Grace Jones contributes to the New Wolford Campaign as an icon

Grace Jones contributes to the New Wolford Campaign as an icon

Grace Jones posed for a sensual Wolford campaign while showing off her youthful figure in a Deep-cut white bodysuit and black heels.

The 74-year-old model, the new face of the high-end lingerie firm, showed a lot of skin in the picture, which received a lot of positive feedback from her social media fans.

Many claimed that, at first, they thought Wolford’s Instagram photographs were “throwbacks” because she seemed so young.

The organization published a stunning sequence of pictures of Jones wearing a tight black gown earlier this week, along with a text referring to her as “a style icon” that dates back to “the 1990s.”

Wolford captioned the picture, “Renowned for her distinctiveness & bold, identifiable features, donning Fatal clothing, two legendary icons reunited.”

Wolford went on to explain that the development of their cooperation was a reflection of both Jones and their “innovative and creative energy.”

Wolford’s website statement reads, “Happy to unveil a new campaign starring famed vocalist and style icon Grace Jones, whose bold sense of confidence and unique performances have influenced women for ages.”

Throughout the 1990s, Grace has reportedly made Wolford designs distinctively her own, and she embraces their iconic, forceful fashion philosophy.

Gracie Jones, who signed with the Wilhelmina Modeling Agency and rose to fame as one of the decade’s prettiest supermodels before launching successful careers in music and acting, took on the modeling industry in 2017.

I’m delighted I’m not doing it now,” she told The Guardian. “I would have left. Everybody is thin. Size 0 is comparable to the undead. Not at all sexy.”

Now I can’t become in model sizes since they’re so petite,” Gracie added. She had before claimed to be an American size eight. (because of her broad shoulders).

The vocalist first gained widespread recognition in the late 1970s as a New York City scene member during the Studio 54 disco period.

She transitioned to a more new wave sound by the 1980s, incorporating influence from reggae,  post-punk, pop, and other genres.

Jones went on to have Top Forty success with songs like I’ve Seen That Face Before, Private Life,  Enslaved Person To The Beat, and  Pull Up The Bumper because of her seductive image and fashion-forward habits.

She would also achieve popularity as an actress in the 1980s, appearing alongside Roger Moore in A View to a Kill (1985), the 14th James Bond film,  and Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1984’s  Conan the Destroyer.

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