Halle Berry had a golden moment at last night’s annual Costume Designers Guild Awards in Los Angeles.
The 52-year-old actress dazzled in a shimmery metallic strapless dress by Sebastian Gunawan featuring a dramatic textured effect and exaggerated peplum skirt that accentuated her hourglass figure. She gave her gold look the perfect finishing touch with matching Brian Atwood sandals. The flirty heels were embellished with delicate 3D flower ornaments.
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Congrats to the most gorgeous talented queen honoree @therealruthecarter at tonight’s @costumeawards
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Halle Berry wears Brian Atwood heels at the 2019 Costume Designers Guild Awards.
Brian Atwood’s flower-trimmed sandals
CREDIT: Courtesy of Brian Atwood
The “Extant” star was on hand to present a career achievement award to veteran costume designer Ruth E. Carter, who has worked on such groundbreaking films as “Black Panther,” “Selma,” “Amistad” and “Malcolm X.” Before introducing Carter, Berry — who was joined on stage by “Black Panther” actress Danai Gurira — fondly reminisced about working with the creative talent on her very first film, 1991’s “Jungle Fever.”
Halle Berry, joined by Danai Gurira (R), presents costume designer Ruth E. Carter