Julia Roberts shows off toned legs in pink blazer inspired by her 'Pretty Woman' character for fashion campaign

The movie which launched the actress as a global star will be celebrating its 30th anniversary in March next year, and the 51-year-old doesn't seem to have aged a day since


                            Julia Roberts shows off toned legs in pink blazer inspired by her 'Pretty Woman' character for fashion campaign
Julia Roberts (Getty Images)

The film that made Julia Roberts a global star will be celebrating its 30th anniversary in March next year, but the 51-year-old actress doesn't seem to have aged a day since then. This was very much in evidence in a new campaign photoshoot for Calzedonia, which tipped a hat to her iconic character of a Hollywood prostitute in 'Pretty Woman'. Roberts, who won fans from all over the world for her iconic character Vivian Ward, was seen posing in a stunning pastel pink blazer dress in the new campaign. 

The campaign was shot in Verona and showed Roberts sporting a pair of houndstooth print tights and a pair of leather ankle boots. She had her hair styled into voluminous and luscious curls. The tailored blazer dress paid tribute to the film and was a contemporary take on the white shirt dress that Roberts' character wore in the movie.

Roberts was also seen carrying lavish bags as she strutted down the street as the photographer clicked away. The hit film is only a few months away from its 30 year anniversary since its release on March 23, 1990. Roberts secured a Best Actress Oscar nomination for her role and was launched into the Hollywood A-List. 

Very recently, Roberts reflected on her success and fame and the popular role that got her there. As reported by The Guardian, she shared, "I don’t really think you could make that movie now, right? So many things you could poke a hole in, but I don’t think it takes away from people being able to enjoy it." 

Roberts also shared that she had got the role after many actresses such as Demi Moore, Valeria Golino, and Daryl Hannah turned it down. "It really is not a measure of talent, particularly in the beginning. It’s a measure of good fortune - and being able to have your wits about you enough to make something out of that good fortune," she added. 

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