Amber Heard captured Johnny Depp’s heart and she certainly melted a few more on Saturday night.
The Danish Girl star perhaps eclipsed even her Black Mass star husband as they attended the star-studded The Art Of Elysium 2016 HEAVEN Gala presented by Vivienne Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler in Culver City, California.
Amber was clothed in a silky blood-red gown with gathered detail around the bust and waist, but fit like a glove down the length of her figure until it flared out in a heavenly bunch of material to the floor.
Hearts afire: Amber Heard was a vision in red as she and husband Johnny Depp attended The Art Of Elysium gala in Culver City, CA on Saturday
The honey-haired beauty wore her hair loose and wavy, and honey-hued blush and lipstick and espresso-dark liner brought out her features.
Her husband was dapper on his own, owning a roguish goatee and blue-tinted shades to match his black three-piece suit, open white collared shirt and polished black shoes.
His usual myriad of amulets hung round his neck and his ears boasted silver hoops while a debonair red and black handkerchief peeked from his lapel.
Forever Amber: The 29-year-old actress certainly owned the red carpet in her crimson gown
Designer details: Amber’s gown featured gathered details around the best and waist before falling into a fit and flare skirt
Charming: Johnny greeted his gracious hostess and world-reknowned designer Vivienne Westwood
Johnny looked slimmer than he has been at other red carpet events, perhaps owing to his slicked back, gelled hairstyle.
Amber, who plays Alicia Vikander and Eddie Redmayne’s meddling friend in The Danish Girl, exuded confidence as she posed alone on the red carpet.
Johnny galantly stood the side to allow his wife her time in the spotlight before they continued inside the venue at 3LABS.
What a gem: Bella Thorne radiated beauty and grace in a dark purple pleated gown with belted waistline and low-cut decolletage
Belle of the ball: Minka Kelly was a virtual stunner in a blue strapless number with flowing train
Razzle dazzle: Kelly Rowland captured gazes with her coral and black patterned number
Patterned pretty: Amy Smart rocked a golden embossed dress while Christina Milian stayed on the fringe with her wild floral frock and wispy bangs
The celebrity roster was long and interesting, and included Paz Vega, Ashley Tisdale, Rumer Willis, Minka Kelly, Kelly Osbourne, Kelly Rowland, Jaime King, Amber Valletta, Ed Westwick, Jennifer Morrison and many, many more.
Spanglish star Paz Vega was lady of mystery in her ruffled black gown.
Ashley Tisdale raised the daring stakes in a sheer heavenly gown with heavy beading throughout the material.
Sheer and lovely: Amber Valletta and Ashley Tisdale opted for heavily beaded and diaphanous creations
Figure flattering: Rumer Willis poured her dance-honed figure into a black and ivory patterned gown with revealing neckline
White night: Kaley Cuoco emerged in public after announcing the passing of her pet dog Chester – one week after losing her family pooch too – and looked cool in a white jumpsuit with racy Zendaya
Orange appeal: Nikki Reed was bright and cheery in her orange cut-out number alongside husband Ian Somerhalder at the event
Not so mellow yellow: Jamie Chung delighed in her yellow gown alongside husband Bryan Greenberg
Rumer Willis looked utterly divine in an artsy black and ivory patterned number with very revealing neckline.
Kelly Osbourne was someone to watch in a blue and bronze and silver strapless number that brought back the holidays in a single look.
Kaley Cuoco looked ravishing in a low-cut white jumpsuit, one night after announcing the death of her pet pooch Chester – a week after losing the family dog.
‘It hasn’t been a great week for dogs so with a heavy heart I must tell you, sweet Chester (aka Chedder cheese) has passed away,’ the Big Bang Theory actress shared on Friday along with a picture of the small white dog.
Kelly Rowland, meanwhile, dazzled in a rosy-patterned number with revealing decolletage.
Jaime King took the high road in a navy blue gown with loose bodice and thigh-high split.
Amber Valletta was a bronze beauty in diaphonous creation that shimmered in unison with her sleek hair and golden heels.
Once Upon A Time star Jennifer Morrison was angelic in loosely fitting white gown.
Jamie-Lynn Sigler stood out in a risque twist-topped gown with long and overflowing hemline.
Ed Westwick stood out in a garish suit with dark red and blue and purple paneled design.
Christina Hendricks, who took a moment to pose with designer Vivienne Westwood, wore a garnet-coloured gown with gathered detail around the waistline.
The former Mad Men star was seen later exchanging chitchat with Jaime King.
Michelle Trachtenberg stunned in a black and splash-designed frock with becoming jacket, and a clutch and ankle-strapped heels to match.
Zelda Williams – the daughter of the late Robin Williams – was clad in sheer lacy leggings and a V-necked embroidered mini-dress.
Minka Kelly perhaps won the award for most elegant as she arrived in a strapless blue trumpet train gown.
Cara Santana and Jesse Metcalfe monochrome couple with she in a long white gown and he suited up in all black.
Camilla Belle wore a contemporary-style get-up with flaring pink-collared white top and a full blue embroidered skirt.
Juliette Lewis should have won the award for the boldest costume – a web-patterned mass of sheer black material over a bunchy white dress underneath.
The design of Juliette’s dress was perhaps inspired by those closely corsetted ladies of the early 20th Century.