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Salma Hayek may choose from a variety of high-end brands within the Kering family, but at the GQ Men of the Year Awards, the actress chose an independent brand to make a statement dress. The self-described “queen of va va voom fashion,” who once acknowledged how difficult it was for her to dress for red carpet events as an outsider but now clearly enjoys her connections in the industry, she wore draped corset dress in deep scarlet from Vivienne Westwood Made-to-Order collection.
The FSC-certified satin crepe indicated that Salma has her eye on the future of fashion, despite the daring neckline and cinched silhouette being a trademark of hers. She accessorized with a pair of pink gemstone floral-shaped dangling earrings. Hayek opted for a matte lip, mascara, and dark eye shadow for her makeup. She had a center part and her hair was styled in a free-flowing, wavy manner.
In the second part of this year, Vivienne Westwood has clothed many more celebrities for public engagements than is reasonable.Avril Lavigne earned her Hollywood Walk of Fame star in August while wearing a tartan suit and harness from of the brand. For the Toronto International Film Festival’s “Inspection” premiere in September, it outfitted actress Gabrielle Union. And in October the brand dressed Blackpink member Lisa for the Bulgari Aurora Awards in Seoul, South Korea.
Hayek is preparing to promote “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish,” an animated picture in which she voices the character Kitty Softpaws. The “Shrek” series spinoff movie centers on the Antonio Banderas-voiced main character. On December 21, the movie debuts in cinemas.
The GQ Men of the Year Awards are a yearly event honoring those who have had significant cultural achievements for the year and have had a significant influence on the zeitgeist. Boss presided over the ceremony this year. Stormzy, Lee Jung-jae, Sir Mo Farrah, Zo Kravitz, Ashley Walters, and Joseph Quinn were among the honorees.