Gwyneth Paltrow radiated timeless beauty as she posed for a glossy photo shoot.
The actress, 47, flaunted her age-defying looks and svelte figure in the images that appear in ELLE’s Women in Hollywood November issue.
Modelling a black bodysuit encrusted with diamante letters and numbers underneath a purple blazer, the wellness enthusiast oozed confidence and glamour.
Gwyneth's blonde sun-kissed tresses were styled in loose waves that fell down her shoulders and her make-up was natural to enhance her gorgeous complexion.
In another image included in the spread, the American star slipped into a red silk dress as she raised her arms above her head in the stunning capture.
The issue features 10 remarkable women, including Nicole Kidman, Scarlett Johansson, and Dolly Parton, who are being honoured for the contributions to the worlds of music, film, television.
Inside the fashion publication, Gwyneth speaks about how her “ambition has been unleashed” as a company founder of Goop - which launched in 2008.
Gwyneth's appearance in the luxury magazine comes after her former beau Brad Pitt discussed how he protected his then girlfriend against the advances of disgraced movie producer, Harvey Weinstein.
Brad, 55, told CNN about how he faced up to Weinstein after Paltrow had confided in him about an "indecent encounter".
Weinstein was one of the most powerful people in Hollywood until he was accused of sexual assault by a number of women in 2017.
He has "unequivocally denied" any wrongdoing, but Paltrow has shared previously that he had made some 'unwanted advances' towards her, which she then shared with Brad.
The Once Upon A Time In Hollywood star told Christiane Amanpour how he dealt with Weinstein after Paltrow's confession, when she was a 22-year-old.
Pitt said: "At that moment, I was just a boy from the Ozarks on the playground, and that's how we confronted with things.
"I just wanted to make sure nothing was going to happen further, because she (Paltrow) was going to do two films."
Pitt met Paltrow on the set of Seven in 1994 and they began dating, getting engaged soon after.
They called time on the relationship in 1997, before Pitt could walk her down the aisle.
Paltrow recalled Pitt's "fantastic response" to Weinstein's advances during an appearance on The Howard Stern Show.
She said: "We had one instance in a hotel room where he made a pass at me, and then I really kind of stood up to him. I told my boyfriend at the time, Brad Pitt.
Paltrow continued: "I told [Pitt] right away, and I was very shaken by the thing and I had signed up to do two movies with [Weinstein].
"I was afraid, and Brad Pitt, we were at the opening of Hamlet on Broadway... and Harvey was there, and Brad Pitt, it was like the equivalent of throwing him against the wall, energetically.
"It was so fantastic, because what he did was he leveraged his fame and power to protect me at a time when I didn't have fame or power yet. He's the best."
Weinstein was fired by his own business, The Weinstein Company, in the wake of the allegations.
He pleaded not guilty in August to a new indictment that included two new charges of predatory sexual assault.
This was a development that has caused the judge to delay the start of his trial until early next year.
ELLE is out on October 22.