Jessica Chastain stifles a yawn as she makes exhausted arrival at the airport following glamorous night out in Paris
She made a glamorous appearance at the star-studded Piaget launch the previous evening.
And Jessica Chastain proved to have made the most of her night out, as she was spotted making a tired arrival at the airport in Paris on Tuesday.
The Oscar nominee, 41, was seen attempting to stifle a yawn as she made her way through the terminal at Roissy Charles de Gaulle, in a typically chic ensemble.
Big night out? Jessica Chastain was spotted making a tired arrival at the airport in Paris on Tuesday
Not so fresh: The actress had made a glamorous appearance at the star-studded Piaget launch the previous evening
The redhead cut a fatigued figure as she arrived at the airport for an undoubtedly long journey home.
Despite her late night, the Molly's Game star slipped into a stylish blue shirt dress, layered beneath a sleek camel trench coat.
She kept comfortable for her flight in chunky black heels, but maintained her usually glamorous appearance in dark, oversized sunglasses.
Exhausted: The redhead cut a fatigued figure as she arrived at the airport for an undoubtedly long journey home
Stylish: Despite her late night, the Molly's Game star slipped into a stylish blue shirt dress, layered beneath a sleek camel trench coat
Au naturale: Leaving her hair in its everyday style and opting for minimal make-up, the California native proved her striking beauty to all as she wearily checked in for her flight
Leaving her hair in its everyday style and opting for minimal make-up, the California native proved her striking natural beauty to all as she wearily checked in for her flight.
It is no wonder Jessica was tied at the airport - having enjoyed a glamorous night out at the Piaget launch event in the capital on Monday.
The actress flaunted her enviable figure in a sensational royal blue couture gown as she helped usher in the new jewellery collection at the Palais D'iena.
Leading lady: It is no wonder Jessica was tied at the airport - having enjoyed a glamorous night out at the Piaget launch event in the capital on Monday
Daring to impress, the beauty teased at her cleavage in the dress - which boasted an eye-catching plunging neckline.
Keeping all eyes on her shimmering gown, the Zero Dark Thirty star left her hair in loose waves and opted for a subtle smoky eye and pink lip.
Jessica has been the face of Woman by Ralph Lauren since its launch in July 2017 band has said the fragrance 'fits in quite well with [her] entire ideology'.
Beauty: The 41-year-old beauty flaunted her enviable figure in a sensational royal blue couture gown to help usher in the new jewelry collection at the Palais D'iena
Flawless: Her alabaster skin was highlighted gorgeously as the bright blue fabric allowed for a striking contrast
Now she is using her work with the brand to support the Lead Like A Woman campaign to encourage conversations about the gender pay gap between men and women.
Speaking to PeopleStyle, she said: 'What I'm excited about is that this will focus on empowering women, and shine a light on inequality in all industries.
'It's OK to talk about your salary - you don't have to just be grateful that you have a job. And I would just suggest we work together to share as much as we can with our sisters. Knowledge is power.'
Jessica thinks the fragrance itself is 'really special' because it 'breaks gender stereotypes' and makes her feel powerful.
Hair story: Her trademark ginger tresses were left long and loose as they cascaded over her petite shoulders
Glam gal: Jessica left the bash in her glamorous look
Gracious: Jessica signed autographs for her adoring fans
Ample: The gorgeous gown sparkled as her ample assets were on full display
Having a laugh: She couldn't contain her giggles as she left the bash
Fashion friends: Jessica was joined by model Coco Rocha
'The fragrance celebrates breaking stereotypes and creating new paths of fulfilment and success. Living in a time when gender boundaries are being redefined and blurred, this empowers that.
'Society has stereotyped masculine scents and feminine scents, but when I wear this [woody floral] combination, there's this feeling of not being confined to any old-fashioned history for my gender.'
Although the red carpet regular had to 'use a lot of makeup' when she was a young star, she now follows a minimal approach to beauty and focuses on being 'kind and compassionate'.
She explained: 'Beauty is not defined by appearance. Makeup can be fun and powerful and striking, but it is not the definition of beauty. I find that beauty is kindness and empathy, and compassion and happiness. To be truly beautiful comes from that light that's in each of us.'
Model behaviour: Coco looked incredible in a black ballgown with tulle detailing
Style savvy: She accessorised the gown with a glittering diamond and emerald necklace
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