Kat Graham looks chic in a gold silk dress as she attends the Le Figaro Madame Dinner in Cannes

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By Ellen Coughlan For Mailonline

She is enjoying herself in the South of France for the 74th Cannes Film Festival.

And Kat Graham, 31, looked incredibly chic in a gold silk gown while attending the Le Figaro Madame Dinner on Wednesday evening. 

The Vampire Diaries star turned heads in the elegant ensemble.

Wow! Kat Graham, 31, looked incredibly chic in a gold silk gown while attending the Le Figaro Madame Dinner on Wednesday evening

The gown was embellished with a wrap around silk scarf which draped down the back of the dress.  

She paired the look with a small gold handbag and pointed toe heels.

She styled her raven locks in a sleek bob and her glam make-up enhanced her natural beauty.  

The star looked sensational as she stepped out onto the beach to pose for snaps on the sand in front of a stunning sunset. 

Pose: The Vampire Diaries star turned heads in the elegant ensemble that flattered her sensational figure

Style: She paired the look with a small gold handbag and pointed toe heels

The actress has been showing off her fashion credentials at the Cannes Film Festival, all week.

Last week, the star turned heads on the red carpet as she donned a striking green patterned dress for the festival's Opening Ceremony.

Her garment was peppered with metallic dots and boasted a V-shaped corset adorned with green beads while she boosted her height with gold sandal heels which complemented her gold jewellery.

Beautiful: She styled her raven locks in a sleek bob and her glam make-up enhanced her natural beauty

While Kat has been wearing her hair straight in Cannes, she said earlier this year that she has 'finally learned to accept' her natural curly tresses.

'I've really learned to accept my curls, my 'fro and my African roots,' she told Du Jour magazine.

She explained that as a child, her white mother didn't know how to handle her textured hair and recalled being dropped off alone to a black-run hair salon by her desperate mother when she was only six.

Gorgeous in green: Last week, the star turned heads on the red carpet as she donned a striking green patterned dress for the festival's Opening Ceremony 

The beauty shop visits left a lasting impression on the actress, who felt 'rejected' in a way. 

'My mum would just drop me off at the salon. Emotionally, it felt like I was being rejected because my parent couldn't really handle it,' she explained.

She began to value more 'manageable' locks, associating them with success in her personal and professional life.

But now she's come to embrace her natural beauty.

'Whether you're black or not, we all struggle with self-acceptance,' she said, 'and we all have our own individual journeys.'

Curly girly: While Kat has been wearing her hair straight in Cannes, she said earlier this year that she has 'finally learned to accept' her natural curly tresses

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