Sharon Stone wowed audiences at the Cannes Film Festival once again as she took to the red carpet in yet another sensational gown.
The actress stunned for the screening of Crimes of the Future in an emerald Dolce and Gabbana gown featuring an unconventional design.
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The ensemble sported Swarovski crystals sewn into the fabric, a green and black leopard-print mix that hugged her svelte frame.
The gown made her look absolutely statuesque, helped by the daring thigh-high split she rocked on the carpet as well. She topped it off with matching heels, sparkling diamond earrings, and a bare neck once again to show off the structured bodice and backless cut.
However, like her previous appearance at the 75th iteration of the festival, she wasn't alone, this time being joined by her goddaughter, model Helena Gatsby.
Helena looked equally as glamorous in a beautiful maroon gown with a huge train, covered in layers of tulle and paired with diamond jewelry.
Sharon stunned in an emerald Dolce and Gabbana leopard-print gown
The ensemble perfectly complemented the Basic Instinct star's statement on the Cannes red carpet earlier in the week in another Dolce and Gabbana fit.
Sharon's beautiful patterned gown featured an intricate, almost mosaic-like design that ran all the way across, as well as an overskirt creating a peplum train in white and blue.
She paired it with minimal jewelry, opting just for droplet earrings and avoiding a necklace to show off the bare neckline, topping it off with blue stiletto heels and her cropped blonde cut.
However, the star turned it up a notch when she decided to ditch her overskirt with the help of two models who accompanied her in smart suits.
The actress walked the carpet with her goddaughter Helena Gatsby
She was easily unbuttoned out of it and walked the rest of the carpet in just the gown, showing off her toned figure and the slit at the back of the dress.
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