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Salma Hayek opted for a classy and classical look during her stay in Lebanon to promote "The Prophet," a film she co-produced based on a book written more than 100 years ago by renowned Lebanese-American poet and philosopher Gibran Khalil Gibran. Hayek attended the screening of her film in Beirut Souks Cinema City Monday wearing a custom-made couture gown by prominent Lebanese designer Elie Saab. Over the weekend, Hayek visited the Khalil Gebran museum in north Lebanon's picturesque town of Bsharri in a floral Yves Saint Laurent top she paired with a pleated skirt.
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