Pretty in pink! Jessica Chastain wows in fabulous fuchsia at star-studded Martin Scorsese party
Everyone needs a bit of preparation before the biggest night of the movie calendar.
And Jessica Chastain got in a dry run before Sunday's main event at Vanity Fair's party honouring Martin Scorsese.
The Help star looked pretty in pink as she attended the star-studded event in Bel Air, Los Angeles tonight.
Think pink: Jessica Chastain took style tips from a famous panther before she attended Martin Scorsese's Vanity Fair party in Bel Air tonight
Jessica, 30, was seen having a giggle with Patricia Clarkson, who was nominated for an Oscar for her turn in 2003's Pieces of April.
Clarkson looked striking in a black knee-length number with shoulder cut out detail.
The master film-maker himself was the star of the show however, and he looked delighted to be attending with his wife Helen.
Luvvies united: Jessica looked overwhelmed to be in the company of fellow actress Patricia Clarkson
The man himself: Martin Scorsese looked delighted to be attending the event with his bespectacled wife Helen
Glamour girls: Kathleen Robertson wore lacy white, while Bond girl Olga Kurylenko stuck to black trousers and a coral pink top
His friend Sir Ben Kingsley also put in an appearance, which will come as no surprise to fans of Hugo, as he was one of the films stars.
The likes of Teeth star Jessica Weixler, The Sopranos favourite Lorraine Bracco and Bond girl Olga Kurylenko also attended the popular party.
Olga looked sophisticated in black trousers and a coral pink top with black heels.
Keeping up appearances: Teeth star Jessica Weixler and Patricia Clarkson also wore tasteful dresses
Having a Ghander: Oscar-winner Ben Kingsley also put in an appearance with his wife Daniela Lavender
Hollywoodland star Kathleen Robertson, Six Feet Under actress Frances Conroy were also in attendance to pay tribute to the popular director.
No doubt Martin will be hoping his party is a good luck sign for Sunday's awards ceremony.
film about a young boy, magician Georges Mlis and the history of
early cinema is the most nominated film of this year's Oscars, with an
impressive 11 nominations.
Older generation: Six Feet Under's Frances Conroy and The Sopranos star Lorraine Bracco also attended