Amber Valletta, 50, rushes to cover HER modesty ‘after suffering a hilarious wardrobe malfunction’ at Ferragamo show


Amber Valletta was forced to frantically cover her modesty after suffering a hilarious wardrobe gaffe at the Ferragamo show during Milan Fashion Week on Saturday.

The actress, 50, put on a racy display in a black see-through top and held her clutch bag up to hide her ample assets.

She completed the look with a mini skirt, tights and stilettos, while accessorising with stylish sunglasses and dainty silver jewellery.

Earlier in the week, Amber looked every inch the supermodel as she joined Natasha Poly on the Twinset catwalk.

It comes after December where Amber revealed her anxiety over the climate crisis almost left her ‘unable to get out of bed’ as she posed for a Vogue sustainability cover.

Her Ordeals

The actress told how ‘relentlessly bad news’ over the state of the natural world left her struggling to cope.

She looked stunning in the accompanying chic shots as she posed in a white dress and brown leather boots.

British Vogue’s January issue brought together five ‘game-changing sustainability trailblazers’, featuring on three covers.

It included Emma Watson , who has been an environmental advocate throughout her career, model and Vogue’s contributing sustainability editor Amber and a group of three rising designers: Priya Ahluwalia, Tolu Coker and Torijéshu Dumi.

Amber Valletta (seen) looked every inch the supermodel as she joined Natasha Poly on the Twinset catwalk during Milan Fashion Week on Tuesday

Her Plans For The Future

Speaking to the publication model and climate advocate Amber revealed her plans towards a more conscious future – and how fashion is following her.

She said: ‘I turn 50 this February, meaning I’ve worked in fashion for 35 years, and I’ve been a sustainability advocate for more than 20 of those, but in 2023 I hit a wall, mentally and physically.

‘I wasn’t quite at the point where I couldn’t get out of bed, but I couldn’t tell you how I spent my days.

‘The news just felt relentlessly bad – environmental and otherwise. I knew that, if I was ever going to get back on my feet, I needed to find a more sustainable approach to sustainability work.’

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