Pamela Anderson was a lady in red at the Shepherd Conservation Society's 40th Anniversary Gala For The Oceans in Beverly Hills on Saturday (June 10). The former Baywatch star, who attended the charity event with her 21-year-old son, Brandon Thomas Lee, looked sensational, dressing her slim figure in a pillar box red drape jumpsuit. The ultra-feminine design featured a halter-neck and wide-leg trousers. To accessorize her ensemble, Pamela chose a miniature gold retro-inspired shell bag and delicate drop earrings.
In terms of beauty, Pamela wore her long, blonde hair swept to the side in loose curls. A glowy base and sweep of bronzer enhanced her complexion, while a bold outline of liner and touch of shimmer lilac eyeshadow gave her the perfect smoky eye. A semi-sheer pink gloss and perfectly groomed brow finished off her awe-inspiring look.
Of late, the stunning actress has been seen experimenting with her fashion and beauty looks. Back in March, while appearing on ITV’s The Nightly Show, Pamela surpised viewers with her sophisticated makeover. The 49-year-old stunned in a cream shift dress with floral detail, which she paired with metallic heels and a flower clip in her hair. Pamela showcased her new stripped-back look by wearing neutral make-up and a pretty pink lipstick.
Recently, Pamela told Vogue that she is still discovering her true personal style. Speaking to the fashion publication about the "classic" and "feminine" ensembles she has been wearing, she said: "I have wonderful friends. Vivienne Westwood, Donatella Versace, Tom Ford, and these great people who have always been very generous to me. I've also had crazy, wild husbands and fun friends like David LaChapelle who wanted to dress me up for events.