Lately, Salma Hayek has been sparking joy with her holiday-inspired looks on the red carpet. First, she added a festive twist to traditional businesswear with a glittery gold suit at the World Monument Fund’s 34th annual Hadrian Gala, and a week later, she wore a silver metallic pencil skirt (the holiday skirt of our dreams) with a blinged-out top to her brother Sami's Frequency art exhibition at Christies in Beverly Hills. And now, with Thanksgiving just around the corner, the actress is going full throttle with her holiday attire.
Case in point? On Saturday, Salma attended the Baby2Baby Gala in Los Angeles wearing a glitzy gown in Christmas-tree green. Hayek's dress, which was a custom design from Bottega Veneta, was covered in emerald-colored sequins and featured a twisted halter neckline complete with a bow. She added even more sparkle to her festive look with a pair of diamond drop Boucheron earrings and a large cocktail ring on her index finger.
Her dark hair was worn half up, half down in loose waves and with two face-framing pieces in front. The rest of her glam, meanwhile, included a matte pink lip, a bronzy glow, and sparkly green eyeshadow that matched the color of her dress.
At the event, Salma was honored with the Giving Tree Award, which recognizes charitable efforts to improve the lives of vulnerable children around the world. “I am so honored to be receiving the Giving Tree Award from Baby2Baby,” said Hayek in a statement ahead of the ceremony. “My 39 years of involvement in supporting the wellbeing of women and children give me a deep appreciation and admiration for their heartfelt commitment and efficiency to get the job done.
Hayek added, "I am very am proud to share their mission and am eager to keep learning from these remarkable women.”
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