Still got it: Liz Hurley shows off her slender legs as she recycles six-year-old dress
In these credit-crunched times they say the hottest shopping destination is in a woman’s own wardrobe.
That certainly seems to be the case for Elizabeth Hurley, who last wore this shocking pink satin dress six years ago at the Cannes Festival.
The model raided her wardrobe to find the perfect outfit for the annual Hot Pink charity party in New York last night – and came up trumps.
She appeared to have put on barely an ounce of weight since 2003, when the dress last got an airing.
But what weight she has acquired added to her womanly curves – with Elizabeth’s chest area now straining against the satin.
The swimwear designer flashed her long legs – or at least one of them – in the skin-tight dress, which hugged her curves in all the right places.
Her latest red carpet outfit was so tight, she literally had to be sewn into it.
The 43-year-old’s ample curves looked like they were fighting to get out of her floor-length gown.
The Austin Powers star was one of the star guests at the Breast Cancer Research Foundation’s Hot Pink Party at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York.
She has attended the star-studded event every year as part of her role as spokeswoman of Estee Lauder’s Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign.
And every year, Liz has predictably worn a figure-hugging dress which flashes her legs and draws attention to her cleavage.
And as with previous years, Liz chose silver as her accessory colour of choice as she teamed her ensemble with a pair of silver high heels and clutch bag.
Joined by her husband Arun Nayer, Liz looked stunning as she walked up the pink carpet.
Also at the event was Liz’s employer Evelyn Lauder, Miss USA Kristen Dalton, actress Jane Krakowski and fashion designer Donna Karan.
Providing the entertainment at the fundraiser was singing legend Liza Minnelli.
Liz is a passionate supporter of breast cancer charities after losing her grandmother to the disease in the Seventies.
She has appeared in public service announcements urging women over 40 to have regular mammograms and has released a special edition lipstick with Estee Lauder with proceeds going to the cause.
She said: ‘My grandmother had breast cancer, as have a number of my friends. Now, more than ever, it is important to get the message out.
‘Survival rates are rising, and each year we get closer to a cure. If breast cancer is detected early, it is 98 per cent curable.’