Designer Calvin Klein doesn't seem to think age plays a factor in whether or not one can completely slay an underwear shoot — and he is absolutely right.
Seventy-three-year-old modelling legend Lauren Hutton is one of the leading ladies in the retailer's latest campaign, entitled Calvin Klein Or Nothing At All. And she looks absolutely breathtaking in the photos.
#CurvyWednesday @CalvinKlein is known for the provocative underway campaigns. This time, a celebration of women with curves and of all ages. Our star for this campaign shall be Lauren Hutton, the 73 year old model and actress who has previously walked for well known houses catwalks. Powerful imagery from Sofia Coppola.
Along with Hutton, actress Kirsten Dunst, comedian Rashida Jones, model Chase Sui Wonders as well as some other up-and-coming stars feature in the campaign, all of whom range from the ages 18 to 73.
Sofia Coppola, who directed the ad and shot the photos, handpicked each of these stunning women for the ad. She says she finds them all to be "admirable, smart, cool, and authentic," according to Refinery29.
"I’ve really appreciated doing the opposite of a lot of lingerie ads we see," Coppola says of her work with the designer. "I think they relate to me, and to the camera, in a different way — they’re not so much like goddesses; they’re more approachable."
The little-over-a-minute long black-and-white video features each of the women lounging in their skivvies, and in typical CK style, sharing their smiles with the camera every once in a while.
Klein's last campaigned featured the male stars of the Oscar award-winning film "Moonlight," which debuted shortly after its historic win.
As for proving older women can still be fierce in fashion, there was no shortage of this representation in this year's Dries van Noten Paris Fashion Week show, as the luxury brand cast a diverse group of models who ranged from their later 30s to 50s.
"Life doesn’t end when you start getting a pension," Jan de Villeneuve, a 72-year-old model who walked in London Fashion Week recently told the Telegraph. "Older women love fashion too. I’ve always thought it would be nice if people of all ages, shapes and sizes were included because that’s more relevant to day-to-day life."