Hello sunshine! Freida Pinto stuns in a yellow gown and 9ct diamond earrings at Independent Spirit Awards
She will make a huge impact with her 'no food waste' initiative at the Oscars on Sunday.
But on Saturday, all the attention was on Freida Pinto as she hit the 32nd Independent Spirit Awards carpet for an entirely different reason.
The 32-year-old actress - who was a presenter - brought the sunshine in a yellow lace dress that ensured all eyes would be on her at the award ceremony, held seaside in Santa Monica.
Trophy: Freida Pinto, 32, wore a golden-yellow lace illusion dress to the 32nd Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday in Santa Monica, California
Team work! Freida and actor Trevante Rhodes present an award together
The gorgeous activist for women's rights looked like a proper trophy in a golden yellow Uel Camilo dress, fresh off the Spring 2017 runway.
The pretty little number featured long sleeves that bared Freida's lithe shoulders.
Sheer nude mesh held together the delicate fabric to give the appearance of crawling up the Slumdog Millionaire star's chest and revealed a good amount of skin.
All eyes on her: The 32-year-old actres presented the award for Best International Film at the seaside award show in Santa Monica
Whimsical: Though the floral design reached her knees, it allowed for a peak at the Indian actress's shapely legs
Though the floral design reached her knees, it allowed for a peak at the Indian actress's shapely legs.
Pinto complemented the golden dress with a pair of metallic gold barely-there heels and matching rectangular box clutch.
She was decked out in yellow 9-carat total weight diamond drop earrings and a large diamond ring on her left index finger by jewelry line Harry Kotlar.
The Mumbai native's dark brown mane was pulled back into a loose up-do.
Matchy matchy! Pinto complemented the golden dress with a pair of metallic gold barely-there heels and matching rectangular box clutch.
This year, the Blunt Force Trauma star has teamed up with an organization called Copia and the people behind the biggest Oscar weekend parties to 'recover excess food and deliver it to communities most in need in Los Angeles.'
'Our aim is to ensure that no one goes hungry in our film and TV town of Los Angeles by recovering leftover foods from all of our big parties and events,' she told Vanity Fair earlier this month.
Pretty people: The Mumbai native posed with actor Orlando Bloom at the table
This year, the star has teamed up with Copia and the people behind the biggest Oscar weekend parties to ensure no food will be wasted
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