Dita Von Teese thinks her look will ''work at any age'', as she recently had an ''epiphany'' in discovering she could maintain her ''classy'' style as she gets older.
Dita Von Teese thinks her look will "work at any age".
The 39-year-old burlesque model explained she had an "epiphany" at a recent shoot, and discovered she can still maintain her "classy" style when she gets older, as her hair, make-up and clothing choices have become like a "uniform" to her.
She said: "I was doing a photo shoot and the make-up artist had made me up to have grey hair but I was still wearing the same clothes and had the same make-up. I was scanning me in the mirror and I just had this epiphany that I was perfect - I looked like a classy, old lady.
"I won't have to change my look when I get older, it'll work at any age. I'm not sure what Paris Hilton will be wearing when she gets to 70.
"My look is like a uniform to me, I know each morning what I'll be doing with my make-up and hair, how long my hem line will be. I like to evolve my look, but I don't feel compelled to update it."
However, the raven-haired beauty - who has appeared in campaigns for the likes of Jean Paul Gaultier and Vivienne Westwood in the past - admitted she isn't naturally blessed with a trim figure and "works hard" to look so glamorous.
Dita added in an interview with Vogue.co.uk: "I don't try to tell people I'm naturally anything, I'm not going to tell you that I eat pizza all day and look like this - I don't.
"I work hard to maintain a glamorous look, and to tell women that they can achieve it too. We all want to have a plump, juicy and luscious figures - I just try hard to stay fit."