Pamela Anderson embraces her natural beauty at British Fashion Awards as she goes fresh-faced in a chic cream suit
- READ MORE: The stars were out in force for the British Fashion Awards 2023 held at the Royal Albert Hall in London
Pamela Anderson went fresh-faced as she attended the 2023 British Fashion Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday evening.
The model, 56, who has been embracing her natural beauty at red carpet events, wore a chic cream suit by Stella McCartney.
She looked incredible an oversized wool blazer, which she draped loosely over her shoulders and white legged trousers.
Pamela layered a distressed T-shirt underneath and topped off her outfit with a pair of black strappy heels.
The Baywatch star pulled her blonde hair back into a low ponytail and flashed a smile while posing for photos.
Pamela Anderson, 56, went fresh-faced as she attended the 2023 British Fashion Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday evening
She recently revealed the surprising reason she finds it so liberating to attend red carpet events makeup-free.
Pamela told The Daily Telegraph that scoring her own renovation show Pamela’s Garden of Eden has made her strive to show fans the ‘real’ her.
‘When I went to Paris Fashion Week, I decided not to wear makeup and I really felt like that five-year-old girl from Ladysmith who got to wear Victoria Beckham clothes,’ she said.
The Canadian born star said after doing so she was surprised to hear it reported that she was making a ‘statement’, which was never her intention.
‘I felt so free. It was not meant to be a statement, it is not world peace and I didn’t know if anybody would notice. I am not sitting in a make-up chair for three hours.
‘I looked in the mirror and said, “You are almost 60, this is good enough, just enjoy Paris and not play the game”,’ she added.
A-listers such as Beyonce, Kate Moss, Poppy Delevingne, Lily James, Jourdan Dunn and Rina Sawayama all expected to walk the red carpet at the British Fashion Awards 2023.
The event, presented by jewllery brand Pandora returned to the iconic London venue, the Royal Albert Hall on Monday evening.
The model who has been embracing her natural beauty at red carpet events, wore a chic cream suit
She looked incredible an oversized wool blazer, which she draped loosely over her shoulders and white legged trousers
The Baywatch star pulled her blonde hair back into a low ponytail and flashed a smile while posing for photos
Leading industry figures will be recognised such as Valentino Garavani with the Outstanding Achievement award, make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury with the Special Recognition Award, and the late Joe Casely-Hayford with a posthumous special recognition award.
South Londoner Kai Isaiah Jamal has been nominated for the model of the year gong along with the likes of Paloma Elsesser and Alton Mason.
The event serves as the main fundraiser for the BFC Foundation. which supports the future growth and success of the British fashion industry through its focus on education, grant-giving, and business mentoring.
The BFC is also going back to having some gender-based design awards for the first time since the pandemic, splitting the best British designers into menswear and womenswear categories.
The full list of nominees announced so far:
Model of the year
Pictured: Alton Mason
Designer of the year
Pictured: Sarah Burton
Daniel Lee for Burberry
Jonathan Anderson for JW Anderson & Loewe
Matthieu Blazy for Bottega Veneta
Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons for Prada
Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen
British Menswear Designer of the year
Grace Wales Bonner for Wales Bonner
Kiko Kostadinov for Kiko Kostadinov
Kim Jones for Dior Men
Martine Rose for Martine Rose
Steven Stokey-Daley for S.S.DALEY
New Establishment Menswear
New Establishment Womenswear
BFC Foundation Award
Special Revcognition Award for Championing Young Designer Talent
WINNER: Sarah Mower
Outstanding Achievement Award
WINNER: Valentino Garavani
Posthumous Special Recognition Award
WINNER: Joe Casely-Hayford
Special recognition Award
WINNER: Charlotte Tilbury MBE
Cultural Innovator Award
WINNER: Sam Smith
Pictured: Charlotte Tilbury
WINNER: Edward Enninful OBE
Source: Read Full Article