GLAMOROUS stars showcased their style prowess on the red carpet of The Hidden Life premiere at Cannes Film Festival on Sunday.
However, some celebs showcased more than others.
Vietnamese model Ngoc Trinh left VERY little to the imagination in her barely there black gown on Sunday night.
She arrived at the Palais du Festival in a sheer lace bodice with beaded detailing which exposed her nipples to spectators.
The 29-year-old didn’t stop there. The g-string bodice featured a sheer beaded train at the front and the back which barely covered her bottom.
She accessorised with a pair of sky-high black glittered heels which elongated her already towering legs.
Trinh is one of Vietnam’s most recognised models and fashion designers known for her self-titled line Ngoc Trinh. In 2005, she was named Photogenic Supermodel Vietnam.
Brimming with confidence, she posed on the famous carpeted steps of the Palais du Festival giving the cameras a prime view of her risqué outfit.
But she wasn’t the only star to opt for a daring ensemble with plenty of style statements made on the red carpet last night.
Fashion and lifestyle journalist Angelina Kali gave crowds a full view of her pants with her see-through blue gown at the premiere.
Meanwhile, there was no missing Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai who stunned in a full-length fitted gold gown.
Former Made In Chelsea star Kimberley Garner opted for a classic cream gown with a daring thigh high split for her Cannes red carpet appearance.
Meanwhile Indian model Diana Penty stole the show in a glistening dove grey ball gown embellished with thousands of sequins and ostrich feathers.
How To Get Away With Murder’s Aja Naomi King stunned in a coral gown at the 72nd annual film festival, even giving the cameras a twirl.
Victoria’s Secret angel Elsa Hosk was worthy of her angelic status in a plunging pastel ball gown and braided blonde locks.
And Bollywood actress Huma Qureshi was hard to miss in her heavily structured grey ball gown featuring layers of swathed fabric.
THE Cannes Film Festival 2019 has commenced, with 18 films battling it out to scoop the prestigious Palme d’Or award, and the biggest names in Hollywood attending.
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The festival was founded in 1946 and is held at the Palais des Festivals et des Congres and in 2017 the Cannes Film Festival celebrated its 70th anniversary.
A full list of scheduled films can be found on the official website, though some are kept under embargo until their premiere.
For more information about the Cannes Film Festival, check out our guide here.
And you can look back at some of the other glamorous red carpet appearances from earlier on in the week.