73-Year-Old Lauren Hutton Featured In Calvin Klein Underwear Ad

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Released yesterday (Tuesday), the campaign "Calvin Klein Or Nothing At All" was directed and shot by Sofia Coppola, featuring 73-year-old American actress and model Lauren Hutton.

Style icon and legendary supermodel Lauren Hutton is pictured here in her garden at home in Venice, California.

Other female starlets who made the cut include Rashida Jones, Maya Hawke, Chase Sui Wonders and Kirsten Dunst.

"I was walking really fast because I didn't want them to hit on me", she says.

In her ad, Hutton talks about one of the "corniest pickup lines I've ever heard in my life". Calvin Klein is celebrating modern women in its latest Underwear campaign, unveiled simultaneously on the brand's Instagram page and YouTube channel. 'I'm just kind of shocked.' He described his brother as a amusing and intelligent man. Police say two of the victims may have been clients of Catholic Charities, which provides a variety of services for refugees, the homeless and those with disabilities.

See more of the campaign over on Calvin Klein's website. Kirsten Dunst describes how she was "so shocked" after her first kiss.

The women's underwear campaign comes hot on the heels of the men's, which featured the cast of Oscar-winning movie Moonlight.

She posed for a few recent J.Crew ad campaigns and walked the runway for Bottega Venetta this past September, showing the current crop of youngsters how a legend struts her stuff! We'd say that's a pretty good start.

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