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Thursday 26 May 2016

Liz Hurley pretty at Pink Party

Published 29/04/2014

Elizabeth Hurley
Elizabeth Hurley

Elizabeth Hurley turned heads at the Breast Cancer Foundation’s 2014 Hot Pink Party yesterday.

The 48-year-old actress-and-model dazzled at the event in New York City wearing a floaty halter-neck gown by Versace, which had a wrapped waist band to show off her fabulous figure. Her feet were covered by the chiffon number and the delicate shade also highlighted her golden tan.

To give the glamorous dress an even more elegant feel, Elizabeth wore a sparkling bracelet and dangling earrings. Along with her bejewelled ivory clutch bag, the jewellery brought the whole look together perfectly.

Elizabeth has always been envied for her brunette locks, so wore them down and loosely curled to give a flowing, relaxed touch. As to not take attention away from her outfit, the star kept her lips nude and created a wide-eyed look with her make-up to complement her ensemble.

Elizabeth, who lost her grandmother to breast cancer, is an active supporter of the cause. She previously created a range of beauty products for Estée Lauder’s Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign and has attended many events on behalf of the foundation.

Also at the event was Hailee Steinfeld. The actress looked older than her 17 years in a classy Erdem dress from the label’s Fall 14 range. Mainly made up of black velvet, the A-line number also featured a turtle neckline and one-shoulder draping to give it a unique look.

To complete her sophisticated ensemble, Hailee wore black Bionda Castana heels and held onto a little pink clutch back by Valentino to match the colour scheme of the charity’s party.

Actress Katrina Bowden went all out with the pink theme, turning heads in a bold red and fuchsia gown. The blonde beauty’s dress had a delicate pattern which resembled petals and clung to her slender figure just right. With the striking tones, Katrina kept her jewellery minimal and wore simple earrings.

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