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Actress Demi Moore says turning 60 in November is “liberating” and she feels “more alive and present than ever.”
The actress recently launched her new swim line with Andie Swim and modeled the designs that are made to empower women of all ages.
Moore admitted that in her own home, she prefers fashion that is relaxed and comfortable, like overalls.
“Not being defined by a number and instead being defined by my experience. You hit 59 and you’re already thinking, ‘Well, I’m going to be 60.’ It feels very liberating. When I think of my grandmother at 60, she in a way seemed to be already resigned to being old. But I feel, in so many ways, more alive and present than ever,” she told People.
And to celebrate her age, the G. I. Jane actress recently partnered with inclusive swimwear brand, Andie, and modeled her very own designs for the campaign. The message she hopes to share with women through her swimsuits is that it’s okay to break the rules about what you can wear as the years go by.
“It’s changing the idea that women become less desirable as we get older,” the Ghost actress told People. “We don’t want to look matronly or not feel sexy.”
Moore announced the partnership with Andie Swim on Instagram earlier this month with multiple photos looking so toned while modeling swimsuits from her new line on the French Riviera. She dropped the remaining pieces from her collection earlier this week.
From high-waisted two-pieces to classic one-pieces to sexy bikinis and modest tankinis, the line is designed for every style. The General Hospital actress previously told People the line is designed to cater to “the things that women feel sensitive about, whether it’s their tummy or other areas of the body.”
She added, “They don’t want to to look matronly or not feel sexy or desirable. That was really something in my own mind, which is changing this idea that we become less desirable as we get older.”
But this isn’t Moore’s first foray into fashion. The actress admitted that she loves to play with her clothing at home, even if it’s in her sweats. “I do appreciate fashion, and I have a relationship with designers who I respect and admire,” she told People. “But I still feel like a little kid who gets to dress up and who I am at heart is a grubby 12-year-old boy who really likes to just be comfortable and wear baggy clothes.”
The actress spent the majority of her time during the COVID-19 pandemic in her Idaho home, where she opted for comfortable clothes, like overalls, to get her through the day.
“When I’m in Idaho, it’s generally overalls all day, every day,” Moore told People. “That’s as much me as wearing a super-gorgeous red carpet gown or chic designer outfit front row at fashion week.”
“It is a mutual exchange of style inspiration,” Moore said. “When they’re being themselves, that’s the most inspiring for me. I saw my youngest daughter wearing this vintage Japanese silk robe out, and I look at it and said, ‘Is that from my storage?’ And she said, ‘Yes, I liberated it.’ At the end, it’s going to all go to them anyway, so why not let them dip in?”
We can’t wait to see all Moore does over the new and exciting decade!
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