Zoë Foster turns heads in a vintage satin and lace frock with a daring neckline as she joins husband Hamish Blake at the 62nd Logie Awards
They’re arguably one of Australia’s most successful celebrity power couples.
And Zoë Foster and husband Hamish Blake were certainly hard to miss at The 62nd Annual TV Week Logie Awards on the Gold Coast on Sunday.
Go-To skincare mogul Zoe, 41, went for a daring look in a nude satin frock with black lace trim and detailing.
Zoë Foster and husband Hamish Blake (pictured together) were hard to miss at The 62nd Annual TV Week Logie Awards on the Gold Coast on Sunday
She added long black lace gloves, and the frock contained an exposed lace bra.
Zoë tied her brunette locks back into a tight ponytail and kept her accessories simple with a pair of Gucci earrings.
Her makeup was simple and natural, and her skin was glowing thanks to the Go-To products she used prior to the event.
Zoe, 41, went for a daring look in a nude satin frock with black lace trim and detailing
Posting to Instagram, Zoë revealed that she did a double cleanse using Go-To’s Properly Clean cleanser and Fancy Face oil cleanser, followed by the Transformazing sheet mask, the Much Plumper Skin serum, the Very Lightweight Moisturiser, and finished off with the brand’s Face Hero oil.
Her husband Hamish, who is nominated for a Gold Logie this year, went for a much simpler look in a basic black tuxedo with a double breasted blazer.
The day before the ceremony, Zoë had a facial and skin treatment from celebrity facialist Melanie Grant.
Zoë tied her brunette locks back into a tight ponytail and kept her accessories simple with a pair of Gucci earrings
The mother of two shared a picture of herself after having had a treatment, which included the use of a LED lamp, saying she wanted to get a ‘glow’ before the big awards ceremony.
LED lights used in facials and skin treatments are believed to help the skin and stimulate collagen, depending on the colour of light used.
It comes after Foster Blake sold off a 50.1 per cent controlling stake of Go-To skincare to beauty giant BWX for $89million in August last year.
The ASX-listed company is also behind Aussie skincare brand Sukin, and has a lucrative five-year supplier deal with Chemist Warehouse.
Hamish, who is nominated for a Gold Logie this year, went for a much simpler look in a basic black tuxedo with a double breasted blazer
BWX praised Go-To for providing its consumers with ‘simple, trusted and effective skincare products for the masstige market’.
The term ‘masstige’ refers to mass-produced, inexpensive goods that are marketed as luxurious.
Go-To was established by former magazine journalist in 2012 Zoë, and generated $36.8million in revenue in 2020 alone.
That same year, her net worth was estimated to be about $36million, earning her a spot on the AFR’s Young Rich List.
The happy couple smiled and posed for photos on the red carpet