The all-female cast of Ocean's 8 just showed us what red carpet fashion should look like

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This week the stellar, all-female cast of Ocean's 8 (a spin-off from the Ocean's trilogy heist comedy starring Brad Pitt and George Clooney), which includes Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Rihanna, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, and Awkwafina, all stepped out for the World Premiere. 

And they all looked absolutely drop dead.

Sarah Paulson and Sandra Bullock both love a bit of texture and Paulson's acid green fringe dress by Prada is a walking Boomerang waiting to happen.

Rihanna stunned in a lamé frock by Givenchy. 

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Gigi Hadid kept it simple, and sexy in a black Vera Wang. 

Cate Blanchett's Missoni suit is life!

Anne Hathaway opted for a floaty dress by Jean Paul Gaultier. 

Cindy Bruna's '80s throwback makes us reaching for shoulder padded blazers. This cute dress is Balmain. 

Mindy Kaling in a shimmery Prabal Gurung creation. 

Adriana Lima loves showing some leg. This time in Roberto Cavalli. 

Liu Wen, that soft, wrap blazer is exquisite.

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Dascha Polanco knows that mustard is THE colour of the moment.   

Awkwafina kept things very ethereal in this caped dress.

Images: Getty

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