Monday, December 6, 2010

Eva Mendes sizzles in the Moroccan heat with another gorgeous gown

By Daily Mail Reporter

Stunning: Eva Mendes glitters in gold on the Marrakesh International Film Festival Red Carpet

Eva Mendes continued to score fashion kudos in the sultry Moroccan heat as she attended the Marrakesh Film Festival in yet another dazzling gown this weekend.

After lighting up the red-carpet in lilac earlier in the week, Eva glittered in a gorgeous gold.

The one-shouldered beaded silk gown swathed sexily over the actress’ stunning curves, only to create a beautiful train as it tumbled to the floor.

The 36-year-old Hollywood screen siren wore her hair loose and natural to suit the flowing elegance of the outfit.

She paired the ensemble with an assortment of stylish accessories, including large gold drop earrings and an oversized stone cocktail ring.

Eva was accompanied by traditional Moroccan musicians as she strutted down the carpet to make her way into the event.

Fashion kudos: The actress' outfits have been sexy and stylish throughout the event

The festival, now in its tenth year, is chaired by Prince Moulay Rachid of Morocco.

The jury panel members include British actor Dominic Cooper and Swiss actress Irene Jacob.

Also attending the exotic film festival is Keanu Reeves and James Caan, whose film Henry's Crimes will feature in the festival.

All eyes on Eva: Traditional Moroccan musicians escorted the actress down the red-carpet

The festival is held at the Place Djemaa el-Fna in the city's historical central square.

It is usually home to snake-charmers, story-tellers and other marvels but during festival time it is converted into an open-air cinema.

Fifteen films from around the world are in the running to win the Golden Star of the festival, which is held under the patronage of HM King Mohammed VI.

This year's festival will feature films from Eastern Europe and Asia and will also pay tribute to France, with director Martin Scorsese presenting a tribute to the country's influence on film.


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