The 49-year-old Oscar winner stepped out in style for Essence's Black Women of Bond Tribute at the California African American Museum in Los Angeles on Tuesday, where she looking absolutely stunning in a flowing, light blue sleeveless gown.
The event was held in association with the African American Film Critics Association, to honor the black actresses who have contributed to the indelible film legacy of the James Bond franchise, with the latest installment, Spectre, hitting theaters Nov. 6.
Berry became a Bond girl in 2002 when she starred as Jinx Johnson in Die Another Day, in which she famously recreated the original Bond girl Ursula Andress' iconic stepping-out-of-the-ocean scene.
The mother-of-two, is as stunning as ever and from the looks of it she hasn't aged a day since stepping out of the water in that orange bikini 13 years ago. ET was at the tribute, where Berry -- who appeared to be wearing a cocktail ring on her ring finger -- appeared to be in good spirits for the special evening.