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Pamela Anderson has taken her icon status to the next level. On Wednesday evening, the Baywatch babe opened the star-studded Boss runway show in Miami for the Spring/Summer 2023 collection.
The show was filled with fellow bosses and legends, including Naomi Campbell, Law Roach, Precious Lee, Candice Swanepoel, Amber Valletta, DJ Khaled, Indya Moore, and even Anderson’s son Brandon Thomas Lee, who all graced the runway.
The Broadway darling kicked off the show modeling a neutral monochromatic layered look in a beige blazer on top of a deconstructed champagne-colored button-down, worn above a sheer knit V-neck top. The blonde bombshell teamed the ensemble with matching beige pleated trousers and a pair of camel pumps.
Anderson’s hair was swept back into an effortless bun and she sported a soft, luminescent bronze complexion with a subtle smokey eye.
This wasn’t Anderson’s time down the catwalk. The actress has appeared on runways for Vivienne Westwood and Richie Rich among others. Lately, Anderson has sat in the front row at presentations for Versace and Jacquemus.
This time, she shared the spotlight with her son, Brandon Thomas Lee, whom she shares with rocker Tommy Lee. He’s flexed his modeling muscles before, and made his debut for Dolce & Gabbana alongside other “neop baby” stars like Rafferty Law and Presley Gerber. Recently, the 26-year-old made an appearance in his mom’s latest Netflix doc, Pamela, a love story, which he helped produce.
The latest “see now, buy now” assortment was unveiled before an audience of more than 500 guests, which featured Maluma, Demi Lovato, Tiffany Haddish, and Daisy Jones & The Six stars Suki Waterhouse and Camila Morrone who all sat front and center.
According to Marco Falcioni, the SVP of Creative Direction at Hugo Boss, the “see now, buy now” collection is a “fluid revisitation of the brand’s heritage tailoring while offering a ‘see now, buy now’ approach to key pieces.” He said, “One of the underlying motifs that inspired the collection is the exquisite tension that lies between contrasting elements, such as solid and fluid states; land and sea; opaque and transparent; past and present. This powerful juxtaposition serves as the cornerstone of a new exploration in prints, tones, and textures, opening the door to a world that invites a creative, visual dialogue. It is a sartorial reflection in looking back to move boldly forward into the future and embody the spirit of a true BOSS.”
Anderson has made the past year one to remember. After starring as Roxie Hart in Chicago on Broadway, she dropped her tell-all Netflix documentary, Pamela, a love story and her debut memoir, Love, Pamela. Throughout it all, she brought her signature style back in the limelight wearing a plethora of classic, yet head-turning, ensembles to promote her new projects.
Back in the day, the star was known for wearing body-hugging latex, corsets and wide-brim fuzzy hats, bringing a rocker-chic edge to full-out glam looks. Dubbed as “Pamcore,” the revitalization of Anderson’s go-to trends, like leather, metallic mesh, extreme cutouts have returned and have been recreated by a number of celebrities, including Rihanna, Kacey Musgraves and the Kardashian-Jenner family.
Now, Anderson has added chic and simplistic elements to her wardrobe, and we can’t wait to see what she wears next.