Embodying the art of ageing gracefully, English actress Jacqueline Bisset looked flawless at 73 as she stepped out for the premiere of the new film The Seagull.
The Bond girl wore a black midi dress, which nipped her in at the waist with a thin black leather belt. Bisset matched the fitted dress with a black blazer — adding a sophisticated flair to the outfit.
She completed the ensemble with a matching black bag, bellet flats and stockings. She wore her brunette locks out for the occasion and opted for simple accessories — a silver necklace and a pair of silver loop earrings.
Bisset kept her makeup minimum completing a natural look that complemented her fair complexion.
The brunette beauty, who will be turning 74 in September, has famously said she has no interest in undergoing plastic surgery.
In a 2014 interview, Bisset said, “I made a choice a while ago that I wanted to age gracefully and actually have my own face. I wanted to have all my muscles moving and I wanted to be able to play older and younger and all of the above.”
And in her Golden Globes acceptance speech, in 2014, (for her performance in mini-series Dancing On The Edge) the actress revealed her secret to lasting beauty.
Bisset started her career as an actress and a model in the late 1960s. She has starred alongside the likes of Frank Sinatra, Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, Ryan O’Neal, Charles Bronson and Christopher Plummer.
Once hailed by Newsweek magazine as “the most beautiful film actress of all time”, it was scenes of her swimming underwater in the 1977 film The Deep that inspired the worldwide wet t-shirt craze.
Bisset has starred in a variety of films including Bond satire film Casino Royale (1967), playing Miss Goodthighs, Murder on the Orient Express (1974), Rich and Famous (1981), and Who is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? (1978), which earned her a Golden Globe nomination as Best Actress in a Comedy.