She’s become a fashion icon thanks to her ageless style, and Jane Fonda certainly didn’t disappoint as she stepped out in an all-black outfit to host the annual GCAPP EmPower Party in Atlanta on Thursday.
The actress, 80, looked sensational in her glamorous attire, but eagle-eye fans would realise that Fonda had worn this exact outfit before.
Fonda opted for a chic all-black outfit for the event, choosing sparkly trousers, matched perfectly with a skin-tight black top. The Monster-In-Law star wore her blonde locks in a curly style for the event, and kept her makeup fresh with a soft pink lip and a hint of blush.
Although this isn’t the first time that Fonda has stepped in this combo, she made a few subtle differences, by adding a colourful necklace, and removing the chunky belt she previously wore with the outfit. Fonda completed her look with a trendy pair of black heels.
Like many Baby Boomers, Fonda appears to adhere the idea of getting the most out of your garments — no matter how much money you might have. Jane first wore the outfit in September when she attended the premiere of Jane Fonda In Five Acts in Los Angeles.
The new documentary provides viewers with an intimate perspective on the star’s incredible life. Whether it be insights into her award-winning acting career, her role as a sex icon, her political activism, or her time as one of the world’s most influential fitness gurus, the film promises to give viewers a taste of Jane they haven’t seen before.
Fonda proved she is every bit a fashion icon as she showed off yet another stylish outfit during a special radio interview in New York City last month.
The 80-year-old stepped out in a stunning, floor-length leopard print coat for the SiriusXM’s Town Hall series, which features intimate gatherings with celebrities and important public figures.
Fonda recently opened up to People magazine about her mother’s suicide and the heart-wrenching turn of events endured throughout her childhood.
“As a child, you always think it was your fault… because the child can’t blame the adult, because they depend on the adult for survival,” she told People. “It takes a long time to get over the guilt.”
She also revealed that she learned a lot about her own mother while writing her memoir My Life So Far, including her bipolarity. She said: “When you go through that kind of research… if you can come to answers, which I was able to do, you end up being able to say, ‘It had nothing to do with me.”