The actress and activist was photographed attending the Isabel Marant show on Wednesday night
Pamela Anderson is adding a splash of sun to the City of Lights.
The actress and activist, 56, was photographed in a bright yellow, ankle-length dress while attending the Isabel Marant Womenswear Spring/Summer 2024 show during Paris Fashion Week on Wednesday.
Bare-faced with her long blonde locks worn down in a natural wave, Anderson also kept her jewelry simple with a dainty necklace, stud earrings and a couple of slim gold bangles.
A pale yellow bag and neutral-colored kitten heel sandals completed her radiant look as she smiled gracefully for the cameras.
Earlier this month, the mom of two attended Pandora's new Diamond District unveiling in New York City. In a nearly all-white ensemble, the style icon spoke exclusively with PEOPLE about starring with her sons in Pandora's new campaign.
"A long time ago, when people wanted to do campaigns with me, there was always some reason I couldn't do it," Anderson said.
"That was 20 years ago, and I was very tunneled with what I could work with. And now it's just fashion, and it's nice to embrace it," she continued, adding, "I love glamour. I love being bedazzled. And while I can be drawn to really expensive brands, this is more accessible, and I love that."
The natural beauty has also been sporting a more subtle look these days compared to her style after rising to fame in the '90s, which skyrocketed further with the Baywatch star's highly public marriage to ex-husband, rocker Tommy Lee.
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Now advocating for other women to do the same, in an interview with Elle last month she said she's begun to stray away from her “wild and uninhibited" '90s style to pursue a makeup-free lifestyle that has been "freeing and fun."
“I think we all start looking a little funny when we get older," she said. "And I’m kind of laughing at myself when I look at the mirror. I go, 'Wow, this is really...what’s happening to me?’ It’s a journey."
Anderson shared that changing her personal brand has been "rebellious," but it's something she said helped her get to "a good place."
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