Salma Hayek sexes up business attire in low-cut dress
And the actress brought her star presence to the Make Reality Equality charity event in Beverly Hills on Monday.
The 48-year-old actress wore an eye-catching green frock as she was honoured for her work in women's rights.
The dress featured large floral designs and was cinched at the waist with a black belt.
The Grown Ups star dressed the look up with black platform pumps, a black clutch, and hoop earrings.
She was honoured at Make Reality Equality alongside renowned feminist and activist Gloria Steinem for their work in advancing women's rights.
Make Reality Equality, in its second year, benefits Equality Now, which is dedicated to 'advancing legal and systemic change to make equality a reality for every woman and every girl, everywhere.'
They focus on discrimination in law, sexual violence, female genital mutilation, sex trafficking, and the rights of adolescent girls.
'Words cannot describe the commitment and spirit of Gloria Steinem and Salma Hayek Pinault who are both champions for women’s rights and justice — and my personal heros!' said Equality Now's global director, Yasmeen Hassan.
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'Equality Now is proud to honor these dynamic women for their integrity, their courage and their activism that changes the world every day.'
Salma is being recognized for her work in preventing all forms of violence against women and girls.
'I am committed to empowering women and girls worldwide and preventing all forms of violence against them,' she said.
'Equality Now has been working to create a just world for women and girls for more than 20 years, and I am pleased to join with them to help make equality a reality for every woman and girl, everywhere.'
Salma recently spoke about her advocacy at TheWrap Power Women's Breakfast in Beverly Hills in front of 150 Hollywood female executives.
The Mexican beauty discussed how she got cosmetics giant Avon to support her cause while she was in negotiations to represent the brand, as they were initially focused on just cancer research.
Avon has since raised over $90 million in the fight against domestic violence.
Salma urged others to join her to prevent domestic violence not just in the States, but also around the world.
'If you want to stop violence in the world it has to start in the home,' she said. 'If we can win this war, we can win the war against violence.'
Adding that she rather 'live her activism instead of talk about it.'
She also stated: ‘I don't come from a background of domestic violence, but I think it's incredibly important.'
Funnywoman Kathy Griffin was also pictured at the event in a sophisticated bronze frock along with studded black pumps.
Aubrey Plaza was also in attendance, looking boyfriend chic in a black blazer with matching trousers and a blouse featuring a large ruffle detail in the front.
The honorary host committee included Jane Fonda, Alyson Hannigan, Goldie Hawn, Helen Hunt, Jay Leno, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Aubrey Plaza, Paul Reiser, Meg Ryan, Joss Whedon and Daphne Zuniga among numerous others.
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