The Kering Foundation recently hosted their annual ‘Caring for Women’ gala, which was attended by many acclaimed celebrities. Among them was Natasha Poonawalla, Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai, Jeff Bezos’ fiancée Lauren Sanchez, and Oprah Winfrey.
The business mogul and philanthropist, who is known for sartorial prowess, once again proved her mettle as a fashion icon as she brought her fashion A-game to the star-studded event. For the gala, she donned a stunning strapless white Schiaparelli gown with a floor-sweeping black train and figure-hugging silhouette.
She carried a golden clutch and accessorised the gorgeous ensemble with an exquisite emerald necklace that added the perfect pop of colour to the monochrome fit. With her signature wavy updo and nude makeup, she finished off her look.
Natasha thanked Salma for hosting a “fun, thoughtful, inspiring evening taking a stand against domestic violence”. “Lovely seeing so many powerhouses standing in solidarity against atrocities and inequalities tolerated in different strata of society across the globe,” she wrote, adding that Oprah’s heart-wrenching speech really touched her.
Also in attendance was Malala, who looked equally radiant in a head-to-toe black ensemble. Dressed in a Bottega Veneta outfit with a matching clutch, the social activist opted for rosy makeup and soft wavy tresses to round it off.
Meanwhile, Oprah was decked up in an aubergine wrap dress, while Salma sported a red Gucci dress with a thigh-high slit for the special occasion. While Oprah opted for white drop earrings and glasses as accessories, the latter complemented her leather dress with diamond jewellery. Both divas looked glamorous in their appearances.
This year’s event raised money for the Malala Fund’s work to support girls, women and education activists in Afghanistan.
“The Kering Foundation’s donation will help more Afghan girls learn at home while their schools remain closed, unsafe or inaccessible. We must ensure girls continue to learn even as the Taliban further restricts their rights, which is why the Malala Fund works with local organisations to provide alternative learning and digital lessons. With the futures of Afghan girls so uncertain, our work has never been more urgent,” Malala captioned the post.
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