Pamela Anderson, 55, Poses In A Barely-There Dress And No Makeup

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  • Pamela Anderson, 55, just posted a batch of stunning bare-faced photos on Instagram.

  • She showed off her toned abs while posing in a stunning, barely-there dress with cutouts.

  • Anderson shared her thoughts on “getting old” and going makeup-free in the caption, and fans were inspired.

Between her book, Love, Pamela, which debuted on January 31 and her new Netflix documentary, Pamela, A Love Story, Pamela Anderson has been baring it all lately. The 55-year-old star recently took to Instagram to reveal more than just her toned abs, sharing thoughts on aging and beauty in a new bare-faced photoshoot that fans absolutely loved.

In the first shot, Anderson wore a thin, form-fitting, floor-length gown with a large cutout from her hip to her stomach, showing off her toned abs. The following photos zeroed in on her radiant, makeup-free complexion where the star showed off her freckles.

Though she’s revealed her favorite concealer and other beauty products in the past, she says these days she likes going “without makeup.”

“I’d rather show my freckles…It’s fun getting old. It’s a relief. And at a certain age we just look younger and fresher without makeup,” she wrote. “This is me—I’m happy with who I am right now. It’s a new world and I’m very grateful for all of the love.”

Stars and fans alike were floored by Anderson’s raw beauty. fans-react-instagram-photo/” data-ylk=”slk:Elizabeth Hurley;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link “Elizabeth Hurley dropped a string of “❤️” emojis under the post while actress Mindy Sterling wrote “great freckles. Loved your documentary. Thank [you] for your honesty and sharing.”

“I admire and thank you so much for growing beautifully old naturally

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London Fashion Week Fall 2023: Burberry And JW Anderson Look Back With Pride

Expectations were high for this season’s London Fashion Week (LFW). A collective anticipation was palpable as guests sat back for Daniel Lee’s Burberry debut, JW Anderson’s dive into the archives, and what calendar mainstays had cooked up for the capital’s fashion crowd. 

What became clear early on in the schedule was that gimmicks were out. The industry waved goodbye to its previous penchant for spectacle-filled seasons, and welcomed a paired-back approach of quiet pragmatism. 

Following previous seasons packed with viral-worthy performances, designers chose to focus their attention on honing their craft.

Molly Goddard (whose collection generated $21,000 Instagram Earned Media Value (EMV), according to influencer marketing platform Lefty) invited her circle into the intimate setting of her namesake label’s atelier, where she presented a scaled-back display of the designs that have solidified her presence as a LFW pillar. 

Goddard’s preppy, tulle goodness underwent a toned-down rebrand, with the designer opting to revisit the ideas of simplicity and origin in her work. Show notes from the presentation read, “It’s not about drama or optics, but wearability and the joy of dressing.” 

Molly Goddard AW23 collection features sophisticated knitwear and tulle dresses. Photo: Molly Goddard

Influential names like Goddard prioritized streamlining over optics, showing that — this time — designers were calling for compliments for the clothes, rather than paying attention to what would make the rounds on TikTok. 

Even on Sunday, which boasted some of the biggest names of the week, London got the memo that flamboyant fashion needs a break. Sleepy models in smiley-face rompers weaved through the audience at JW Anderson, as street-cast faces chose comfort at Burberry on Monday evening, clutching checkered hot water bottles while swaddled in fur robes. 

Both designers decided to look back at their houses’ respective archives. Jonathan Anderson pulled references from his

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