Never mind rocking a bikini at 53 — here’s to gracing the cover of one of the world’s most famous fashion magazines at 81.
Jane Fonda is the cover star for British Vogue‘s “non-issue” for the month of May, a special edition produced with L’Oréal Paris that’s targeted at women age 50 and up. (Kate Moss, 45, covers the magazine’s official May cover.)
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That includes Fonda, who celebrated her 81st birthday last December. The actress — whose current show, Grace and Frankie, tackles numerous issues relevant to mature women — told the magazine that she’s proud of her age.
“I like being over the hill because I’ve discovered there’s a whole new landscape,” she shared. “I’m fond of age. I’m glad I’ve lived this long.”
The L’Oréal ambassador‘s full issue isn’t out until Friday, but a sneak peek shared by the magazine on social media shows her gracing the cover in a fringed, shoulder-baring design by Tom Ford. Inside, she’s rocking black and silver Gucci sequins and studded black boots from Azzedine Alaïa.
Fans are already raving about Fonda — who worked as a fashion model before following in father Henry Fonda’s acting footsteps — and her glam looks, with some dubbing her a “goddess” and an “icon.”
“What a woman!” gushed one commenter.
“Love it!” read another comment. “Women like Jane should be on the cover of Vogue!”
“I’m so here for this cover,” a fan wrote. “I adore the diversity of the British Vogue covers since [editor-in-chief] Edward Enninful took over. We’ve had models of all races, sizes and ages! Well done.”
“She is so goals,” added a commenter, while another wrote, “So much class!! Beautiful.”
The issue hits newsstands on Friday, April 5.
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