“What legs!”: Charlize Theron walked around Paris in a see-through skirt, surprising passersby

 “What legs!”: Charlize Theron walked around Paris in a see-through skirt, surprising passersby

The Hollywood celebrity traveled to Paris to attend events during Paris Fashion Week. Charlize attended the Dior fashion presentation, with whom she has long partnered and is an ambassador. She wore a cream dress with a sheer skirt.

On top of that, Theron wore a rigid black cocoon coat that contrasted with her delicate ensemble. The actress decided for another design statement, matching her exquisite outfit with enormous black matte leather military-style boots rather than stiletto heels. Her look was finished by a little quilted purse from a well-known brand and sunglasses.

The actress from “Mad Max” used smokey gray eyeshadow, arrows, and glossy nude lipstick. Her bob-cut blonde hair was styled in stunning strands that framed her face. The actress kept her accessories simple, opting for a pair of minimalist gold hoop earrings.

Theron rarely appears in public, her last appearance occurred after a massive scandal, in which she unknowingly became embroiled, when she supported Andrea Riseborough, who was nominated for “Oscar” as best actress for her work in the movie “For Leslie’s Sake”.

The British actress’ nomination for the award sparked a heated controversy. She was supported by Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Winslet, Jenifer Aniston, Susan Sarandon, and other celebrities, in addition to Charlize Theron. That elicited a harsh reaction since many perceived it as a demonstration of prejudice as a result of the Hollywood stars’ campaign.

CNN addressed the question of “what a benefit it is to have renowned white pals.” As a result, dark-skinned actors Viola Davis (“The King’s Woman”) and Danielle Deadwyler (“Till”) were snubbed.

In addition to Riseborough, Cate Blanchett (“Degor”), Michelle Yeoh (“All and Everywhere and At Once”), Ana de Armas (“Blondie”), and Michelle Williams (“The Fabelmans”) were nominated for Best Actress at the Oscars. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ board of governors agreed this week in an emergency meeting that Riseborough’s candidacy should be upheld.

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