Halle Berry Wore a Plunging Corseted Mini Dress with a Train
Although no one would expect less from the legendary Catwoman and a Bond girl, Halle Berry has just proven once more that there is literally nothing she cannot do. On Monday, the actress arrived on the carpet of the Celebration Of Black Cinema & Television in Los Angeles in a super cute and trendy mini dress.
For the occasion, Berry dropped the dress and opted for a fuchsia cocktail dress with a full skirt that goes just above her knee. The upper part of the funny piece of clothing went from the cap sleeves into a deep neckline, which met a corsetted middle part with pseudo bones. The mini dress also contained a long train that pulled behind the actress. It is equipped with a large diamond ring and rhinestone heels with a bow accent on the front strap.
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Halle kept her glamor simple and opted for subtle eye make-up and a bare lip. Her famous caramel locks were worn in a voluminous half-up, half-down updo in the style of the '60s, with curtain bangs around her face and waves in the lower half.
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Berry was also accompanied on the carpet by her boyfriend, musician Van Hunt, who in turn wore a black tuxedo. The two posed hand in hand and exchanged a few laughs and adoring looks.
During the event, Halle was honored with the well-deserved Career Achievement Award for her fruitful career, which included roles in iconic films such as Monster's Ball, Die Another Day, X-Men, and many more.
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