Joan Collins isn’t a fan of fake butts.
During a conversation in the latest issue of Interview magazine, designer Tom Ford asked the legendary 85-year-old actress what she “think[s] of this new body type of having butt implants and these gigantic busts with tiny waists.”
The “Dynasty” star good-naturedly responded, “I find it bizarre, but every generation has its ideal woman, doesn’t it? Venus de Milo had a tummy.”
“Yes, but that was real,” Ford countered. “Now they have these implants. We’re maybe in a post-human phase where you can just create yourself to be whatever object you want to be.”
Collins’ response? “I do wonder when I see those girls with cement put in their derrières what they are going to look like when they’re 60 or 70 years old … It has to fall!”
The “American Horror Story” actress has similarly strong thoughts on the way young starlets are dressing these days.
“I loved the ’80s, and I still love the clothes. I won’t wear anything unless it’s got a full shoulder, or off-the-shoulder,” Collins told Ford. “I’m not the jeans-and-t-shirt type. Particularly torn jeans; I think that’s disgusting… You know, if every actress in Hollywood wants to go around in torn jeans looking like they haven’t bothered — except that they’ve bothered a lot — then I don’t want to follow the herd.”
Collins should probably encourage this look, however, as it just means more shoulder pads and lamé for her.
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