Salma Hayek’s Festive Metallic Skirt Shines Bright As the Must-Have Holiday Season Fashion Choice

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Salma Hayek.

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’Tis the season of tinsel—and Salma Hayek is definitely on board. The actress proved she’s in her metallic girl era with her latest party look. The Magic Mike’s Last Dance star donned a sheeny silver knee-length pencil skirt and served major classy business casual-meets-spacecore vibes. She attended brother Sami Hayek’s Frequency art exhibition at Christie’s Los Angeles in Beverly Hills on Nov. 2.

The mom of one, who shares her daughter, Valentina, with husband François-Henri Pinault, paired the curve-skimming bottoms with a tucked in loose black shirt featuring a faux statement necklace collar. She accessorized with a dark metallic purse, dangly diamond earrings, a tennis bracelet and chunky rings.

The House of Gucci actress opted for a full-glam moment, including a glass skin base, chiseled cheekbones, dramatic lashes, feathered brows and a glossy berry stained lip. Her medium-length brown locks were freshly blown out and ultra-glossy. She completed the look with sky-high platform silver peep-toe heels.

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Salma Hayek.

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Hayek and her husband got married in a private Parisian ceremony in 2009. Pinault is the CEO of Kering, the group that owns several luxury brands, including Gucci, Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen and Bottega Veneta, among others.

“I dream hard and there is a sense of purpose or destiny. I’m good at following my intuition. The reason I didn’t get a lot of parts is that I was Latina, but I know there are 60 million Latinas [in the U.S.] so I understood they were missing out on a huge market. I thought it was very narrow-minded, but eventually, somebody’s going to do the math. It took a while, but they got there,” Hayek said about what she has learned throughout her more than three decades in the industry. “I think there is a lot of sexism when it comes to age. They give us a lot of deadlines that [men] don’t have, such as [the idea that] after a certain age, you lose your beauty or nobody will want to marry you. It’s incredibly unfair. I wanted to make this character [Sonia, from Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard] who is strong, fierce, beautiful, sexy and ready for adventure because women my age, in their mid-fifties, can still be that.”

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