Pamela Anderson pairs micro miniskirt with oversized trench coat at fashion launch
Pamela Anderson, 55, looked stylish in a micro miniskirt and oversized trench coat as she attended a fashion event.
The model wowed in the chic ensemble at the launch party of designer Tommy Hilfiger's collaboration with singer Shawn Mendes.
She could be seen posing on arrival at the London dinner evening in a beige mini with a skinny black belt and loose but formal blue shirt tucked in.
To finish off her look, the bare-legged star wore a maxi beige trench draped over her shoulders and a pair of strappy black heels.
As Anderson left the event, also attended by the likes of Alexa Chung and Jourdan Dunn, she donned a pair of large black sunglasses.
The star has made a comeback to the celebrity fashion world since the release of her Netflix documentary Pamela: A Love Story in January, which was produced by her eldest son Brandon, 26, from her marriage to ex-husband Tommy Lee – the couple also share son Dylan, 25.
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The candid film traces her 55-years from childhood trauma to her transforming into one of the world's most famous blonde bombshells in the last 30 years. Anderson also reveals turbulent marriages and the devastating impact of the theft of an intimate sex tape.
Earlier this month, the former Baywatch TV star was given the honour of opening the Hugo Boss spring/ summer 2023 show in Miami, where she lead the catwalk.
Anderson's outing in a miniskirt comes after Davina McCall, also 55, admitted struggling with finding the confidence to wear a shorter hemline – because she worried people might think she was too old.
In November, the presenter told OK! magazine that she avoided them in her 40s because "I just thought my legs couldn’t carry it off".
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McCall continued: "My legs look worse than they did in my 40s and my skin is crepey but I don’t care! I think I look fabulous.
“There’s been a wonderful surge of body positivity. My two daughters have got me following influencers on YouTube and TikTok who are showing off bodies of all shapes and sizes. It’s amazing."
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