Legendary Jane Fonda In New L’Oréal Paris Campaign

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The L’Oréal Paris campaign for upcoming ‘Pure Reds’ lipstick collection

You can’t have a blog focusing on fancy and not talk about Jane Fonda as often as possible. Because she exemplifies it. And I’ll keep on saying it over and over and over. Jane Fonda is incredible. She’s pretty much ageless. And now at 76, she once again looks better than ever. Sure she’s had a couple of admitted facelifts but she doesn’t look strange or like she’s trying too hard. She just looks good. And she looks like herself. Fonda stars in the new L’Oréal Paris campaign in preparation for the launch of their new Pure Reds lipstick collection (available spring 2015).

Even while posing with fellow actors and models (and fellow L’Oréal ambassadors), Zoe Saldana, Eva Longoria, Blake Lively, Julianne Moore, Freida Pinto, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Laetitia Casta, Liya Kebede and Natasha Poly, Jane shines. Because she’s a legend! Love the styling of the shoot too. I love red lipstick and it definitely stands out with the all-white looks.

In contrast to her all-white look for L’Oréal Paris, the living legend wore head-to-toe black at the recent premiere of her new film, This Is Where I Leave You. And of course she looked chic as always. Love the skinny high-waisted tuxedo inspired black pants which she paired with a see-through sequin black blouse. For accessories, Fonda went with long gold rectangular earrings and a killer cocktail ring on one hand. It was perfection. This is a good looking outfit. It’s ageless, timeless, chic and fancy. It doesn’t get much better than that. And it sure doesn’t get much fancier than Jane Fonda.

Images above via zimbio.com (Kevin Winter)

And check out the behind-the-scenes video of the new L’Oréal Paris campaign, below.

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