With a fascinating outfit, the Mexican actress Salma Hayek dazzled everyone on the red carpet and left the ostentatious cost of it speechless, in addition to showing off a 131-carat necklace
Salma Hayek has caused a stir in recent days, however, now what has immediately captured the spotlight was the ostentatious dress that she wore on the red carpet of the film House of Gucci, where she had no qualms about showing off the elegant and low-cut garment from a famous Italian brand.
And the fact is that the beautiful Mexican actress and businesswoman has not stopped being one of the most mentioned women in the entertainment world, showing that at 55 she continues to make an impact in outfits that go beyond tight and not to mention strong amounts that are worth.
It was through her official Instagram account that Salma Hayek shared with her fervent followers a fascinating postcard in which she appears with her co-stars, Jared Leto, Adam Driver, and Lady Gaga herself.
However, what caught the attention of the night on the red carpet was the striking dress that the Mexican native of Veracruz decided to wear, as it impacted her low-cut gold Gucci dress, where her husband, François-Henri Pinault, is president and CEO of Kering, the company that owns the brand.
And it is that the fantastic Italian garment with a closed V neckline had a price of nothing more and nothing less than more than 442 thousand Mexican pesos, or 22 thousand 144 dollars. And of course, if you wanted to buy it, we regret to tell you that it is already sold out.
In addition to being able to afford her fabulous short-sleeved puffed dress, fitted at the waist and with a straight skirt, the actress had the audacity to personalize it, since originally the extravagant Italian garment had long sleeves and an oversized bow at the side. By the neck.
It was undoubtedly a great success that the businesswoman changed those details to show off her fantastic figure, even more, even a necklace along with a 131-carat gold bracelet made up of yellow and silver stones, were part of the glamorous outfit of the night of the Mexican.