Mad about the girls! Christina Hendricks and January Jones steal the show at charity dinner
15:11 GMT, 27 October 2012
They are two of the most glamorous women in showbusiness.
So it should come as little surprise that Mad Men stars Christina Hendricks and January Jones stole the show at a charity dinner in Beverly Hills.
The pair looked stunning at the Peace Over Violence Humanitarian Awards Dinner on Friday.
Star of the show: Christina Hendricks stole the show at the 41st Annual Peace Over Violence Humanitarian Award in Beverly Hills
And it was appropriate too, as the hit AMC show was being honoured at the star-studded event.
Flame haired Christina, 37, looked her usual stunning self in a curve-hugging green dress, which she paired with gold shoes.
And X-Men: First Class star January looked equally as good in a black floral patterned dress.
Red alert: The flame-haired Mad Men star looked as stunning as ever in the flattering green outfit
The green lantern: Christina showed a lot of front as she posed for photographs in her emerald dress
Rearly impressive: It is hard to believe January Jones had a child just a year ago given her fabulous physique
Million dollar smile: January showed off the grin that has made her so popular
The 34-year-old, who plays Don Draper's ex-wife Betty in the show, showed off her fabulous figure in the eye-catching fitted dress.
But they were not the only members of the cast too show up however.
For Rich Sommer, who plays Harry Crane, looked surprisingly dapper in a black suit and tie combo.
And Elisabeth Moss, who stars as secretary turned copywriter Peggy Olson, was also there representing the show.
Leading ladies: (L-R) Christina Hendricks, January Jones and Elisabeth all cut picture perfect figures at the event
Mad Man: Fellow cast member Rich Sommer was also delighted to attend the event with his partner
Slim pickings: Famously slender Calista Flockhart and iconic actress Bo Derek were also at the dinner
Dynamic duo: Actress Frances Fisher was there with reality television personality daughter Francesca Eastwood
A host of other big names were also there, including actress Frances Fisher and her Francesca Eastwood.
And Ally McBeal favourite Calista Flockheart made a rare solo appearance, opting to leave her A-lister husband Harrison Ford at home.
The Annual Humanitarian Awards is the charity's biggest fundraiser of the year.
As well as honouring Mad Men, gongs were also given to The Invisible War, The Allstate Foundation, LA City Councilmember Tony Cardenas and 1in6.
Peace Over Violence was established in 1971 by pioneering feminist activists, and is a sexual and domestic violence, stalking, child abuse and youth violence prevention centre headquartered in Los Angeles and dedicated to building healthy relationships, families and communities free from sexual, domestic and interpersonal violence.
Yet another star of the show: Mad Men star Elisabeth Moss lit up the carpet as did Ana Alexander
Hell bent for leather: Serinda Swan managed to trouser plenty of attention thanks to this ensemble
Pulling a rabbit from the hat: Actress Rebecca Da Costa and Playboy bunny Ariane Bellamar looked great