Pamela Anderson Hits the Paris Runway For Vivienne Westwood

03/06/2009 at 06:00 PM ET

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Baywatch beauty Pamela Anderson left the sandy beaches of California behind and strutted her stuff on the Parisian catwalk in Vivienne Westwood’s ready-to-wear show today. The actress, who is the face of Westwood’s current campaign, showed off three very different looks from the designer’s collection — one even had what appeared to be angel’s wings! — before taking a final bow with Westwood herself. While we can’t imagine Pam wearing the long, figure-hiding black skirt off the catwalk, we can totally see her rocking the short-shorts, knee socks and T-shirt look. Tell us: What do you think of Pam’s Vivienne Westwood runway debut?

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Emma Rain on

I’m sorry but I thought she looked like a bit of a hot mess.
Yes, it’s great to see curvier bodies on the runway, but those outfits? Let’s just say they were… interesting…
And towards the end, when she was with the designer there was a “wardrobe malfunction”, her top slipped.

searchling on

Someone should tell this poor woman that unnatural just isn’t in no matter the designer. It’s been hard enough to put up with her overdone face, monstrous cleavage, and pre-teen apparel. But for heaven’s sake. Doesn’t she have small children? What kind of role model is she for young girls and women in this country? I would be perfectly happy if I never had to hear or see her again!

Sandy on

Pam Anderson is such a skank. I am sure her kids are really embarrassed by her. She will never win Mother of the Year. Act your age lady and try to behave like you have a little class.

genn on

oh dear pam…these clothes are really too young for you and make you look oh so silly. age-up!

Lisa M on

Those thighs are looking their age, and then some. She’s just too old to pull it off. And runway models have no cleavage, not obnoxious cleavage. It’s about the designs, not the mannequin.

Angela on

I love Pamela Anderson and I am happy that although her movie and t.v. appearances seem to be disappearing, she is still active. Her face is still lovely and her bountiful bleached blonde locks still provide a dramatic frame for her famous face; however, Pamela needs to really excercise her thigh area…her thighs just look too soft and loose. Come on, Pam–just get a personal trainer to work on your thighs with you and you will look like the star you are. Best wishes to you. A fan, Angela

Alicia on

this is stupid…if she didn’t have like 600 breast implants, she would have never had a second look. She has cellulite! she is fat! no modeling agency would ever look at her

Patra on

Pamela Anderson looks like an old worn out hooker. Give it up!!!

Just my thoughts on

We all know Pam can strut her stuff, she’s been doing it for years and years. But, jeez! What’s with the clothes?? I’m going to start stapling Wal-Mart bags together with birthday ribbon holding it all together. Get my own fashion show, stupid celebs will pay thousands to own some. I’ll be the grunge fashionista. Who’s in? Lol. Vivienne Westwood’s clothes are a joke.

Lisa on

I agree that it is nice to have someone curvy and older on the runways….everyone needs clothes. But OMG, not HER. She is a train wreck. She bought her curves and her face and the mroe work she gets done the more she looks like an ugly drag queen.You want older and curvy, get Queen Latifah. Anyone would be classier and would not look like they got dressed in a ten year old’s dark closet!

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