‘Not every designer will dress someone my age’ Says Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour
Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour has been glorifying red carpets for about five decades, but that hasn’t made it any easier for her to find fashion designers to dress her these days.

Seymour, who got fame as Bond girl Solitaire in the 1973 James Bond film “Live and Let Die,” disclosed that her fashion options have diminished as she ages.

“I was never paid by a designer to wear anything, although nowadays not every designer will dress someone my age,” she revealed to Britain’s The Guardian Tuesday.

Her solution? Just regenerate her stylish wardrobe, which is a common taboo in Hollywood Industry.

“I don’t care whether re-wearing clothes is acceptable or not – if I’m feeling the dress and the occasion, and if it fits, then I’ll wear it again,” Seymour said.

The grapple to find designers is somewhat new to “The Kominsky Method” star. In her heyday, Seymour told that she was loaned gowns from good designers, including Gianni Versace, who let her borrow pieces that he made for his sister, Donatella because they wore the exact size.

In spite of being the challenge of searching something to wear, Seymour told Playboy she feels “sexier” now than she did when she was younger after posing for the adult magazine for the third time last year. (She previously posed for the magazine’s twice in July 1973 and January 1987 issues.)

“There’s enormous freedom in having lived as long as I have. Like my father used to say, I’m comfortable in my own skin,” she added.