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5 Stylish Women Over 50 To Follow For Fashion Inspiration

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Juliette Binoche

French actress Juliette Binoche, who recently starred in The New Look, the AppleTV+ series about the life of Christian Dior, turned 60 last month and her account is as inspiring for her red carpet looks, worn while on the promotional trail for her latest films and TV shows, as it is for shots of her rubbing shoulders with fashion figureheads such as Miuccia Prada at industry parties. @juliettebinoche

Kelly Rutherford

As well as championing luxury Irish designers such as Colin Burke, actress Kelly Rutherford gives a masterclass in polished style that is entirely contemporary via the lift selfies she posts to Instagram that feature a roster of impressive brands, from high street and mid-range stalwarts like Maje, Staud and By Malene Birger to fashion heavyweights like Hermès and Dior. @kellyrutherford

Paula Sutton

We follow Paula Sutton as much for her wardrobe filled with feminine dresses and vintage finds as we do her enchanting taste in homewares and the garden at her home in the British countryside. Bookmark her page for immediate summer inspiration. @hillhousevintage

Jenna Lyons

While Jenna Lyons might, in recent times, be known for her role in reality show Real Housewives of New York, fashion aficionados will remember her from her days as executive creative director at J Crew, where she arguably put the brand on the map for its preppy-meets-quirky style. Lyons’ look is distinctive: sharp tailoring, statement eyewear and polished separates that always look cool rather than prim. @jennalyonsnyc

Mette Sørrig Andersen

We love Copenhagen-based Mette Sørrig Andersen’s dedicaton to a quirky accessory. Plus, her love of bold colour, playful shapes and unexpected combinations. An avid fan of pre-loved, Sørrig Andersen’s style is based on vintage and second-hand pieces sourced at flea markets in Denmark or on her travels. @msorrig


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