Salma Hayek brings back the 70s in a leopard print trouser suit with flared hems as she swings past Jimmy Kimmel ahead of the release of Eternals
She spent much of her childhood in the 1970s.
And Salma Hayek brought back the style of the decade as she made the publicity rounds for her new movie in Hollywood on Thursday.
The 55-year-old movie star was spotted in a leopard print trouser suit with flared hems as she was on her way to a shoot of Jimmy Kimmel Live!.
Looks great: Salma Hayek brought back ’70s style as she made the publicity rounds for her new movie in Hollywood on Thursday
She slipped into a plunging black top and pulled a sheer blouse over it, decorated in butterfly shades.
Letting go of her luxurious hair, she sharpened the features of her screen siren with makeup and added a touch of dazzle with earrings.
Salma carried a hot takeaway to Jimmy’s set, possibly seeking a caffeine infusion before recording her segment.
The Frida star is part of the star-studded cast of the Marvel film Eternals, which will hit theaters on November 5.
On the go: The 55-year-old movie star was spotted in a leopard print trouser suit with flared hems as she was on her way to a Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Angelina Jolie will be seen alongside names like Game Of Thrones heartthrob Kit Harington and Richard Madden.
Kumail Nanjiani, of Silicon Valley fame, rose to fame for his role in the film amid a cast that also includes Bryan Tyree Henry and Gemma Chan.
Eternals is accompanied by Chloe Zhao whose latest film Nomadland won not only Best Director but also Best Picture at the Oscars this year.
Aglow: she slipped into a deep black top and pulled on a sheer blouse, accessory with butterfly shades
In her personal life, Salma shares her daughter Valentina, 14, with her French billionaire husband Francois-Henri Pinault whom she married in 2009.
Francois-Henri inherited the luxury company Kering, founded by his father Francois Pinault, 85, who passed his businesses over to his son 18 years ago.
Salma, who was 41 when she had Valentina, commented, “I think I’m a better mom because I got her later. But I do get tired. I’m not going to lie.’
A few years ago, she told Town And Country that her daughter is “very creative, very smart, very funny and very quirky.”
The look: She let go of her luxurious hair and sharpened the features of her screen siren with makeup and added a touch of dazzle with earrings