Here's a little article about the event. It was at some local restaurant and looked kind of small compared to what we are use to with Hollywood type events. Pics at link:
Claudia Gerini, Madalina Ghenea, Chiara Francini ... The winners of the Premio Afrodite 2013
It took place on June 25, 2013, within the local Mo Mo Republic of Rome, the twelfth edition of Aphrodite, the recognition given to women who have distinguished themselves in Italy working in the audiovisual and culture. Among the actresses, producers, directors and writers who have received the "statue" were also Claudia Gerini , Madalina Ghenea and Chiara Francini, who made a show of elegance and class to an evening all female.
Claudia, fresh Taormina Film Fest , where he presented Tulpa - Perdizioni mortals , a thriller shot by her husband, received the award wearing a casual dress, two-tone, coordinated sandals pump and a beauty fresh look, with her hair and light pink lipstick. Also another award, the protagonist of You and I by Bertolucci Tea Falco , chose a casual look. Unlike Claudia, however, Tea has staked everything on the new trends: maxi skirt and wavy hair shiny and enhanced by the effect faded. A true it-girl! Classic but elegant, however, Monica Guerritore, which has bet on a simple black pantsuit.
Definitely more red carpet Madalina Ghenea: the beautiful Romanian transplanted in Italy, seen just before the evening stroll to Rome with her boyfriend Gerard Butler , wore a sheath dress Herve Leger signed powder very similar to that already seen on Miranda Kerr . The intense smokey eye is well coordinated with eye-catching earrings for a refined and luminous effect.
Very elegant yet another award, Anna Foglietta, with an evening dress two color strapless and a delicate crop with side parting. The other awards went to Sandra Milo, in a very lively orange dress and gaudy jewelry, and Maria Sole Tognazzi, Eleonora Andreatta, Annalisa De Simone and Elena Bouryka.
Bulgari Prize awarded to Chiara Francini, gorgeous in a blush-colored lace dress and make up pronounced, very feminine.
Long live women!