Berry nice! Salma Hayek shows off her enviable hourglass figure in a grape-coloured dress at Spanish film awards
She's one of the few Hollywood actresses that won't conform to the smaller sizes of the dressing rail and always embraces her curves.
And last night was no exception for Salma Hayek who showed off her enviable figure in a stunning berry-coloured dress.
The actress looked gorgeous in the long flattering frock which clung to her curvaceous frame in all the right places as she arrived for the Goya Cinema Awards in Madrid, Spain last night.
Gorgeous in grape: Salma Hayek looked stunning in a berry-coloured dress that flattered her hourglass figure as she arrived at the Goya Cinema Awards in Spain last night
The corseted waist on the dress emphasised her hourglass figure while the neckline, which was held up by thin straps, showed off her impressive decolletage.
With her curly dark hair wild around her face, she teamed the dress with simple accessories of a layered necklace and a simple clutch bag to match the colour of her dress, as well as a a tiered diamond necklace.
Ola, Madrid! The Mexico-born actress waved at the crowds who had gathered outside the Palacio Municipal de Congresos where the ceremony took place
Proud: Salma was accompanied by her French businessman husband Francois-Henri Pinault who beamed down at his gorgeous wife
Salma, 45, was accompanied by her French
husband, billionaire businessman Franois-Henri Pinault, 49, who stood
proudly at her side as they stopped for the cameras on the red carpet.
Salma was at the awards at the Palacio Municipal de Congresos as one of the presenters and during the night, was there to hand actor Jose Coronado the Best Actor award for the film 'No habra paz para los malvados' – which translates into English as 'no rest for the wicked'.
Buxom: The neckline on Salma's dress struggled to contain her assets
Congratulations! Salma presents Jose Coronado with the Best Actor award for the film 'No habra paz para los malvados', which means 'No rest for the wicked'
And the film proved to be the big
winner of the night as it also took the best film award as well as a
nod for director Enrique Urbizu and the gong for best original score.
The film tells the story of a police inspector investigating the
disappearance of a woman who gets caught up in a deadly shoot-out that
sets him on the trail of a witness.
Salma's Puss In Boots co-star Antonio Banderas was also at the event and looked very dashing in his black suit and white shirt and bow tie.
All is rosy: Antonio Banderas arrived with wife Melanie Griffith who wore an unusual dress that was adorned with lots of red flowers
He was joined by actress wife Melanie
Griffith who wore an unusual red dress which was adorned with scores of
red roses that trailed down the right side and to the back.
Banderas was nominated in the Best Actor category for his role in the Pedro Almodovar film 'La piel que habito', or 'The Skin I Live In', which tells the story about a plastic surgeon who has a dark and secret past.
But while he missed out, his co-star Elena Anaya, who looked stunning in a Grecian style white dress, won the Best Actress award, while The Artist was triumphant again, winning the Best European Film.
Grecian goddess: Elena Anaya looked lovely in her asymmetrical white dress as she stopped to pose for pictures on her arrival
Best Actress: Elena was awarded the gong for her leading role in 'La piel que habito' which translates as 'The Skin I Live In'