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From sleek and stylish suits to dazzling dresses, Hollywood’s top names brought their A game to AARP’s biggest night of the year.
Jamie Lee Curtis, 64
Career Achievement Award recipient Jamie Lee Curtis turned heads in a stunning black suit with sash emblazoned with a cascade of embroidered flowers. The actress, who just received her first Oscar nomination for her supporting role in Everything Everywhere All at Once, couldn’t contain her excitement. “I am just trying to enjoy this miracle moment in my life,” she said.
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Hong Chau, 43
Hong Chau’s fringe halter top and satin pants from designer Jason Wu brought on the whimsy and fun. “I am always thinking about growing older and how I want to live my life and what I want to pass on to my daughter now in particular,” she said. Chau received her first Oscar nomination for The Whale, starring with AARP Movies for Grownups best actor winner Brendan Fraser.
Wendie Malick, 72
The always-stunning Wendie Malick kept it simple and stylish in a sleek black suit with a cutout top. “You know, I have this daily mantra, which is: gratitude for what remains,” she said. “There is this sense of intensity of gratitude for how much you still are able to do. Oh, I think that whole idea of sort of cherishing the day. And reminding yourself this is not a rehearsal.”
Patricia Clarkson, 63
She Said actress Patricia Clarkson stood out in a sea of black in a thigh-grazing fuchsia dress with elaborately ruffled sleeves from the Canadian design duo behind Greta Constantine. “Look at the power in this room. We are still so powerful in Hollywood,” she mused. “We’re here. We are sexy and we look really good!”