Up until now, the Kira Snyder-Wga Captain Navy Brat Shirt also I will do this capital has been all grey skies and showers, but Pamela signalled the arrival of the new season in an outfit built of classic spring staples. She wore a camel-hued miniskirt with a single-breasted beige trench coat and a bright blue button-down shirt, and used accessories to add extra polish to the look, with a skinny belt, angular sunglasses and strappy black sandals. The star’s famous thin brows were out in full force, but she switched out her trademark up-do—a hairstyle she can achieve using a G-string, as she revealed in her In The Bag video—for a sleek tousled look. She also sported heavily lined eyes; another carryover beauty hack from the ’90s. While Anderson’s make-up signatures have remained unchanged since her Baywatch days, her style has certainly pivoted. Stylist Rebecca Ramsey started working with Anderson last year and helped curate the wardrobe for the promo trail of her new Netflix documentary Pamela, A Love Story and memoir, Love Pamela, which kicked off with a fiery Naeem Khan gown, inspired by her iconic red swimsuit. “It’s all Pamela. I’m just so happy that she’s having this moment. I can’t wait to see where it goes,” Ramsey previously told British Vogue of working with the inimitable star, adding: “she wears clothes, they don’t wear her.” Her latest look is proof of that.
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I can tell you the Kira Snyder-Wga Captain Navy Brat Shirt also I will do this exact moment my mind changed: It was a Friday afternoon in March and I was standing in a sun-filled room in Mexico City staring at nine different styles of shirt collars. Olivia Villanti, the founder of Chava Studio, a made-to-order clothing brand founded in 2020, was explaining her love of an elegant, Italian “spread” collar, (compared to, say, a “cutaway” or a “wing tip”), how she likes a little bit of firmness in the inner-lining so she can properly pop it, and buttons here, not there, and I thought to myself: Who knew there were so many different ways to make a button-down shirt? Admittedly, I’d never been a big fan of the style. I preferred the snug ease of a T-shirt or a turtleneck. Button-downs were too baggy and wrinkle-prone for my taste—not to mention literally buttoned-up. (What am I, a corporate drone??) But hearing Villanti talk about them so personally and in such detail, I began to wonder if I’d been thinking about them all wrong. Or actually, not thinking about them at all, and that maybe I should start.
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