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Sharon Stone recreates the Basic Instinct 27 years after

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Published on Nov 08, 2019

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And time of events. It is the time of glamour, red carpet, awards, and sequined. For the twenty-first consecutive year, was held yesterday November 7 at the Komische Oper Berlin, GQ Men of the Year Awards. The prestigious gala behind closed doors has presented award-winning and international personalities from the world of music, fashion, entertainment and sport.

Stealing the scene was one Sharon Stone is in great shape that, honored as woman of the year by the magazine, has decided to re-create perhaps the scene's most iconic, memorable and recognizable of his career: that of the overlapping of the legs in Basic Instinct, films, controversial erotic 1992 directed by Paul Verhoeven.

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He did it wearing a mini dress with deep V-neck by Yves Saint Laurent (creative director Anthony Vaccarello), ultra-sheer and high-heeled shoes black, shiny. Blond hair, short, and pulled back were yet another reference to the film that made it famous, and which consecrated her as the sexy icon of the Nineties. “We have all the right to be powerful and strong in any form of sexuality we have, and no one can it carries to our street,” said Sharon Stone.

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Among the award winners Bill Porter, for his contribution in the fight against masculinity, toxic, and gender roles, carried out also through clothes and style, Kim Jones, the designer of Dior Man, introduced on stage by her colleague, Stefano Pilati, and, finally, Mariano Di Vaio, who has won the award " Influencer of the Year.

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