Dozens of stars hit the red carpet -- er, gray concrete floor -- Thursday night at amfAR's 2014 Cinema Against AIDS Gala at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d'Antibes, France.
Supermodels including Heidi Klum, Irina Shayk and Alessandra Ambrosio were came out in full-force; and movie stars including Rosario Dawson, Michelle Rodriguez and Jessica Chastain were also on hand.
Justin Bieber made an appearance in a tux with the sleeves rolled up to show off his tattoos. He's so cool.
The amfAR gala has been held annually since 1993 during the Cannes Film Festival and is one of the biggest events, generating over $100 million in its history to help the fight against AIDS.
The event's chairs include Bollywood movie star Aishwarya Rai, designer Kenneth Cole, actresses Milla Jovovich, Sharon Stone (who left her bra at home), and John Travolta (who had a ridiculous-looking 'soul patch' sort of thing going on under his chin) and wife Kelly Preston.
"Project Runway" hostess Klum and producer Harvey Weinstein are also on the board.
Aloe Blacc, Lana del Rey and Robin Thicke all performed at this year's event.
Last year the event raised almost $25 million through its live auction, which was topped by Thursday's gala, which raised a staggering $38 million thanks to its legendary auctoin.
This year items up for bidding included a trip into space with Leonardo DiCaprio, a private performance by British rockers Duran Duran and having legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz shoot a family portrait.
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