Dame Helen Mirren continues to have fun with style, hitting the catwalk in an incredible metallic look during Paris Fashion Week.
The actor, 78, showed off a bold, crimped hairstyle as she rocked the runway for the L’Oreal spring/summer 2024 show.
Wearing a bronze, sequinned gown with dramatic sleeves that trailed behind her, the Golda star, appeared at the Walk Your Worth event, which also featured Kendall Jenner, Elle Fanning and other famous faces of the beauty brand.
Proving that age is no barrier to style, Mirren looked every inch a golden goddess while strutting her stuff on the catwalk.
In the fabulously fun look, Mirren's hair was blow dried into an oversized style as she showcased the off-the-shoulder shimmering gown.
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Of course it isn't the first time Mirren has delivered an age-defying appearance at Paris Fashion Week.
Back in 2021 she stole the spotlight at the L'Oréal Paris looking razor sharp in an embellished, monochrome trouser suit, with fans praising the star's look on social media.
"Dame Helen Mirren spent Sunday afternoon looking fierce on the catwalk for L'Oreal in their latest show at Paris Fashion Week," one wrote.
“STILL THINKING ABOUT HELEN MIRREN IN PARIS FASHION WEEK,” another added.
"Dame Helen Mirren is a goddess," yet another agreed.
Last year she also experimented with dopamine dressing at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, opting for a vibrant green paisley skirt, paired with a crisp white button-down shirt.
Not one to be left uncomfortable, the star donned pink suede ballet flats for the occasion, and swept her signature white hair back to reveal dangling earrings.
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The outfit and her appearance at CinemaCon came after the actor also landed the cover of People magazine’s Beautiful Issue, shot by Andrew Eccles, in a grey long-sleeved top, with a ruffled waistcoat on top.
Her signature white hair swept back to show her natural make-up, which, as one of the brand’s spokespeople, was all L’Oreal Paris.
"I love the word 'swagger' because I think swagger means I’m confident in myself, I'm presenting myself to the world, I’m enjoying the world around me,” she told the publication.
"I think what is called the beauty industry should be called the swagger industry,” she added. “We’re giving people swagger."
The British actor has certainly built up her swagger over the years, not only on screen – with some 140 credits over 55 years – but off, too.
The star was later seen donning a pair of multi-coloured wide-leg trousers, which she paired with another white button-down shirt (this time in broderie anglaise, and with a vibrant orange vest underneath), as she stepped out in Las Vegas following her appearance at CinemaCon.