Vera Wang, 72, rocks silver tank dress at Vogue's 'Elvis' premiere: 'Do you age?'

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US fashion designer Vera Wang attends the world premiere of HBO Documentary Films
Vera Wang attended Vogue's "Elvis" premiere in a silver metallic slip gown. (Photo by ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images)

Vera Wang has fans convinced that she "doesn't age" after sharing a photo of her latest red carpet look.

On Sunday, the 72-year-old took to Instagram to show off what she wore to the Vogue premiere of Baz Luhrmann's latest blockbuster, "Elvis."

To watch the 159-minute cinematic extravaganza, the fashion designer rocked a floor-length silver metallic tank dress. Her raven-coloured locks cascaded down her back, and she accessorized with a black Balenciaga handbag and oversized sunglasses.

"On my way in my long silk silver lame tank top dress trying to look cool for Baz Luhrmann’s NYC Vogue premiere of his latest masterpiece, Elvis. Cocktails await…….and don't wait to see it!" she captioned the photo.

Wang's post was quickly met with a slew of comments praising her ageless look.

"So chic. So gorgeous. So youthful. Do you age? What's your secret?" asked a fan.

"You've accomplished the mission of looking elegant, glamorous and cool all at the same time," wrote another follower. "You're looking totally amazing and confident!"

"OK Vera!" added another, along with a fire emoji. "Ageless queen alert!"

"Nailed this look! Is reverse aging a thing? You are always so beautiful and fun and fresh!" said another fan.

This isn't the first time that the designer has stunned fans with her youthful glow.

In May, the fashion fanatic attended the Hot Pink Party hosted by the the Breast Cancer Research Fund (BCRF) in New York City. Wang posted a picture of her sparkly pink gown with a dramatic plunging neckline, which she accessorized with a matching headpiece, diamond necklaces and edgy black nail polish.

The evening raised a record-breaking $8.5 million to support the BCRF, the largest private contributor to breast cancer research in the world founded by Evelyn Lauder in 1993.

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