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Saturday 10 October 2015

Kate Hudson shimmers in Elie Saab

Published 09/07/2013

Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson looked super chic at a gala dinner in London last night.

The actress attended the Novak Djokovic Foundation Gala dinner at the Roadhouse venue in London where she looked radiant and relaxed.

Kate opted for the mushroom coloured dress which featured a modern high-low hemline and on-trend embellishment around the high neck.

The blonde kept her hairstyle casual, sweeping it into a dishevelled up do.

Kate's sombre shade of dress allowed her to pull off a statement lip perfectly.

The stylish star went for a bright pink-purple colour on her mouth, keeping her eyes understated with a toned-down smoky effect and her face dewy and fresh looking.

The chiffon gown is part of Elie Saab's Spring/Summer 2013 collection and exposes just the right amount of leg to remain glamorous and elegant while showing off the star's toned pins.

To match the jewelled embellishment on the gown, Kate went for a beaded box clutch bag and pointed high heeled pumps that contained a beaded black toe.

Simple jewellery complemented the ensemble, and Kate wore a large bracelet on one wrist to pull together her edgy appearance.

Kate was in attendance at the Novak Djokovic Foundation Gala dinner to support the cause, which was set up and sponsored by the 26-year-old professional tennis player.

The aim of the charity is to help children from disadvantaged backgrounds play and learn in a safe environment.

The 34-year-old mother-of-two has recently expanded her role as the face of US clothing brand Ann Taylor.

Kate proved she has an eye for style by designing a capsule collection for the company.

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