On Sunday, Gal Gadot graced the Oscars red carpet at Hollywood and Highland, exuding sheer charm. The 34-year-old actress, famed for her role as Wonder Woman, sported a gorgeous Givenchy blouse with intricate lace floral embroidery that was see-through. Adding an elegant touch, she wore a jeweled necklace over her turtleneck blouse, perfectly clashing it against a striking bubblegum pink skirt.
Gal Gadot was a vision to behold at the Oscars red carpet event held at Hollywood and Highland on Sunday. Her outfit featured lacy mesh flares that decorated her skirt and flowed into a long train as she made her way down the red carpet. Gal’s supermodel features were accentuated by a makeup look created by Sabrina Bedrani, who utilized Revlon products, the very brand Gal is an ambassador for. Sabrina first applied Revlon PhotoReady Candid Glow Moisture Glow Anti-Pollution Foundation to enhance Gal’s natural complexion and then used Full Coverage Concealer to cover any areas that needed extra coverage. To further enhance her eyes, she applied Revlon ColorStay Looks Book Palette and ColorStay Micro Hyper Precision Gel Eyeliner. A bold red lip in the form of Revlon Super Lustrous The Luscious Mattes in So Lit completed the look.
In the city: Our favorite superhero, Wonder Woman’s 34-year-old leading lady, was spotted donning a sheer black blouse from Givenchy that boasted lace floral embroidery at a recent event. To our delight, she had a lovely red carpet reunion with her co-star Kristen Wiig, who will appear alongside her in their upcoming film, Wonder Woman 1984. Kristen looked stunning in her long red gown that featured fin-like columns of frills running down both sides of the skirt. Adding to the dramatic flair were her black opera gloves and drop earrings. Even though she portrays Wonder Woman’s rival Cheetah in the movie, the two actresses seemed to be the best of friends off-screen.
Powerful pair: During the event, Gal Gadot had a heartwarming encounter with her co-star Kristen Wiig, who is starring alongside her in the highly anticipated movie Wonder Woman 1984. The Best Picture category for this year’s awards is fiercely contested, featuring a range of impressive nominees such as the South Korean thriller Parasite, the World War I drama 1917, and the supervillain film Joker. Furthermore, Martin Scorsese’s crime saga The Irishman and Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood are also up for consideration. Completing the list are the divorce drama Marriage Story, car racing flick Ford Vs Ferrari, and the latest adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel Little Women.