“I never would’ve thought at 41 I’d be on the catwalk,” Pamela Anderson marveled in her official online diary after practically skipping down Vivienne Westwood’s Paris runway to cheers, applause—and a few chuckles.
After first twirling in a tutu, Anderson tugged at the jacket of her second look to ensure the global warming message: “+5º” emblazoned across the figure-hugging T-shirt wasn’t, ahem, overlooked. The former Baywatch star, who appears in Westwood’s spring campaign, has fully embraced Westwood’s thinking, lauding her inspiration for the show: The Gaia Theory, a book by the climate-change scientist James Lovelock, which views the earth as a self-regulated living being.
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