The 55-year-old wowed in a black floor-length gown at the opening ceremony of the 13th Marrakesh International Film Festival in Morocco yesterday (Nov. 29) where director Martin Scorsese presented her with an award. ” What is the definition of stardom, not fame, but true stardom? ” Scorsese asked the audience, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “Sharon is brilliant, extremely talented, fearless, charming, funny and absolutely wild, and she’s a true star. When she walks in a room the energy changes,” he said.
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The competition starts now! Naomi Campbell wows in Grecian-style burgundy gown with draped train at launch of The Face Australia
The star’s dress clung in all the right places while featuring a cowl-necked design Fellow coach, Nicole visit website Trunfio opted for a much brighter colour and Hollywood-glamour hair do as she attended the event. The 27-year-old Italian/Australian looked sensational in the yellow number, which featured delicate short-sleeves and voluminous back detail. While Cheyenne Tozzie, 25, looked every-inch the princess in a powder-blue gown, which gathered around her ankles as she posed. The former face of Mambo Goddess showed a little more cleavage than the other stars, while photographer Georges Antoni helped her arrange her outfit.
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Inaugural gown is the main attraction
“First Lady Pink” soon became a popular color choice for ladies of the decade. While Eisenhower was quintessential 1950s, Jacqueline Kennedy went signature ’60s with a gown by Ethel Frankau of Bergdorf Custom Salon. Frankau, who based the gown on descriptions and consultations with Mrs. Kennedy, created a slim, straight silhouette.
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