Halle Berry has a leg up on Oscars fashion.
The “Moonfall” actress, 56, heated up the Oscars 2023 red carpet last night in a white dress by Tamara Ralph, and its ultra-high slit and glittering floral trim had fans wowed.
Berry — who attended the awards show with her boyfriend, Van Hunt — made a glam statement in the sexy look as she tossed her train in the air, showing off plenty of leg in her halter-style look.
The satin gown was embellished with rose gold crystal flowers along the neckline and at the top of the slit, and the “Monster’s Ball” star wore a simple pair of gold hoops by Pomellato as not to compete with her jeweled roses.
She coordinated her Charlotte Tilbury makeup look to the blooming accents, wearing sparkly rose gold eyeshadow and coordinating lipstick.
Berry — who recently showed a hilarious wardrobe snafu with her stylist — wore her short hair in a wavy, side-swept style with a tendril hanging over one eye, completing the look with a pair of pale gold Jimmy Choo platforms.
“… in case you forgot,” she posted on Twitter, sharing a close-up shot of her gorgeous makeup look along with a woman spraying the final touches on her hair.
“We did not forget. I assure you,” one fan wrote, while another added, “The neck piece is so camp and I am here for it. The whole outfit is giving MOTHER.”
“still rocking just like the good old days! you still my fav,” a third Twitter user commented.
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Along with her standout style statement, the Oscar winner had the honor of presenting the Best Actress award to Michelle Yeoh — making the two stars the only women of color in 95 years to receive the award.
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