Salma Hayek takes her daughters to Paris Fashion Week


Salma Hayek brought two special guests to Sunday’s Balenciaga show during Paris Fashion Week.

The actress was joined in the front row by her lookalike daughter Valentina Paloma Pinault, 14, and stepdaughter Mathilde Pinault, 21.

Hayek, 55, has been married to her husband, billionaire businessman Francois-Henri Pinault, 59, since 2009. Pinault is the chairman and chief executive of luxury fashion group Kering, which owns Balenciaga along with Gucci, Alexander McQueen, Bottega Veneta and more.

The “House of Gucci” star opted for a black top, satin skirt and blue button-up shirt for the show, along with a Balenciaga clutch.

Valentina looked very grown up in an all black outfit paired with Balenciaga tights any teenager would want, while Mathilde opted for dark double denim reminiscent of Britney Spears’ iconic 2001 AMAs look, but with a twist. Gen Z.

Salma Hayek and her two daughters pose at a fashion show.
Salma Hayek and her daughters attend Paris Fashion Week.
Anthony Ghnassia

Valentina was last seen with her mother when she joined her on the red carpet for the Los Angeles premiere of Marvel superhero film ‘Eternals’ in October, with her mother sharing a photo from the event on Instagram.

Hayek captioned a glamorous photo of the pair, “Best Eternals premiere date ever!”

She also brought Valentina to Milan Fashion Week in 2011, with the mother-daughter duo attending the Gucci and Bottega Veneta shows together.

Hayek often shares sweet snaps of Valentina on social media, most recently posting for her birthday in September with the caption, “My precious girl, you mean everything to me.”

The actress continued, “Blessed be the day you came into my life to shine your radiant light Happy Birthday Valentina!!!!! Thank you for being you.”

Now that Valentina is a cool teenager, she’s almost certain to be one of the next celebs to watch, especially with her keen sense of style (no doubt inherited from her glamorous mother).


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