Hollywood legend Jane Fonda has revealed in a candid recent interview that she has given up on her love life as she is 'too busy'
The 82-year-old actress and activist made the plastic surgery revelation in an interview with Elle Canada.
The two-time Oscar nominee, a member of one of Hollywood's storied families, suffered respiratory failure due to lung cancer.
The duchess thought it would be "boastful" to appear on the cover herself, and instead chose "world-leading women" like Jane Fonda and Jameela Jamil to be on it.
The actress rocks Gucci and gets candid about aging in a special edition of the fashion magazine that's being praised by fans.
In an upcoming documentary about her life, Jane Fonda opens up about regretting her plastic surgery, saying she loves a 'lived-in face.' Here's why dissatisfaction is a common complaint.
"I’ll be perfectly honest. You want it to be a beautiful thing...you don’t want a lot of loose skin to be hanging when you kiss."
At the Oscars on Sunday night, we got an eyeful of the trendy shades of spring — pastels and nudes — adorned with ruffles, lace, and fringe, as there were stars whose sequins and jewels shone as brightly as the show’s bedazzled stage. But the women we often couldn’t take our eyes off were the ones in bright reds, deep blues, stark whites, and one bright Barbie pink — all bold shades worn by actresses over 40. The reason behind this wise choice is a hot tip we might all want to remember.“We were aiming for bold, proud, strong, happy!” stylist Elizabeth Stewart tells Yahoo Style about Viola Davis’s sequined pink gown from Michael Kors Collection. “And not conforming to Oscar red carpet expectations and norms.”Pink was an unexpected choice, but choosing to emphasize color is not, according to style and beauty expert Mary Alice Stephenson, founder of Glam4Good. The red of Meryl Streep’s plunging custom-made Christian Dior and Allison Janney’s Reem Acra, and the blue of Jennifer Garner’s Atelier Versace and Nicole Kidman’s Armani Privé, were calculated moves by red carpet veterans, she says.“These women all look fresh because they kept it clean and simple and all used color and shape for drama,” Stephenson says. “If you have too much going on — the over-the-top hairdos, tons of jewelry and tons of adornment on your dress — it actually ages you.”After years of awards shows and premieres, there’s probably no cut, style, or designer these actresses haven’t tried. They no longer need to experiment, and they know exactly what fits on their body.“They know that fit is everything at the Oscars,” Stephenson says. “You can have the most stunning dress, but if it doesn’t fit you right, you’ll be attacked. It won’t work.”This doesn’t mean actresses over a certain age need to wear the same style over and over. Rather, they can choose to make statements that emphasize their best assets, as Jane Fonda did in her figure-hugging white Balmain gown with its strong shoulders and edgy neckline.Younger stars have extra pressure to prove themselves in the fashion world, Stephenson explains, which is why they go in for the dresses straight from the runway. “Some of the younger women are vying for attention from fashion houses to get ad campaigns, or they are in ad campaigns,” she says.Those of us (of any age) watching from home who won’t be hitting the red carpet anytime soon can learn something important from this: When in doubt, choose color.“The truth is that often nude and those kind of colors don’t do much for skin like red or blue does, or even white,” Stephenson says. Or even, if you dare, Barbie pink.Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Jane Fonda, 80, apparently “brought sexy back” to mature ladies at the 2018 Oscars on Sunday. The legendary actress strutted the red carpet in a fitted, pearl-white beaded gown by 44 François Premier.
Jane Fonda attends the premiere of Netflix’s “Grace and Frankie” Season 4 at ArcLight Cinemas on January 18, 2018 in Culver City, California. No! And especially not when the woman is Jane Fonda. Just check out her look from Thursday night’s Grace and Frankie premiere without drooling.
Jane Fonda rocked a snakeskin-patterned suit for the season four premiere of her hit Netflix show “Grace & Frankie” on Thursday. Her wide-legged pants were fitted in at the waist with a sharp black belt and she complemented the look with a matching calf-length patterned blazer, pointed heels and a Western-inspired hat. A rather unusual look for an 80-year-old woman, but quite fitting for Fonda!Fonda, who recently had a cancerous growth removed from her lip, also sported a chin bandage — and she still managed to look divine!Click through the gallery to too see our ongoing gallery of all the times Jane Fonda rocked looks that some considered “too young” for her.Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram.
Jane Fonda threw a big 80th bash over the weekend, and the ever-unpredictable Fonda opted for a formal black suit, suspenders, a white dress shirt, and a fedora.
At last night’s LACMA Art + Film Gala, the annual benefit for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Jane Fonda stood out in particular.
L’Oréal Paris is known for its inclusivity. Despite causing controversy by dropping transgender model Munroe Bergdorf from a recent campaign, the beauty brand is still going strong with its other ambassadors.On Sunday, several famous faces took to a special beauty-based catwalk to celebrate L’Oréal’s vast make-up selection. Taking over the Champs Élysées for one of the most diverse catwalks Paris has ever seen, the celebrities wore stand-out tailored and printed designs from various French talents.There was 72-year-old Helen Mirren and 79-year-old Jane Fonda (in a major tiger print dress) alongside the likes of curvy model Iskra Lawrence and fashion’s latest It-faces Adwoa Aboah and Winnie Harlow.The singer Cheryl also made her first appearance after giving birth to son Bear, wearing a stand-out two-toned lipstick look from L’Oréal’s Balmain collaboration, while the “world’s most beautiful girl,” Thylane Blondeau, appeared almost unrecognizable in a floral dress.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
L’Oreal Paris is known for its inclusivity. Despite causing controversy by dropping transgender face Munroe Bergdorf from a recent campaign, the beauty brand is still going strong with its other ambassadors.On Sunday, several famous faces took to a special beauty-based catwalk to celebrate L’Oreal’s vast make-up selection. Taking over the Champs Élysées for one of the most diverse catwalks Paris has ever seen, the celebrities wore stand-out tailored and printed designs from various French talents.There was 72-year-old Helen Mirren and 79-year-old Jane Fonda (in a major tiger print dress) alongside the likes of plus-size model Iskra Lawrence and fashion’s latest It faces Adwoa Aboah and Winnie Harlow.Cheryl also made her first appearance after giving birth to son Bear, wearing a stand-out two-toned lipstick look from L’Oreal’s Balmain collaboration, while the ‘world’s most beautiful girl’, Thylane Blondeau, appeared almost unrecognisable in a floral dress.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Bow down to Helen Mirren’s unwavering red carpet style‘World’s most beautiful girl’ is all grown up on the Michael Kors front rowLingerie brand turns Oxford Street into a catwalk to promote body confidence
At the Emmys on Sunday night, there was so much marvelousness — from head to toe — that might have gone missed.
Though she’s worn jumpsuits for years, Jane Fonda has lately looked better than ever when embracing the style.
Kim Kardashian looked like a shining star Monday night during a secret shoot at which she wore a shimmery barely there jumpsuit. The 36-year-old reality star took to Snapchat to show off her dazzling late-night look, while her makeup artist, Mario Dedivanovic, followed up with an Instagram of the look.“She glows,” he captioned the video, with credit given to the stylist Simone Harouche, who put the look together, and hairstylist Chris Appleton, who complemented the skintight wardrobe with pin-straight hair.Fans of Kardashian are freaking out about her unbelievable look, although she is far from the first celebrity to wear the style. From Cher and Elvis Presley to the Kardashians and the Hadids, here are the best jumpsuit looks of all time.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.