Whether you are having a bad day or not, we bet that seeing Salma Hayek on this red carpet will improve your mood no matter the outcome. The Mexican actress has been away from big events but fortunately for everyone, she stepped out for this special occasion and she did not disappoint.
Hayek, who is well known not only for her talent and her many acclaimed movies but because of her beauty and youthful appearance, attended the 2022 LACMA Art + Film Gala in Los Angeles accompanied by her husband, François-Henri Pinault.
Now, Mr. Pinault donned a big smile on his face and we all know why was since Salma Hayek was one of the most beautiful of the night, stealing the show and making everyone’s jaw drop after such a display of glamour.
For the big night, the ‘Frida’ star wore a green and pink ombre dress fully covered in rhinestones. The fabric hugged her famous curves in all the right places She completed the look with gloves that reached her elbows and silver platform heels while her hair was styled in waves cascading down her shoulders.
The actress shared some snaps on her social media platform with her more than 21 million fans and followers. In The caption, she thanked Alessandro Michele for the dress, adding the message in English and her mother tongue, Spanish.
“Thank you @alessandro_michele for my beautiful dress and gloves. A very appropriate piece of art for the Gucci LACMA Art + Film Gala” Salma wrote.
The comment section was flooded with messages praising her beauty, telling the most obvious things of course such as “You look so sexy and stylish “ and “Gorgeous.”
The LACMA Art + Film Gala, supported by Gucci, raises funds for the museum’s education programs, outreach, and initiatives. LACMA trustee Eva Chow and Leonardo DiCaprio served as this year’s co-chairs. The event honored pioneer visual artist Helen Pashgian and film director Park Chan-wook. Presenters and performers included Elton John, Gucci president, and CEO Marco Bizzarri, and Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele.
“I’m so pleased that we will be honoring Helen Pashgian, who has played an indelible role in the Southern California art community and has been a friend of the museum for so long,” LAMA CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director Michael Govan said in a statement earlier this year.
“We are also excited to recognize Park Chan-wook, whose unforgettable films never fail to show us the power of cinema. Honoring these two artists together continues the vitally important dialogue between art and film that this event supports.”