Looking sharp, kiddo!
Remember Elizabeth Hurley’s iconic Versace safety pin dress? When she stepped onto the red carpet at the 1994 London premiere of Four Weddings and a Funeral with then-boyfriend Hugh Grant, that revealing outfit launched the British starlet’s career.
Damian Hurley, her 17-year-old son with American businessman Steve Bing, has now put his own twist on the legendary look, 25 years later.
The young model, who stars in a new campaign for Pat McGrath Labs, attended a London event for the brand this week wearing a black Versace suit detailed with a vertical row of gold safety pins, Harper’s Bazaar reports. Consider another career officially launched.
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But that hair tho! Mom’s locks could never.
Liz, 54, rocked an updated version of the Versace pin dress for the April 2019 issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
“I was so unprepared for what happened that night,” she said of all the buzz surrounding her showstopping look at the Four Weddings premiere, which led to a major Estée Lauder campaign and roles in films like Austin Powers and Bedazzled.
“Gianni made that dress for a woman who is sure of herself and who isn’t afraid to break the rules,” said Donatella Versace of her late brother. “Liz embodied all of this in an extraordinary way.”