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Pamela Anderson serious about new demure look

Published 27/11/2016

Pamela Anderson
Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson is “really working” on developing her personal style.

Pamela Anderson is serious about maintaining her new covered-up approach to dressing.

The former Baywatch actress has never been afraid to bare some skin, given that her TV role required her to frolic in a tiny red swimsuit and the fact that she’s posed for 14 Playboy covers, including the magazine’s final nude issue last year (15).

But given her animal rights activism and work condemning the commercial fur industry through the animal rights organisation People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), Pamela has decided to undergo a makeover reflective of her current lifestyle.

“I really take what I’m doing seriously, being an activist and looking presentable and nice and not too overdone,” Pamela told Vogue.com.

The 49-year-old has recently stepped out in London in a prim houndstooth Vivienne Westwood sheath, and attended the Saint Laurent Fall 2016 show in an all-black ensemble and Valentino heels. Pamela feels more “classic” styles suit her at this stage of her life, and she’s grateful the likes of Westwood, Donatella Versace and Tom Ford continue to outfit her.

“I feel like I’ve been a muse to a lot of people, a lot of artists and some designers, and it wouldn’t necessarily be what I would choose to wear. I think now I’m really working on my personal style,” she added.

Pamela works with stylist Martina Nilsson on putting together her wardrobe. And Martina is encouraging the platinum blonde beauty to revive pieces, such as vintage garments and floral Dolce & Gabbana dresses, from her storage and implement them in her new look.

“It’s really great to mend things, share things, and pass things on,” said Pamela.

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