'Sex and the City' star Kim Cattrall, 66, steams it up in strapless mini-dress at Glamour Women Awards
Kim Cattrall received the Screen Icon Award for her groundbreaking work in the industry
LONDON, UK: Celebrities from the music, fashion, and entertainment industries graced the star-studded red carpet during the 2022 Glamour Women of the Year Awards in London on Tuesday, November 8. 'Sex and the City' star Kim Cattrall made a statement on the red carpet by donning a chic black mini-dress.
Rita Ora, Cynthia Erivo, and Ashley Roberts were among the celebs who attended the event with Cattrall. The 66-year-old 'Sex and the City' alum stood out at the event, wearing a David Koma plexi tire chic black mini-dress with a strapless top studded with sequins. The star showcased her toned legs in a pair of black peep-toe glitter heels and accessorised with a chunky dark bracelet while her blonde hair was styled in loose waves.
In addition to making a statement with her evening dress, Cattrall received the Screen Icon Award for her groundbreaking work in the industry, which included playing the iconic Samantha Jones on 'Sex and the City'.
The 'How I Met Your Father' star was also pictured alongside boyfriend Russell Thomas, who she has been dating since 2016. She recently opened up about her relationship with Thomas. "We kind of liked each other, we kept in touch and then he came out to Vancouver," Cattrall told People. "It was very brave of him because we didn't really know each other other than having a few meals together. But he came and we got along great, and we've been together ever since! It's just so easy," said Cattrall, who was previously married three times. "I'm very comfortable around him. He's a firecracker and he's got a wicked sense of humor. And he's easy on the eyes!"
Before the award ceremony, Deborah Joseph, the European Editorial Director of Glamour, and Cattrall sat down for an interview about the actress's experience of playing strong and sexually explicit characters as a woman in the industry. "I experience [misogyny] every day, especially when I'm by myself," Cattrall stated in the interview. "But when I'm with my partner, other men know I have back up—and I hate it that, even these times, this is still the case. I get treated differently when I'm with a man, especially my partner," she continued. "It's very condescending that, as women, we're still treated differently, especially at work. I want to have a conversation. I have 50 years' experience, I have something to give, which is beneficial to the end result. But change takes a long time. And misogyny isn't something that happens occasionally. It's prevalent and it's hurtful."