Sharon StoneIt’s looking great! The actress said goodbye to summer with a photo of her in a bikini.
The CasinoStar, 64, shared a mirror selfie via Instagram Sunday, August 28 showing her wearing a patterned swimsuit. The two-piece featured a vivid colorway and purple string strings. “Why do I always get in shape when summers [sic] over?” Stone joked in the caption.
The Pennsylvania native’s comments section has since been filled with praise from her followers and famous friends. “You are just hot,” Lisa Rinna wrote. Paulina Porizkova commented: “Lady, you’re always in shape to slay.” Sam Smith left several red heart emojis.
This wouldn’t be the first time Stone embraced her curves.
The movie star went to the backyard for a swim in July without her top. “Gratefully Imperfect on a Perfect Day,” she captioned the Instagram shot, which showed her sporting nothing but animal print bikini bottoms. “ICON,” Whitney Cummings commented. Porizkova, 57, also gushed over the risky pic, writing: “And like a goddess, she laughs at the mortals.”
Stone has been hailed a fashion inspiration over the years for her striking red carpet looks and exceptional on-camera wardrobe. Perhaps her most memorable fashion moment is the eye-catching ensembles that she wore to the 1992 thriller. Basic Instinct.
Stone shared his thoughts about the costumes in the film in an essay InStylePublished in February, it revealed that she kept every outfit wrapped after production.
“People thought I was crazy, but the truth is I wasn’t getting paid much compared to my male costar,” the actress, who starred alongside Michael DouglasExplained in the Oscar-nominated movie “I made $500,000. Michael earned $14 million. So, keeping my costumes was a really smart thing to do.”
The Beauty of Living TwiceThe author shared that some of the items were purchased from fashion houses such as Hermes, while others were custom made. However, the most standout look — the timeless white dress from the interrogation room scene — was a piece Stone designed herself.
“I remember asking the director, Paul VerhoevenHe asked me what I would wear to it. He jokingly said, ‘I don’t care if you wear a turtleneck and your hair in a bun.’ So, I said, ‘Good, because that’s what I was thinking,’” she recalled. “We decided go for all white because my character had a very Hitchcockian vibe.”
Stone and costume designer Ellen MirojnickTo execute the now-famous ensemble. “Ellen designed the dress so that I could sit like a man if he was being interrogated. It gave me the ability to move my arms and legs, take up space and exercise control over a room full of men,” Stone added.