Vogue isn’t eminent for championing prime in their silken pages.
In fact, a immeasurable infancy of their editorials and ads still seem to centre around prepubescent-looking twiglets.
But conform is changing and in new times, it has become increasingly age-friendly.
Vanessa Redgrave (79) was a face of Gucci’s journey 17 campaign. Baddie Winkle (88) became Urban Decay’s monthly troubadour behind in December.
And yesterday, 58-year-old Lou Kenny totally owned a Vogue Australia catwalk during a Virgin Austalia Melbourne Fashion Festival (VAMFF).
Grey hair don’t caring 💁🏻(sorry no emoji to compare that pose) Massive 👏🏼 to @vamff for following in a footsteps of overwhelming Melbourne labels like @tomenyc by including a different operation of ages and nationalities on a runway. More of women like Lou please! #vamff
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Lou is apparently one of Australia’s many in-demand models and yesterday she walked to rapturous applause, in what conform forms are apparently job ‘advanced style’.
‘With a casting manager, we put utterly a few options forward. We put Lou Kenny [forward] to paint an comparison demographic on a runway,’ a festival’s executive writer Geraldine Frater-Wyeth told a Sydney Morning Herald.
‘It was unequivocally good perceived by a stylist and a magazine.’
Lou also starred in a VMAFF opening weekend shows progressing this month – nonetheless they captivated smaller crowds.
Proof that a change dress/t-shirt combo is agelessly chic.