Thursday 25 December 2014

Pamela Anderson poses nude in French photoshoot...on silver anniversary of first Playboy cover

Aishling Phelan

Published 21/03/2014 | 08:55

Pamela Anderson posing for Purple Magazine

Legendary pin-up Pamela Anderson has posed nude again - 25 years after her first Playboy cover.

The 46-year-old has proved that some women just improve with age in a photoshoot for French magazine Purple.

The iconic model showed off her body that is the envy of women half her age, rolling around in just faux fur and skyscraper heels.

The black and white stills were captured by acclaimed photographer Sante D'Orazio for Purple Magazine.

The magazine’s website crashed as soon as the stunning photographs were posted.

Anderson, who is set to star in Werner Herzog’s upcoming film Vernon God Little, has worked hard to get her svelte body in shape.

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The actress reclines back in one image over a faux fur shawl and illustrates her sculpted body.

Gold strappy heels and vintage style furniture add a touch of glamour to the shoot.

The former Baywatch star, known for her tumbling blonde locks, is currently sporting an elegant crop hairdo.

The neat hairstyle was accompanied by a striking make-up look with her pretty pink lips and smoky eyes with lashings of mascara.

In an interview with the magazine, the starlet opened up about her dramatic new hairstyle.

‘‘I like to be bold. It wasn’t planned. I’d worked with Deborah Anderson; they shot me in short, dark wigs.

‘‘The make-up artist Autumn Moultrie told me I should shave my head — show my face more.

‘‘'I told Paul Desmarre of Christophe Salon Beverly Hills to come to my house later and cut it. Three hours later and voila!’’ she said.

 

She said the haircut was part of a personal transformation.

‘‘Not to get too personal, but it really helped me get out of a “situation” that was not right, no matter how hard I wanted to believe otherwise.

‘‘My family and dearest friends didn’t bat an eye. I’m surprised we’re even talking about this and at all the attention it’s generated. I’m grateful, though; the response has been shockingly positive,’’ she said.

The model said her new look has impacted on her career moves.

‘‘This haircut convinced a lot more people [laughs]. It has struck a chord. It amazes me — even in love — how it’s changed everything and encouraged real soul connections, less superficiality,’’ she said.

She has been donning the new image since last year when she cut her hair off, leaving it into a short Mia Farrow circa 1960s style.

For more, visit the Purple magazine website here.

 

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