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

The Hollywood star made the trip to Paris to take part in Paris Fashion Week festivities. Charlize, a longtime collaborator and advocate for Dior, attended the fashion show. She was dressed in a cream dress with translucent sleeves.

Theron completed her outfit with a stiff black cocoon cloak that stood out against the rest of her feminine look. Instead of wearing stiletto heels, the actress opted for another design statement, pairing her stunning ensemble with gigantic black matte leather military-style boots. A small quilted purse from a well-known brand and sunglasses completed her outfit.

The “Mad Max” actress wore glossy nude lipstick, arrows, and smokey gray eyeshadow. Her wonderfully styled blonde bob cut hair framed her face with long, enticing strands. The actress chose a pair of understated gold hoop earrings as her only jewelry.

Theron rarely makes public appearances; her most recent one came after a significant scandal in which she unwittingly became involved when she backed Andrea Riseborough, who was nominated for a “Oscar” for best actress for her performance in the film “For Leslie’s Sake.”

An intense debate was caused by the British actress’ nomination for the award. Along with Charlize Theron, she received support from Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Winslet, Jenifer Aniston, Susan Sarandon, and other well-known people. That brought forth a negative response since many saw it as an example of bias as a result of the Hollywood stars’ campaign.

CNN talked on “what a benefit it is to have renowned white pals.” Dark-skinned actors Viola Davis from “The King’s Woman” and Danielle Deadwyler from “Till” were passed over as a result.

In addition to Riseborough, other nominees for Best Actress at the Oscars included Cate Blanchett (“Degor”), Michelle Yeoh (“All and Everywhere and At Once”), Ana de Armas (“Blondie”), and Michelle Williams (“The Fabelmans”). Riseborough’s candidacy should be supported, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Board of Governors said this week during an emergency meeting.

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