear
Pretty in pastel: French writer Frederic Beigbeder, left, came with his partner Lara, who was wearing a lacy light.