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Joan Collins exudes glamour as she and husband Percy Gibson dine with Calvin Klein

Joan Collins, 88, exudes glamour as she and husband Percy Gibson, 56, dine with Calvin Klein, 79, in LA


Joan Collins looked typically stunning as she went for dinner with husband Percy Gibson and designer Calvin Klein in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles on Wednesday.

The iconic actress, 88, wowed in a fur-trimmed wrap paired with a black and pink floral silk dress as she posed with dapper Percy, 56, and a stylish Calvin, 79.

Joan paired her dress with black knee-high boots and sparkling earrings.

Talented trio: Joan Collins looked typically stunning as she went for dinner with husband Percy Gibson and designer Calvin Klein in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles on Wednesday

Joan wore her tresses in soft curls and sported a rich palette of make-up as she dined at E Baldi.

Calvin donned a black shirt, crisp blazer and skinny jeans while Percy wore a camel blazer, white shirt and slacks.

Joan is currently the subject of an in-production documentary that will be centered on her life and released in the future.   

Couple: The iconic actress, 88, wowed in a fur-trimmed wrap paired with a black and pink floral silk dress as she posed with dapper Percy, 56

Couple: The iconic actress, 88, wowed in a fur-trimmed wrap paired with a black and pink floral silk dress as she posed with dapper Percy, 56

 It was reported that the rights to a BBC Two documentary centered on Collins had been picked up by Abacus Media Rights earlier this year.

The feature is set to be narrated by the performer herself and will tell her life story from her own point of view.

BBC Arts’ Mark Bell previously gave a statement to Variety where he expressed that the performer’s legacy was notably enduring. 

‘National treasures don’t come more glamorous than Dame Joan Collins and after seven decades of stardom her shine remains undimmed,’ he said.   

He added that the actress’ ‘story too is priceless; this film will be an account of the ups and downs of an entertainment career like no other – candid, revelatory and occasionally hilarious.’ 

AMR’s managing director, Jonathan Ford, also expressed that the feature would showcase the performer’s experience in the most honest way possible.

‘This will be the definitive story of Dame Joan Collins told in her own words and her own way, delivering a fascinating insight into her incredible life and remarkable career which has spanned more than 70 years,’ he said. 

It was previously reported by The Guardian that the actress had given the production team unprecedented access to her home videos that had been shot over the past several decades.

Director Clare Beavan spoke to the media outlet and expressed that the performer’s fans would see a side of her that was previously kept from the public. 

 She noted that the actress’ followers would ‘really get a sense of her. I can’t say it’s … completely natural, because you never know with Joan. But you definitely get her off-camera.’

The filmmaker then noted that viewers would likely see their spirits uplifted after watching the project. 

‘It’s a post-Covid feel-good film because of Joan Collins’s life, which is one hell of a giddy ride,’ she stated.

The forthcoming documentary currently does not have a scheduled release date as of yet. 

In the future: Joan is currently the subject of an in-production documentary that will be centered on her life and released in the future-  Collins is seen last month

In the future: Joan is currently the subject of an in-production documentary that will be centered on her life and released in the future-  Collins is seen last month

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