Nothing gets between her and her Calvins.
Unless it’s more Calvins.
Brooke Shields is showing the world that, at 52, she has not missed a beat.
The model and actress shared a new, racy photo to her Instagram page from the new issue of issue of Social Life Magazine on Friday that showed her modeling Calvin Klein lingerie.
Shields first connected with the fashion designer when she was 15-years-old in a controversial ad campaign where she said “You wanna know what comes between me and my Calvins? Nothing.”
Calvin Klein CEO Steve Shiffman told the New York Post’s Page Six ten days ago that the company would be reuniting with Shields for a new ad campaign, but he was mum on the specifics.
“We are going to be working with Brooke again very soon,” he told the paper.
Back in 2015, the model told Fox News that she is still able to get into her jeans.
“It’s not pretty, but if I lie down, and I suck in, I can get ‘em zipped up,” she said. “I did it once, and I proved something to myself. I’m not sure what. And then I folded them back, put them in the archives, and then gave the other pair to the Met.”
“I have to work at it,” she said. “It doesn’t come easily to fit into anything. I spin and I do yoga and, you know, if I limit myself with alcohol I usually lose weight. And if I stop eating pasta and bread I usually lose weight.”
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