Joan Collins looks sensational in a floral blouse at art exhibition
Dame Joan Collins, 88, wows in an intricately embroidered jacket and sleek black ensemble during chic appearance at London art exhibition
Dame Joan Collins looked sensational as she attended the Drawing on Style Exhibition by Gray MCA at Cromwell Place in London on Wednesday.
Sporting a chic black jacket featuring red-and-green floral embroidery, the actress, 88, oozed elegance as she swept her way through the South Kensington space.
Underneath, the Dynasty star donned a frilly black top, which she combined with a coordinating pair of trousers and silver pumps.
Centre of attention: Dame Joan Collins looked sensational in a black cardigan with floral embroidery as she made a stylish arrival at an art exhibition in London on Wednesday (pictured with dancer, Eric Underwood)
Holding a black leather clutch, she sported a plunging beaded necklace and had styled her brown tresses into a bouncing coiffed hairdo.
Her berry pink lips popped against her pale skin and she donned a pair of silver star-shaped earrings.
The Golden Globe Award winner appeared to be in high spirits as she chatted away to actress Virginia Bates, photographer Ali Mahdavi, illustrator David Downton and dancer Eric Underwood.
On its website, the presentation is described as ‘a curated buying exhibition celebrating original fashion illustration by the masters of the genre from the 20th century and today.
Glamorous: The art lover attended the Drawing on Style Exhibition by Gray MCA at Cromwell Place in South Kensington
Wow! The actress, 88, oozed elegance as she swept her way through the South Kensington working space (pictured with actress Virginia Bates, left)
Having a laugh: Joan certainly seemed to be enjoying herself as she struck up conversations with her fellow guests
Show-stopping: Joan sported a plunging beaded necklace and had styled her brown tresses into a bouncing coiffed hairdo
Last month Joan paid tribute to her on-screen Dynasty husband Michael Nader.
The actor died aged 76 on August 23, 10 days after he was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
Joan wrote for the Mail On Sunday: ‘The last time I saw Michael, my husband Percy and I were on a New York rooftop celebrating New Year’s Eve with friends.
‘He looked frail and had lost his hair, but he still had that spark and charm that I remembered only too well from our first meeting.
Happy: Joan beamed as she made eye contact with photographer Ali Mahdavi
Busy bee: The Golden Globe Award winner appeared to be in high spirits as she chatted away to a group of new pals
‘Sizing him up as my future co-star all those years ago, I decided he was tall but not too tall.
‘He had black hair, but not too much of it, and he had a ‘machismo’ that I thought would blend well with Alexis’s feisty temperament.
‘Of all my Dynasty husbands, he was far and away the best looking, the best actor and the most charming, and I was extremely happy to have married him. (Sorry, Percy!)’
Michael starred as Dynasty’s Dex from 1983 to 1989, and he later appeared in All My Children from 1991 to 2001, and again in 2013.
Tribute: Last month Joan paid tribute to her on-screen Dynasty husband Michael Nader (pictured in 1985)
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