She was the centre of attention as she partied on Tuesday evening.
And once again all eyes were on Cara Delevingne as she headed up the models attending The Search premiere during the 67th Cannes Film Festival.
Making sure she stood out amongst her fellow fashionistas she wore a short frock, while Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Lara Stone, Irina Shayk and Barbara Palvin all opted for long gowns.
All eyes on her: Cara Delevingne wow a the premiere of The Search in Cannes on Wednesday evening
White hot: Lara Stone (R) and Barbara Palvin looked incredible on the red carpet
Model mayhem: Rosie Huntington-Whitelely and Irina Shayk (R) opted for vastly different red carpet looks
Cara, who was seen enjoying lunch with model friend Aymeline Valade, earlier in the day made a quick change for the red carpet.
The 21-year-old looked sensational in strapless gold dress which caught the light as she strutted down the red carpet.
Fellow British model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley went for a longer option wearing a blue/ grey strapless gown, which was covered in sequins.
Hanging out: Cara draped herself around Fawaz Gruosi on the red carpet
In the detail: The model wore a pair of fanned black and white earrings which matched her Chanel clutch bag
Windy: Cara’s hair blew seductively behind her as she strutted her stuff
Looking incredibly glamorous she wore her hair styled in waves to one side of her neck, with chandelier earrings on show.
Lara Stone, who is married to David Walliams, also turned heads looking inspired by a Barbie doll wearing a hot pink dress with an symmetrical strap.
Her blonde hair was full of flowing hair extensions that added to her radiant red carpet look.
Black and gold: Sharon Stone wore an interesting black dress with a pair of gold slip on heels
A shinning example: Rosie looked stunning in a strapless blue/ grey dress embroidered with sequins
She’s well trained: Aishwarya Rai wore yet another eye-catching design for the premiere
Pink and white: Lara looked Barbie like in pink while Barbara was elegant in white (R)
She was joined by Barbara Palvin who wore a white gown with a slight fishtail detail that looked amazing in contrast to Lara’s dress.
Not everyone got it right though- in particular Irina Shayk who opted for a bizarre choice – a yellow hooded dress with a dramatic thigh high split.
Another star who didn’t quite hit the mark was Sharon Stone, who wore a black minidress which was low-cut with string ties.
Nice to see you: Barbara and Lara were seen greeting each other on the carpet
Hoods up: Irina wore a slightly bizarre dress which featured head scarf and a thigh high split
With her hair pushed off her face and large shades on, she looked more like Brigiette Nielsen than a Hollywood movie star.
The film stars Berenice Bejo and sees her reunite with the director of The Artist, Michel Hazanavicius, in the follow up to his Oscar-winning silent movie.
A remake of Fred Zinneman’s 1948 film is set in the Second Chechen war and recounts, on a human scale, a powerful story of conflict told through four lives that will be brought together by a shocking twist of fate.
After his parents are killed in their village, a small boy flees, joining the flood of refugees where he meets Carole, a European Union delegation head and little by little, with her help, he will return to life.
At the same time, his elder sister Raïssa searches tirelessly for him amongst the civilian exodus.
Then there’s 20-year-old Kolia, a recent Russian Army recruit who gradually becomes overwhelmed by the daily life of wartime.