Sharon Stone, 64, looks radiant in a skintight lemon jumpsuit as she attends the Dolce & Gabbana haute couture men’s fashion show in Italy
Sharon Stone performed in animation as she arrived at the Dolce & Gabbana haute couture menswear show in Syracuse, Italy on Sunday.
The actress, 64, waved to fans as she arrived at the event in an off-the-shoulder lemon jumpsuit with a flowing train.
The form-fitting garment featured a black strap along the waist while the Basic Instict star also wore a silver sequin bra.
Looking good: Sharon Stone showed animation as she arrived at the Dolce & Gabbana haute couture men’s fashion show wearing a yellow jumpsuit in Syracuse, Italy, on Sunday
Adding height to her frame with a pair of black heels, Sharon also sported a pair of eye-catching sparkly earrings.
Wearing her blonde locks in a slicked back style, Sharon completed her look with a light palette of makeup.
The movie star took to Instagram ahead of the event and shared a clip of herself leaving her hotel as she showed off her outfit.
The outing comes after Sharon recently spoke about nine miscarriages for the first time as she shared her anguish that there is ‘no forum to discuss the deep loss’.
Stunning: The form-fitting garment featured a black strap along the waist while the Basic Instict star also wore a silver sequin bra
She discussed her loss under a People Instagram post, where Dancing With The Stars singer Peta Murgatroyd opened up about losing a pregnancy with husband Maks Chmerkovskiy.
Since her miscarriage, Sharon has adopted three sons, Roan, 22, Laird, 16 and Quinn, 15.
Opening up about her own experience of pregnancy loss, Sharon wrote: ‘We as women have no forum to discuss the depth of this loss. I lost nine children by miscarriage.
“It’s not nothing, physically or emotionally,” continued the star – who has three adopted sons.
Style: The movie star took to Instagram ahead of the event and shared a clip of herself leaving her hotel as she showed off her outfit
“Yet we are made to feel like it is something to bear alone and secretly with a sort of sense of failure. Instead of receiving the compassion, empathy and healing that we so badly need.
She added: “The health and welfare of women left in the care of male ideology has become lax at best, ignorant in fact and violently oppressive in its endeavors.”
Sharon suffered multiple miscarriages during her marriage to ex-husband Phil Bronstein – who she was with from 1998 until their divorce in 2004 – and told Women’s Hour she had ‘rheumatoid factor linked to lupus’ which prevented her from carrying a pregnancy. eventually.
Deep loss: Sharon recently spoke for the first time about nine miscarriages as she shared her anguish that there is ‘no forum to discuss deep loss’
The star previously revealed to AARP that she was approved to adopt her first son Roan, born in 2000, as he returned home from a miscarriage.
If you have been affected by this story you can seek advice in the UK at www.miscarriageassociation.org.uk or by calling 01924 200 799
When visiting the United States www.mymiscarriagematters.org or call 833-664-3577
Family: Sharon has adopted three sons, Roan, 22, Laird, 16 and Quinn, 15