The Mexican star, who divides her time between the States and France, was the epitome of Parisian chic in her unexpected by simply stylish ensemble. Usually one to play up her shapely curves, the mom-of-one tamed her figure in the black two-piece suit with white trim detail around the jacket lapel and down the sides of her figure-hugging pants, worn over a simple v-neck black top. Suits her: Salma Hayek contained her curves with a stylish black Alexander McQueen suit with white trim detail and simple black v-neck tee as attended the Hiroshi Sugimoto Exhibition Celebration in Paris on Monday The actress wore her glossy shoulder-length brunette locks down in a pretty curled ‘do, while she kept her make-up simple and neutral except for a slick of bright red lipstick. Salma, 47, was joined at the Place Vendome Boucheron store in the city’s capital by her husband of four years, Francois-Henri Pinault as they attended the Hiroshi Sugimoto Exhibition Celebration. The French businessman was also dressed in a black suit, though he looked decidedly more casual with his open white shirt which he wore without a tie. Complementary couple: The mom-of-one was joined by her French businessman husband Francois-Henri Pinault at the event held at the Place Vendome Boucheron store in the city’s capital Model and actress Carole Bouquet also stuck with the apparent black dresscode as she posed alongside the couple in her rather unusual dress. The pretty star is best known outside of her native France as Aleksandr Petrovsky’s ex-wife Juliet in Sex And The City. Guest of honour Hiroshi Sugimoto was aptly dapper in his dark grey suit, white shirt and matching bow tie as he presented his latest photography collection to his famous fans. Salma will likely be heading back to LA soon with six-year-old daughter Valentina as she begins filming on new movie How To Make Love Like An Englishman. Photography fans: The star posed alongside French actress and model Carole Bouquet – best known as Aleksandr Petrovsky’s ex-wife Juliet in Sex And The City – who also stuck to the apparent all-black dresscode in her unusual dress She joins Pierce Brosnan and Jessica Alba in the romantic comedy with a twist. The plotline follows a hedonistc poetry teach at Cambridge University, played by Brosnan, who finds his perfect match in Salma’s character but their relationship is complicated by the fact that his stepsister (Alba) is carrying his child. Filming began in September, with the film due to hit cinemas in 2014. Guest of honour: The couple, who divide their time between the States and Europe showed their support for man of the hour Hiroshi Sugimoto’s latest photographic exhibition
Salma Hayek Says Her Daughter Loves Acting; See More Starlets Who’ve Taken After Their Famous Parents
7, 2013 2:00 PM PDT Loading… AKM-GSI Does Salma Hayek have a little star on her hands? In a recent interview, the actress opened up about 5-year-old daughter Valentina’s love for the spotlight. “She loves coming on the red carpet with me and she loves standing having her picture taken,” Salma revealed . It looks like the actress’s only child has got a serious case of the fame bug, and at such a young age! “She loves to have her red carpet moment,” she added. “[She’s] already a very talented actor.” While no real plans are lined up for Valentina, it may only be a matter of time before we see her face on the big screen. PHOTOS: These Hollywood moms are giving their best mommy advice! She certainly wouldn’t be the first kid in Hollywood to follow in their famous parents’ footsteps. Some of today’s most famous starlets are daughters of people who have been in the business for decades. Take Lily Collins , for example. While she didn’t exactly become a pop icon like her father Phil Collins , she has made a name for herself in the limelight in the recent months. Rumer Willis has taken to acting just like both of her well-known parents, and former stepfather. Between Bruce Willis and Demi Moore ‘s longstanding careers, Rumer sure has some big shoes to fill!
“Or not drink alcohol. I could make bigger efforts. I don’t think my first priority in life has ever been beauty. It’s a little bit of a rebellious spirit in me. There is more to me than looks, of course.” Of course. But that doesn’t mean plenty of women wouldn’t go to drastic measures to look like her. Speaking of which, Hayek advises those who might not be so content with themselves: “You’ve got to take who you are and love who you are and do the best you can with what you’ve got.” “That goes for the figure, and it goes for everything else,” she says. “You’ve got to have a sense of humor about who you are and give yourself a break. You’ve got to be kind to yourself. And it’s not easy, you know?” The July issue of InStylehits newsstands Friday.