Elizabeth Hurley wows in sheer gown days after turning 56: 'Goddess'
Elizabeth Hurley wore a see-through dress for her 56th birthday (not pictured). (Photo: ANGELA WEISS / AFP via Getty Images)
Elizabeth Hurley may be the queen of bikini shoots, but she doesn't need a two-piece to attract attention.
After her 56th birthday on June 10 in a crop top and denim shorts, the English actress turned to a special label to keep the festivities going: Versace, the house responsible for her iconic black safety pin dress, which was at the The then premiere in 1994 was worn by friend Hugh Grant's film "Four Weddings and a Funeral".
The dress that made Hurley the star relied heavily on strategically placed safety pins that offer generous flashes of skin. Almost 30 years later, the same idea is in effect with the floor-length vintage dress the star wore to her birthday parties. The dress features curved panels of pale yellow silk placed alongside sheer panels that show off much of Hurley's famous toned figure, including part of her right breast.
Unsurprisingly, Hurley's look - accented with a diamond pendant chain and long brunette waves - received rave reviews on Instagram, including from Donatella Versace, who took over the fashion house after her brother Gianni's murder in 1997.
"Beautiful vintage Versace," replied the fashion designer. "You look beautiful."
Hurley also received the approval of the designers Christoper Kane and Giles Deacon, while countless fans described the dress as "stunning" and celebrated the star as the "goddess".
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