Brooke Shields slips into a new pair de jeans.
The actress is wearing fresh denim to Jordache's Spring 2022 campaign. It was shot by Cass Bird, styled by Deborah Watson. For one of the stunning snaps, the 56-year old went topless.
"We are excited about working with Brooke Shields," Liz Berlinger, President at Jordache, stated to Fox News Digital in an email sent Wednesday.
Berlinger said that Jordache is a fashion icon. We have seen her evolve from a young girl to an amazing woman, mother, and entrepreneur. She has always been authentic and an inspiration for women all over the world.
"You've got the Look" is a campaign that promotes body positivity and inclusion. The campaign will feature everyday women and influencers recreating some of the iconic poses.
Shields told People magazine she was only 15 when she last modelled for major denim campaigns.
The actress said, "I appreciate it more now." It's an honor to be my age, and be represented. It's more overwhelming. It's more like a privilege than a job.
Shields said that she was open with Jordache about her stance on photo retouching. According to Shields, she wanted photos that were authentic for women.
Shields stated that it was crucial for Shields to understand that this is her 56-year-old body, and to resist the retouching. Shields said, "I'm always like: 'You better keep your mouth shut.'"
Shields revealed that she took a straightforward approach to physical preparation for the shoot.
She said, "I worked so hard together with my trainer Ngo Okafor." We did 5 a.m. exercises, but I didn't drink so it was easier to get up in the morning. I went beyond my limits. My ego helped! My ego helped!
Shields was in a Calvin Klein campaign that caused controversy in 1980. He famously stated as a teenager: "You want know what comes between me and my Calvins?" Nothing." Richard Avedon directed the fashion shoot. There was a lot of controversy over Shields' alleged sexual innuendo. The ad was banned by CBS and ABC.
Shields stated in 2020 that she didn't want to wear the designer denim ever again.
Shields stated that she could fit into the shoes, but it was painful. "I just found them," Shields said. However, I believe the last time I was able to fit comfortably in them was when I was performing in 'Wonderful Town" on Broadway in 2004. They are so high-waisted.
The star said, "When I was that old, I was built like an infant boy." I don't want to be like them again. After having two children, I have a more feminine shape than I was before. I am proud to be a woman.
"I am celebrating who I am now and not trying to achieve the body that I had when I was 15. To celebrate myself is one of my main messages to other women. Instead of trying to be like someone else, or being skinny, embrace your strengths and curves. I would rather be strong and healthy than any other thing.