Joan Collins, the millionaire actress, recently revealed that she has a fondness for a specific big-box retailer—Target. In an interview with London’s Sunday Times, the former star of “Dynasty” confessed, according to People, “I love Target…I’m not averse to buying things” there. As evidence of her affinity for the store, the 90-year-old shared that her most recent purchase was a leopard skin bathing suit for just $28, which she proudly posted on Instagram and received a plethora of likes. She even remarked that people mistook it for a designer brand like Dolce & Gabbana.
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Despite her appreciation for Target, Joan Collins still has a soft spot for designer fashion. During her time on “Dynasty,” she would occasionally indulge in shopping trips to Paris for Dior and was also familiar with Gianni Versace. She received several beautiful gifts from the late designer, such as a black leather jacket adorned with large gold coins, a felt crossover skirt embroidered with a huge dragon, and multiple jackets.
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The “American Horror Story” alum also revealed that she isn’t someone who regularly declutters her wardrobe. Dismissing the notion that items unworn for a year should be discarded, Collins admitted she holds onto her clothes.
Her interest in fashion dates back to her childhood. She loved clothes from the age of 12 or 13, even though she couldn’t afford them. While she wore drab dresses from Bourne & Hollingsworth, she used to design outfits for her glamorous aunts. Collins would draw ensembles for them, suggesting combinations like a black suit with a pink lining and a pink pussycat bow. Her passion for fashion only grew stronger when she moved to the U.S. at the age of 20 and discovered luxurious stores like Bonwit Teller, Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdale
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