Gwyneth Paltrow stepped out in New York Monday night looking fabulous in a long-sleeved silver dress with asymmetrical hem.
The actress, 45, added matching silver sandal heels and wore her golden long hair loose as she was honored for her community service at the 11th Annual God’s Love We Deliver Golden Heart Awards.
The smiling star looked relaxed despite having revealed just a few days ago that she was one of the women targeted by now disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
Shimmery: Gwyneth Paltrow, 45, stepped out at a charity gala in New York Monday night looking fabulous in a long-sleeved silver dress with asymmetrical hem
Paltrow’s dress featured silver embroidered patterns on a nude backdrop.
It had a round neck and a flounce lower skirt with uneven hem.
The stylish outfit flattered her tanned skin tone and showed off her lithe figure.
The Iron Man star kept her make-up light with black mascara, a touch of blush and light pink lip color.
Flawless: Paltrow’s dress featured silver embroidered patterns on a nude backdrop with a round neck and a flounce lower skirt with uneven hem
Victim: The Iron Man star looked relaxed despite having revealed just a few days ago that she was one of the women targeted by now disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein
Recognition: Paltrow was honored at the event with the Michael Kors Award for Outstanding Community Service and posed for photos with the designer
Last week, Paltrow added her voice to those alleging Weinstein had spent decades sexually harassing and abusing women.
In an interview with the New York Times, the actress claimed the former Miramax boss has targeted her when she was just 22 years old.
She revealed that Weinstein put his hands on her suggestively and tried to lead her into his bedroom for a ‘joint massage’ after a meeting in his suite at The Peninsula Hotel, which had been set up by her agents at CAA. She refused and left, confiding the experience to her then-boyfriend Brad Pitt.
Pitt confronted Weinstein when they later ran into one another, threatening to beat him. Weinstein then phoned Paltrow and allegedly told her to never mention it to anyone else.
By the time Weinstein was admitted to rehab in Arizona on Friday, allegedly for sex addiction, more than 30 women – including Angelina Jolie, Rose McGowan, and Cara Delevingne – had released detailed statements, describing his alleged advances.
Solidarity: Paltrow, pictured with Michelle Pefiffer at an event in LA Friday, told the NY Times last week she was 22 when Weinstein sexually harrassed her