The 90-year-old actress shared a throwback photo of her as a toddler showing off her lifelong fashion sense
Hats off to Joan Collins for her lifetime of style!
On Tuesday, the Dynasty alum, 90, shared an Instagram post showcasing her lifelong fashion sense. Collins included two photos side by side - a black and white photo of her as a toddler in a matching ensemble and a present-day photo.
“My love of a #chic #beret has lasted a #lifetime #hats #toddlerfashion #fashion,” the fashion icon wrote.
In the throwback image, Collins is seen smiling for the camera while she shows off a light-colored peacoat and a pair of trousers. Collins’ look was topped off with a knit beret and light-colored flats.
The present-day photo shows Collins modeling a black ensemble that includes a Chanel scarf. The Golden Globe winner paired the accessory with a black long-sleeve shirt and an oversized black and white gingham beret. Collins accessorized with a large silver pendant necklace, a couple of silver bangles, a pair of gold diamond earrings and her gold diamond wedding band.
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Fans celebrated the industry icon’s style.
“And u still wear them fabulous dame Joan. Loved your Louis programme last week. Chic chic xxxxxxxxx,” wrote one Instagram user.
“Of course you were chic even as a toddler,” one fan wrote, while another added, “Looking fantastic back then and now.”
“This charming look of little Joan has survived to today's Great Joan Collins. 🌟💕✨,” shared another follower. One user complimented Collins, writing, “Stylish little girl grows up to be a style legend 👏👏😍."
Collins recently published her memoir Behind the Shoulder Pads: Tales I Tell My Friends. Following the book's release, Collins told PEOPLE she remains an admirer of Dynasty character, Alexis Carrington Colby, but she rejects the common reference of Alexis as a "bitch."
Collins said she never grew comfortable with the word.
"I think it's a misogynistic word," she said earlier this month. "I never came to embrace it. It's an all-encompassing word that I think is quite cruel."
"I happen to think that Alexis was a very vulnerable and sad character. Because she had been banished from her children by Blake Carrington, who was a murderer. You know?" Collins continued.
"It was never mentioned that, perhaps, Alexis Carrington became somewhat of a bitch because of the way she was treated, when she also was extremely witty and had great, great lines of dialogue, and was a big go-getter in terms of what she achieved," the actress told PEOPLE.
"And if she tread on some people to get it... Well, so did many men in business," she added. "They don't call men bitches."
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