Doutzen Kroes dazzles in cut-out fringed gown as she joins glamorous fellow models Coco Rocha, Josephine Skriver and Karolina Kurkova at Once Upon A Time in Hollywood premiere in Cannes
- The film will be released in the US on July 26 2019 and the UK on August 14 2019
They are among the world's top supermodels, known for sporting the finest couture on runways around the globe.
And Doutzen Kroes Coco Rocha, Josephine Skriver and Karolina Kurkova dazzled as they led the models attending the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood premiere during the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday.
Dutch supermodel Doutzen, 34, looked incredible in a dramatic fringed white leopard print gown with eye-popping cut-outs which flashed her decolletage
Wow: Doutzen Kroes Coco Rocha, Josephine Skriver and Karolina Kurkova dazzled as they led the models attending the Once Upon A Time premiere during the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday
The stunning gown teased the star's cleavage and taut midriff, while cinching in at her slender waist.
Adding a touch of couture edge, the dress was overlaid with pearlescent shimmering tassels.
Her platinum tresses were pulled into a sleek chignon with vampy eye make-up and scarlet lipstick accentuated her beautiful features.
Work it: Dutch supermodel Doutzen, 34, looked incredible in a dramatic fringed white leopard print gown with eye-popping cut-outs which flashed her decolletage
Glitz: Canadian model Coco, 30, commanded attention with dramatic eye make-up and a semi-sheer bejewelled gown as she hit the red carpet
Sensational: Coco oozed 1920s chic with her stunning gown which she styled with swept back hair and drop earrings
Wow: Her brunette tresses were styled in slick vintage curls, swept back off her face while edgy black feline flicks of shadow accentuated her sparkling eyes
Canadian model Coco, 30, commanded attention with dramatic eye make-up and a semi-sheer bejewelled gown as she hit the red carpet.
The star's gown featured a nude tulle body with strategically placed crystals adorning the sleeves, decolletage and waist.
Flashing her underwear and lean legs, the garment flowed into a dramatic skirt adorned with silver sequins and jewels, which hugged her slender figure.
Her brunette tresses were styled in slick vintage curls, swept back off her face while edgy black feline flicks of shadow accentuated her sparkling eyes.
Leggy: VS Angel Josephine flashed her toned legs in a sparkling baby pink strapless gown with a soaring thigh split
Dazzle like Josephine in custom Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini
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Stars flocked to the red-carpet for the premiere of Once Upon A Time in Hollywood at Cannes Film Festival and leading the glamour was Josephine Skriver.
In fitting with the theme of the film premiere, Josephine channeled old-school Hollywood glamour in a glittering pink maxi dress by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini.
We love the chic strapless style, structured bodice and Swarovski crystal embellished material... if that's not the epitome of glamour, we don't know what is!
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VS Angel Josephine flashed her toned legs in a sparkling baby pink strapless gown with a soaring thigh split.
Teasing her ample cleavage in the low-cut gown, the star boosted her height with a pair of nude heels.
Josephine, 26, wore her caramel locks in a voluminised up with strands framing her face while a rich palette of make-up enhanced her beautiful features.
Glitter: Teasing her ample cleavage in the low-cut gown, the star boosted her height with a pair of nude heels
Karolina, 35, went for a Princess inspired gown in a vibrant fuchshia pink adorned with emerald silk brocade detail.
The strapless gown cinched in at her trim waist before flaring into a showstopping skirt.
Czech beauty Karolina oozed elegance in a chic updo paired with sparkling drop earrings.
Statement: Karolina, 35, went for a Princess inspired gown in a vibrant fuchshia pink adorned with emerald silk brocade detail
Happy couple: The star posed with her husband Archie Drury at the premiere
Vogue cover star Coco was without artist husband James Conran, who she married in June 2010.
In March 2015, the devout Jehovah's Witness gave birth to the couple's first daughter Loni James Conran.
In April of last year, Coco gave birth to their second daughter, Iver.
Josephine recently enjoyed a romantic break with fiancé Alexander DeLeon in Costa Rica, which saw them celebrate the hunk's 30th birthday.
Wow: Winnie Harlow flashed her lean legs in a striking scarlet gown
Siren; The star put on an extremely leggy display in the ruffled red gown
Work! Winnie, real name Chantelle, showed off her modelling prowess on the red carpet
Busty: The star flashed her cleavage through the semi-sheer fabric of the dress
The lovebirds got engaged in November last year during a romantic break in Finland where they ticked off Josephine's bucket list wish to see the Northern Lights.
Their star-studded paths first crossed in 2013.
While former Victoria's Secret Angel and Vogue cover star Karolina is married to actor and producer Archie Drury and they have two sons - Tobin, nine, and Noah, three.
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood sees Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt bring the golden age of Hollywood back to life. Playing Rick Dalton and his stunt double Cliff Booth, the actors revisit a simpler time in tinsel town as they transport us back to Los Angeles in 1969.
Being a Quentin Tarantino film, his ninth to be precise, the teaser promises plenty of Hollywood throwbacks and a behind the scenes glimpse at a Western film. The ensemble cast starts to emerge in a trailer released earlier this year, with Margot Robbie making her debut as 60s icon Sharon Tate.
Chic: Sara Sampaio wowed in a pastel orange feathered gown
Other stars in the film include Al Pacino, Emile Hirsch, Damian Lewis, Bruce Dern, Dakota Fanning, Austin Butler, Lena Dunham and Margaret Qualley. In the film, the actors seem to be linked to each other in one way or another.
Washed up Western star Dalton lives next door to Sharon Tate, one of Hollywood's greatest stars at the time. Martin Schwarz, played by Al Pacino, who is also Dalton’s agent, while Joanna Pettet, played by Rumer Willis, stars as a friend of Sharon Tate.
Mike Moh plays Bruce Lee in a fight scene with Rick Dalton. Brad and Leonardo play a double act, and they joked about 'carrying the load' for each other in an interview that opens the first trailer.
The movie is a character comedy/drama set in 1969 in Los Angeles, with multiple story lines paying tribute to what is widely known as Hollywood's 'golden age.'
PDA; The star posed with her boyfriend Oliver Ripley at the premiere
PDA; The model packed on the PDA with her hunky beau on the red carpet
Gent: Oliver chivalrously lifted his girlfriend's train as they walked the red carpet
The 2019 Cannes Film Festival takes place at the iconic Palais des Festivals from Tuesday until May 25.
Actress Elle Fanning, French graphic novelist Enki Bilal and the Oscar-nominated director of The Favourite, Yorgos Lanthimos, will be among jury members during the annual event.
Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu will preside over the panel that decides on prizes, including the top Palme D'Or award.
The jury for the festival's 72nd edition will also include Pawel Pawlikowski, the Polish filmmaker and screenwriter named best director at Cannes last year for the impossible love story Cold War.
Maimouna N'Diaye, who has directed documentaries and acted in films such as Otar Iosseliani's Chasing Butterflies will also sit on the panel, alongside two other female directors.
Off she goes: Josephine posed up a storm as she was pictured at the Martinez hotel earlier in the day
Kelly Reichardt, whose Wendy and Lucy starring Michelle Williams was a contender for Cannes' Un Certain Regard award in 2008, directed 2016's Certain Women.
Italy's Alicia Rohrwacher won best screenplay at Cannes last year for her film Happy as Lazzaro, a satirical fable about a peasant family.
French filmmaker Robin Campillo, who took Cannes by storm in 2017 with 120 BPM - Beats Per Minute, winning the Grand Prix for his movie about an AIDs activist, will complete the line-up.
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