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Sunday 4 October 2015

Salma Hayek attends Gucci MFW show

Published 21/02/2013

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Salma Hayek
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Salma Hayek and Kate Moss
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Salma Hayek was pretty in purple as she sat front row at the Gucci catwalk show in Milan yesterday.

The actress wore a purple leather belted suit to the Fall/Winter 13 showcase by the Italian designer label.

Salma joined a host of fashion's biggest names to witness Frida Giannini's collection hit the runway.

The A-lister's plum-coloured ensemble consisted of a pencil skirt and matching suit jacket.

She completed her outfit with knee-length leather boots in a complimentary purple shade and a large black clutch bag.

Salma paid attention to detail with her accessories and her sunglasses contained a matching plum shade on the rim.

Salma was accompanied to the event by her husband François-Henri Pinault and his daughter Mathilde.

Business man François-Henri is the owner of the luxury Gucci label.

Salma was seen in another purple coloured outfit when she was spotted enjoying the catwalk collection of Christopher Kane at London Fashion Week just days before.

Her fashion tycoon husband is also the co-owner of the Christopher Kane designer brand.

After the landmark showcase Salma reportedly congratulated Christopher backstage on his collection.

The UK Elle magazine website reports that PPR, the company owned by Salma's husband, were responsible for the signing the world’s most beautiful models to show off the clothes at the event. Among them was British star Jourdan Dunn.

"They were so proud to wear your clothes," Salma told designer Christopher after the show.

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