Pamela Loves Vivienne Westwood’s Wedding Dress

It turns out Pamela Anderson Opens a New Window. is ready to get married again — and even if there’s no word on the groom she might have in mind, we know what dress she wants to wear!

The Playboy model took to Instagram on Monday, September 30, to share her love of Vivienne Westwood Opens a New Window. when the design house posted a picture of Bella Hadid Opens a New Window. closing out the Spring-Summer 2020 show on Saturday, September 28. In the comments, Anderson noted that Hadid’s crazy white dress would make for the perfect fifth wedding gown for the Baywatch actress.

“Makes me want to get married again,” she commented on the post. “But I’ve been told never again without @ndreaskronthaler permission.” The tagged Andreas Kronthaler is the Austrian creative director and husband to Vivienne Westwood.

Married four times to three men — Rick Salomon Opens a New Window. , Tommy Lee Opens a New Window. and Kid Rock Opens a New Window. — Anderson would be the one to pull of this wild and bold look for a memorable wedding day.

The gown in question is an untamed piece filled with lots of romantic qualities, such as floral details on the sheer bodice and long sleeves, as well as a giant Victorian-esque ruffled skirt.

Anderson isn’t the only one who loved the number. Hadid herself also took to social media to express her admiration. “Eternally grateful for this day,” she wrote in an Instagram post on Saturday after the show. “What a magical and talented team… everything I dreamed they would be. Completely in awe by you!” She continued to show her respect, thanking Westwood for creating “so many masterpieces.”

The 52-year-old blonde bombshell was in attendance at the SS2020 show, donning a vintage-inspired cream-colored gown with an asymmetrical hemline and a net-adorned fascinator. Overall, she oozed Old Hollywood glamour as she took note of the dress she wants for her next big day.

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Pamela at the Vivienne Westwood PFW show

She’s one of the iconic stars of 1990s series Baywatch.

But Pamela Anderson, 52, was almost unrecognisable as she exuded 40s style glamour in an asymmetric gown at the Vivienne Westwood show during Paris Fashion Week, on Saturday.

The actress looked sublime in her vintage inspired ensemble, with a white fascinator atop her head complete with netted veil.

Pamela showcased her jaw-dropping physique in the form-fitting dress, which featured a modest neckline and a single thick strap.

She flashed her tanned pins through the frock’s daring side-split, and boosted her height with light pink satin stilettos.

The television star gave a clear nod to old Hollywood glamour with her signature long blonde locks pinned up to create a voluminous jaw-length look, and her make-up finished off with a bold red lip.

Vivienne Westwood unveiled her Ready To Wear Spring-Summer 2020 collection during the show in Paris, and Pamela happily posed with the designer at the fashion event.

In June, Pamela announced she had ended her relationship with with Adil Rami, 33, after two years together.

The actress claimed he had been cheating on her with his ex-girlfriend, Sidonie Biémont, and accused him of abuse, claiming he ‘crushed’ her hands’ and ‘threw’ her around by the hair.

Adil denied her accusations of violence and infidelity, posting onto Instagram in French: ‘I wish to tell you that these accusations of violence are completely false and I can’t let them run.’

He added that he had ‘kept silent because [he] was shocked’ by the allegations and feared he couldn’t ‘speak without every word being interpreted’.

Pamela was last pictured with ex-boyfriend Adil on June 9, where they were seen taking a stroll together in Malibu, California.

The actress is mother to two sons, Brandon, 22, and Dylan, 21, with ex-husband Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee.

She was subsequently married to Kid Rock and Rick Salomon.

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Pamela Anderson Urges Toronto Film Fest to End Canada Goose Sponsorship

Pamela Anderson has brought her fight against Canada Goose’s cozy jackets, popular with Hollywood stars and filmmakers, to the Toronto International Film Festival.

The actress wrote TIFF artistic director and co-head Cameron Bailey on behalf of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals to urge that the fashion line’s sponsorship of the Canadian film fest end after this year’s edition owing to alleged animal rights abuses during the making of the puffy jackets.

Anderson pointedly asks Bailey to no longer take Canada Goose’s “blood money” as a festival sponsor. “As a proud Canadian who has been active with PETA since my days on Baywatch, I’m saddened to learn that TIFF continues to partner with Canada Goose, which sells real fur and down,” Anderson wrote in the letter obtained by The Hollywood Reporter.

The global retailer sponsors the annual $30,000 Canada Goose Award for best Canadian feature film, which is handed out during prize-giving on the final day of the fest, which is set to run Thursday through Sept. 15.

The festival in a statement took no direct view on how Canada Goose acquires its fur and down for its puffy jackets, while adding, “From TIFF’s perspective, CG is abiding by all applicable Canadian laws and continues to support Canadian and international filmmakers through a wide variety of sponsorships and investments.”

Canada Goose in a statement criticized PETA for continuing to misrepresent via Anderson and other celebrity representatives how the global retailer makes its puffy jackets: “We are disappointed that PETA continues to grossly misinform their celebrity spokespeople about our use and sourcing of fur and down and we would encourage them to do their research first and not misrepresent the facts. This scripted rhetoric continues to attempt to mislead consumers, while we remain committed to the responsible use and ethical sourcing of all materials in our products, as evidenced by our transparency standards.”

Anderson and PETA have partnered before to protest coyotes being trapped to give Canada Goose jackets a fur-trimmed hood. Anderson, a longtime animal rights activist, in July 2015 wrote an open letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin asking him to save endangered fin whales.

“I admire TIFF’s dedication to promoting gender equality in the film industry with the Share Her Journey initiative, and I hope you’ll take another progressive step to end injustice by refusing Canada Goose’s blood money,” she added in her letter to TIFF.

The Berlin International Film Festival ended its sponsorship contract with Canada Goose and its down-filled coats after its 2016 edition.

Pamela Anderson’s letter to Bailey is below.

Dear Mr. Bailey, As a proud Canadian who has been active with PETA since my days on Baywatch, I’m saddened to learn that TIFF continues to partner with Canada Goose, which sells real fur and down. I admire TIFF’s dedication to promoting gender equality in the film industry with the “Share Her Journey” initiative, and I hope you’ll take another progressive step to end injustice by refusing Canada Goose’s blood money.

Canada Goose’s “standards” allow for coyotes to suffer for days in steel traps with a broken or bleeding leg before the trapper returns to shoot or bludgeon them to death, and the company’s jackets are stuffed with the down feathers of birds who died violently. In the down industry, birds end up at the slaughterhouse, where they’re immobilized, their throats are slit, and their bodies are scalded in defeathering tanks.

Canada Goose recently removed some misleading claims of “ethical” sourcing from its website following a PETA complaint to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and the agency’s subsequent investigation. So many innovative vegan materials can be used instead, and now, hundreds of fashion companies — including Chanel, Gucci, Michael Kors, The North Face, and Versace — keep fur out of their lines.

But instead of making the switch, Canada Goose is seemingly trying to hide exactly how coyotes and birds are killed for its products. TIFF has rightfully taken its place in world cinema and can afford to be selective in its sponsorships. I urge you to make this year the last one in which you have Canada Goose as a sponsor, just as the Berlin International Film Festival cut ties with the company in 2017. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely, Pamela Anderson

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