Kate Hudson puts on a leggy show in a leather miniskirt paired with a dramatic cape top at the opening gala of the Academy Museum Of Motion Pictures in LA
Kate Hudson showed her style flair in a dramatic caped top as she attended the opening gala of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in LA on Saturday
The Near-Famous star, 42, wowed in a shimmering navy and gold studded top, which boasted an extravagant cape detail, which she showed off forcefully on the red carpet.
The top had structured shoulders and gold medallions as she battled a storm.
Striking: Kate Hudson showed her style flair in a dramatic caped top as she attended the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures opening gala in LA on Saturday
Kate showed off her endless legs in a leather mini skirt paired with simple black heels,
Her blonde locks were styled smooth and straight, while she wore smoky shade and nude shimmer.
Kate is engaged to Danny Fujikawa and recently revealed her tentative guest list for her upcoming wedding while appearing on Watch What Happens Live on Bravo.
The actress received a question from a viewer from presenter Andy Cohen, 53, during a remote performance on the talk show.
Chic: The Almost Famous star, 42, wowed in a shimmering navy and gold studded top, which boasted an extravagant cape detail, which she showed off forcefully on the red carpet
“Kate, why would you decide to get engaged now? And are you going to have a big wedding or something small?’ Andy asked
“Well, I haven’t decided, I was asked,” Kate replied.
“And I decided to say yes,” she giggled.
“And I’m really excited and I think, you know, I think, I don’t know yet. I haven’t really delved into the planning process for it yet, but I think I’m just going to invite the people I love the most and I feel like it might get a little big,” Kate said.
Leggy: Kate showed off her endless legs in a leather mini skirt paired with simple black heels
The Saturday night celebration, co-chaired by Ava DuVernay, Ryan Murphy and Jason Blum, honored actress Sophia Loren and filmmaker Haile Gerima.
Tom Hanks, Annette Benning and Bob Iger were also recognized for their fundraising efforts for the museum.
Other stars attending the event included Brad Pitt, Lady Gaga, Nicole Kidman, Regina King, Laura Dern, Anna Kendrick, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Cher, Queen Latifah and Kristen Stewart.
Located on the LACMA campus, the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures will officially open to the public on September 30.
Marrying: Danny Fujikawa and Kate, seen in May 2017 in Los Angeles, announced their engagement earlier this month