'Perfect outfit for a casual walk!': Dame Joan Collins, 88, puts on leggy display in figure-hugging feathered gown with a daring slit
She's known for her glamourous sense of style.
And Dame Joan Collins pulled out all the stops yet again for her latest Instagram post on Monday.
The actress, 88, exuded elegance in a black figure-hugging dress that clung to her curves and boasted dramatic feather detailing on the sleeves and train.
'Perfect outfit for a casual walk!': Dame Joan Collins, 88, put on a leggy display in a figure-hugging feathered gown with a daring slit as she posed for an Instagram snap on Monday
Her gown featured a daring, thigh-high slit that put her long, chiselled legs on full display.
She added a diamond necklace, and elevated her height in a pair of matching sparkly black heels.
Styling her brown locks in bouncy curls, Dame Joan injected a pop of colour to her all-black ensemble with a slick of bold red lipstick
Captioning the sultry snap, she joked: 'Perfect outfit for a casual walk!'
Hilarious: Captioning the sultry snap, she joked: 'Perfect outfit for a casual walk!'
It comes after the screen legend revealed she felt like she was 'in jail' during the UK lockdown.
She spent the early months of the coronavirus pandemic in London but as soon as international travel was permitted, she relocated to France with her husband Percy Gibson because she felt so frustrated.
She said: 'I was in London for most of the time. But after the three-month period from March 2020, I went to the south of France, as I have a house there.
'I found London difficult because I felt like I was in jail, not knowing when I was going to get out.'
Joan spent a 'ridiculous' amount of time watching TV and admitted she gained weight because there was nothing to do but eat and drink.
She said: 'Of course I was [in tracksuits] weren’t we all? I gained about half a stone. I was eating as much as possible because aside from drinking bottles of wine and polishing off chocolates – what else was there to do?
'I also watched endless television – it was ridiculous. I watched nine hours one day.
'I would watch the morning programmes and read all the papers, so that would take me up to lunchtime.'
Loved-up: As soon as international travel was permitted, she relocated to France with her husband Percy Gibson, 56, because she felt so frustrated