Beautiful actress Susan Sarandon stepped out in a stunning red and pink dress for a special gala event in Dubai recently.
The 72-year-old glowed in the ankle-length frock which she paired with simple red flats and a gold necklace for the Artists for Peace and Justice & Bovet 1822 Gala.
Wearing her hair down in soft waves, the Thelma and Louise star smiled broadly for cameras on the red carpet with a pink lip completing the look.
Susan was one of many celebrities and high-profile guests including Sarah Ferguson to attend the event which raised funds for charity.
The passionate group of people auctioned off a number of expensive experiences such as afternoon tea with the Duchess of York to help those in need.
Throughout the course of the evening stars discussed a range of crucial education initiatives which are supported as part of the gala. This includes work in Peru, Uganda, Haiti and India.
Susan hasn’t been spotted out and about much of late, photographed months ago at an art exhibition in New York City.
The actress looked fabulous as she strutted the red carpet in a fabulous pair of knee-high red boots and a figure-hugging black dress.
The Stepmom star smiled broadly while posing for the cameras at the Dom Perignon & Lenny Kravitz: ‘Assemblage’ Exhibition, showing the world once again that style only gets better with age.
Wearing her red locks down in soft waves, she paired the eye-catching outfit with a simple pair of dangly earrings and silver rings on her fingers.
The exhibition, which featured photography by singer-songwriter Lenny Kravitz, showcased a series of photographs that were taken during an intimate dinner party at Lenny’s home in Los Angeles.
Sarandon herself, was one of the many high-profile people featured in the works, alongside sporting stars, models, fashion designers and other actors.
The exhibition was far more friendly than many of Susan’s other run-ins, including a public spat with Will and Grace actress Debra Messing, whom she branded “self-righteous” after the stars came to blows over Donald Trump.
Reigniting their long-running feud over the US President, Messing, 50, slammed Sarandon after she gave an interview to Variety at the Toronto Film Festival in which she appeared to credit Trump with unintentionally “energising” women to run for office.
“This is a revolution,” Sarandon told the news outlet. “Maybe things had to get so bad before real change actually could happen. We just have to stay awake.”
However, having seen the headline on Twitter, Messing hit out at Sarandon and wrote: “STFU [shut the f*** up] SUSAN. Oh yes, PLEASE let’s give Trump CREDIT. I mean how else are you able to walk out on the street.”