Jane Fonda has wowed on the runway at Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief charity show.

The 73-year-old actress - who has confessed to having undergone plastic surgery in the past - wore a gold Marchesa dress to strut down the catwalk, and received huge applause from the audience at the Forville Marker in Cannes.

Naomi also took to the runway in a black, slashed to the thigh outfit, with other stars including Rosario Dawson and Yasmin Le Bon also walked at the event.

For the finale, a number of models gathered at the end of the runway to show off a collection of T-shirts created by Italian designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana to raise funds for the Japanese Red Cross.

Naomi said: "The destruction caused by the earthquake in Japan is completely heartbreaking, it's so hard to even begin to comprehend the tragic loss the people of Japan are coping with.

"I felt very passionate to try and help in whatever way possible, to do our part and to support Japan at this time. I hope that the money raised from Fashion For Relief in Cannes will support those who need it most."

Following the event, the celebrities headed to the Diamond's Are a Girl's Best Friend event at the Nikki Beach club.

Jane continued to turn heads at the on the red carpet at the club, where she changed into a tight-fitting, floor-length black design teamed with gold kitten heels.