Halle Berry brought out all the glamour this week. The Oscar winner stepped out on three different occasions with her boyfriend Van Hunt. Check out what she wore.
On November 4, the “Catwoman” actress stepped out in NYC wearing head-to-toe green camouflage. Styled by her stylist and re.spin partner Lindsay Flores the ensemble included a camo shirt dress which had an oversized utility jacket feel to it with a cinched waist and an animal print lining.
She donned high-heeled boots with a patchwork pattern in the same print. The stiletto heel of the pointed toe boots reached about 4 inches in height.
On Friday night, November 5, Halle rocked a bold red coat while leaving dinner with boyfriend Van Hunt in New York City. The 55-year-old actress and Van were seen grabbing a bite at Scalinatella in the Big Apple along with Dana White. She paired her statement coat with an all-black ensemble underneath featuring a black top and black leather pants, along with black boots.
The John Wick 3 star also brought her Hollywood glamour to the UFC strawweight championship fight between Rose Namajunas and Zhang Weili during the UFC 268 event at Madison Square Garden in New York on Saturday night.
Halle Berry was seen standing in the Octagon as she presented Rose, 29, with her belt after she retained the strawweight title. For the event, the actress was seen wearing a £1,026 Romeo Hunte black wrap-around leather jacket matched with a chic grey trousers. To complete her look she wore a pair of black high-heeled shoes and left her highlighted blonde hair loose over her shoulders.
The multi-talented actor was recently honored at ELLE’s “Women In Hollywood” event on October 20 in Los Angeles.
She showed up to the gala in a black and pink paisley print dress, which featured a plunging neckline and thigh-high slit. “I can’t tell you what it means to be in this room and feel our femininity because it’s palpable and it’s real,” Halle said during her speech at the event.
The Oscar-winning actress was the first and remains the only Black woman who’s taken home the trophy in the Best Actress category for 2001’s Monster’s Ball.
She thanked Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins for “being a beacon and leading the way” for other women directors.
“You allowed me to know that maybe I could direct a film one day,” Berry said. “There are so many times where, as women, we don’t think we have the right to direct, we can only be the dancing f***ing bear. Well, you know what? We can be more than the dancing fucking bear—we can be in charge.”
Berry also took the opportunity to thank the men who have supported her both personally and in her career. “We have to take a minute to thank the men that are behind us,” she said, before joking: “Every good woman has a good man behind her who knows she should lead the way.”