While showing off her shelter-at-home outfit for BAZAAR.com's #TurnUpNotIn, 54-year-old model Elizabeth Hurley re-created one of her most iconic looks.
Wearing the same Versace dress that she wore to the 1999 CFDA Awards, Hurley posed against a backdrop of fur blankets and a decorative screen.
This isn't the first time she's paid homage to her timeless Versace looks.
With months of quarantine under our belt (and many more to go, it seems), things can get a bit boring. Luckily for us, model and actress Elizabeth Hurley is upping the ante by re-creating one of her most glamorous Versace looks from more than two decades ago.
Hurley first wore the cowl-necked, backless dress to the 1999 Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards. The lavender, chain mail stunner also featured a high leg slit.
Today, 21 years after the glamorous affair, Hurley slipped into the same slinky number to pose for BAZAAR.com's #TurnUpNotIn project. Instead of walking down a red carpet with Hugh Grant at her side, this time around, the 54-year-old lounged in a bed of fur blankets against a decorative screen.
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This isn't the first time Hurley has revisited one of her iconic Versace looks. Years before her CFDA Awards dress, the actress attended the 1994 post-premiere party of Four Weddings and a Funeral only to stun onlookers in another Versace dress—this time a black, stretch-silk slip stitched together with the brand's signature gold safety pins.
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