Words: Elizabeth Di Filippo
Halle Berry has the Midas touch. The 52-year-old turned heads on Tuesday night at the 21st annual Costume Designers Guild Awards (CDGAs) in Beverly Hills.
The Oscar-winner looked radiant in a gold strapless gown by Sebastian Gunawan as she presented the Career Achievement Award to “Black Panther” designer Ruth E. Carter.
Paired with matching embellished heels by Brian Atwood, Berry let her clothes take centre stage, opting for a soft updo and bronzed dewy skin.
While presenting the award, the “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum” actress sent the crowd into hysterics as she relayed her memories of working with Carter in 1991 in the Spike Lee film, “Jungle Fever.”
“I did play Viv the crack ho,” Berry told the audience. “[My costume] was a nasty ass brass and a mini skirt. But that costume…helped me to be the very best crack ho that I could be.”
Known for her timeless beauty and glowing skin, Berry has been ruling the red carpet for decades and shows no sign of stopping anytime soon.
Earlier this year, Berry turned heads in a burgundy dress by Zuhair Murad at the 76th Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles.
Twitter was enthralled with her look, with one user writing: “I’m trying to think of a more stunning woman than Halle Berry. I simply can’t.”
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