Celebrities stepped out for the Kering Women in Motion Awards on Sunday.
Stars like Salma Hayek and Michelle Yeoh wore all-black looks that brought drama to the red carpet.
Models Eva Herzigová and Anok Yai chose black outfits with textures like sparkles and sheer fabric.
The "Everything Everywhere All at Once" looked nearly royal in a sparkling black dress with a structured neckline, complemented by a chunky diamond necklace featuring vivid green stones.
Yeoh balanced the look with white, opera-length gloves contrasting her dramatic dress. She also wore a large green ring and satin shoes — which she used to dance with Brie Larson later in the evening.
Hayek's long-sleeved black gown was brought to life by loads of sparkle, which added texture to her overall look.
The actress, who walked the red carpet with her husband and Kering CEO François-Henri Pinault, also added green accents with her jewelry. She paired the look with a simple black clutch bag and a hefty ring.
The model wore a strapless gown with draped sleeves that gave her an air of old Hollywood glamour.
Like Yeoh and Hayek, Huntington-Whitely packed on the diamond jewelry and even brought a pair of sunglasses to the red carpet.
Chung stood out in a clean, tailored tuxedo featuring black trousers with a satin stripe up the sides. She wore her jacket open to reveal a crisp white shirt with a plunging neckline, giving her outfit a more relaxed feel.
The model and designer chose a diamond choker, cherry red lipstick, and slicked-back hair to complete the ensemble.
The model and former first lady of France opted for a slinky metallic dress with a tuxedo jacket draped over her shoulders.
Bruni followed what could have been another theme on the red carpet: just add diamonds, this time in the form of a choker and a pinky ring.
The "Emily in Paris" actress wore an elegant, one-shoulder gown with draping across the neckline. Her dress also featured diamond accents at the shoulder, which she matched with sparkling earrings in the shape of flowers.
The model shined in a one-shoulder gown, highlighted by tons of ruching and an asymmetrical hemline. The train sprouting from the side of dress added drama and shine — as did the flapper-style bob she wore with it.
Ceretti served gothic glamour in a full-length gown, which appeared to be made of lace and crystals, and featured a small train. The model's slicked-back hair gave way to dramatic shoulders, adding volume to the ensemble.
The Czech model and actress was one of the only people to wear sheer fabrics on the carpet, and she did it in style. The off-the-shoulder silhouette and dark shades helped the outfit feel effortless.
Huppert's cool-girl look was defined by her satiny suit, which she wore over a black turtleneck. The French actress's suit jacket's collar stood tall to create an intriguing silhouette.
She wore the suit with diamond drop earrings in the shape of hearts.
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