Elizabeth Hurley just threw on the shiny purple gown she wore to an awards show in 1999, and it looks like five minutes have passed, not 21 years.
The 54-year-old shared an image of herself lounging in the iridescent cowl-neck Versace dress she previously wore in 1999 to the Council of Fashion Designers of America awards.
“Just hanging at home watching tv for @harpersbazaarus in a @versace dress I wore 21 years ago to the #cfdaawards #lockdown #nineweekstomorrow#TurnUpNotIn,” she wrote in the caption.
When Hurley wore the gown the first time, it was accompanied by a wavy layered hairstyle and a sparkly bag.
This time, she accessorized it with a luxe blanket and … a remote control.
In response to the throwback, Hurley’s 18-year-old son with businessman Steve Bing, Damien, praised his mom with some star-eyes emoji.
Throughout her time in lockdown, Hurley has been posting a number of throwbacks on Instagram.
Last week, she shared a photograph of herself from an issue of Vogue Spain and even a TV advertisement she’d done for Magnum ice cream bars.
Liz may be stuck inside, but she’s still providing us with plenty of entertainment.
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