Red Carpet Wrap: Johnny Depp

* At the UK premiere of The Lone Ranger, Johnny Depp rocked his trademark tinted glasses and jewellery but tried to sharpen his look up with a blue, three-piece Tom Ford suit.

Despite the suave suit, Johnny still looks scruffy with pants that are too long and shoes in need of a polish!

He even has chipped pink nail varnish on.

* Actress Cate Blanchett is famous for pushing the fashion envelope with highly unusual outfits. And here she proves she can wear anything and still look good. The 44-year-old donned an unusual pink tasselled skirt and space-age top by Balenciaga to the premiere of Woody Allen’s new film Blue Jasmine at the Museum Of Modern Art.

* Jessica Chastain can do no wrong. At the 2013 Giffoni Film Festival on Sunday in Italy she wowed onlookers in a simple, yet glamorous Dolce & Gabbana strapless macramé dress with a scalloped neckline. No need for jewels, just a slick of red lipstick and silver Louboutin strappy sandals.

* Dame Helen Mirren shimmered and sparkled her way down the red carpet for the London premiere of her movie RED 2. Possibly inspired by the title, the British actress wore a ruby red knee-length crystal embellished dress by Jenny Packham. She finished the look off with a cream clutch, nude pumps, a beautiful fan and jewels.


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