As for the discussions about her appearance and aging, Wang said she understands why it was a conversation but wishes the focus would be on her work instead.
“I have to say this whole thing was just crazy, really crazy. Sometimes I joke and say I’m not really 101. I understand the focus, but I don’t think it should be about that focus,” she said. they Admission to Hollywood†
“I think it should be about all women of any age. It’s really about you and confidence. What keeps you young is your brain and mind. I think that’s much more important than a new fad diet or how many hours Platoon you’ doing.”
Share her skincare tips with the strategistshe said she wished she’d started using sunscreen sooner.
“Most Asian women and my Asian girlfriends don’t worship the sun like I did when I was younger. I was a tennis player, a skier, a golfer and many more. But now I see my friends at 50, 60, 70, and they all have beautiful skin. I’m late making sunscreen part of my daily ritual, but it’s essential for me now.”
And ageism is something Wang isn’t here for, telling BBC radio that she never thought of “going out of the way” to preserve the youth “in a fanatical, obsessive way”.
“I’ve been in fashion since I was 19 years old, not in front of the camera but behind it. I work with the most beautiful women in the world, and I see them more as my muses [not my personal aspiration to be]I think if you don’t think of aging in a traditional way, maybe it’s better in a way – healthier. My work keeps my mind busy. And if your mind is busy, everything follows,” she said.
“I’m pretty proud [of ageing]† Age discrimination has always existed. As you get older, you have to find your own relevance to how you are going to spend the rest of your life. It’s a number. But I see people giving it their all as they get older. Experience, knowledge and wisdom stand for a lot.”
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