Diane Kruger shined at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday in a sparkly silver dress complete with a giant bow at the back.
The actress, 45, arrived on the red carpet for the closing ceremony of the iconic French movie event alongside her partner, the actor Norman Reedus, 53.
Her fitted, strapless gown – which also featured a long train – was by designer brand AMI Paris.
She finished off the glamorous look with her hair in a sleek bun, statement jewellery and silver heels, likewise with bow detailing.
The simple silhouette reflected the ensembles of other stars who have attended this year's Cannes – including Carla Bruni's sparkly lilac slip dress and Anne Hathaway's white frock featuring voluminous sleeves.
Earlier this week, Kruger attended another Cannes event in a striking layered red gown, featuring a high neckline.
In a post on Instagram, the mother-of-one said that it was "wonderful" to be there to celebrate 75 years of the film festival.
On Saturday, the coveted Palme d'Or award was given to the film Triangle of Sadness.
Last month, Kruger – who has been with Reedus since 2016 – revealed that becoming a mother to their three-year-old daughter Nova had changed her approach to Hollywood's gender pay gap.
The star said she was now more selective about roles, and would swiftly turn down "disrespectful" monetary offers.
Speaking to The Sunday Times' Style magazine, she said: "If someone doesn’t want to pay a certain amount, or it feels like they’re being disrespectful about that, I just won’t do it.
"I don’t have the will to fight about those things."
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