Christie Brinkley Shows Off Her Ageless Figure At NYFW

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Christie Brinkley looked ageless as ever at the Michael Kors runway show during New York Fashion Week last week.

The retired supermodel graced the event in a beautiful two-piece dress and jacket combo with her daughter, Sailor Brinkley Cook, who's also a model. While the show was interesting, the businesswoman's glowing skin was a central talking point on the internet.

Read on to learn about the activities that help her stay in shape, as well as the photographs that prove they work—and don't forget to check out the 30 Top Celebrity Swimsuit Moments to become beach-ready too!

Stunting In A Star-Packed Show

Brinkley thanked the host for including her in his show and gushed over the runway pieces. She joined Anna Wintour, Anne Hathaway, Serena Williams, and a more stellar guest list, wearing a pink lace two-piece.

Her blush pink dress was a skintight knee-length number with a low-cut square neckline and short slit on the back. Brinkley then propped a complimentary blush pink oversized blazer on her shoulder and topped her dress with a nude court shoe.

Sailor complimented her mother in a magenta bodycon pink dress, and they both spotted light bangs and straightened blonde hair.

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Four Different Ways To Build Collagen

Brinkley takes care of her skin and body as her 800,000-plus Instagram followers would attest. The businesswoman has a skincare collection, SBLA Beauty dedicated to nourishing the skin and keeping women as ageless as possible.

In a recent reel, she dished on the four products under her brand that can "lift smooth tighten and brighten your skin all while building collagen and elastin!"

They include;

"1. SBLA Facial Instant Sculpting Wand 2.SBLA Eye lift Wand 3.SBLA neck, Chin and Jawline Sculpting Wand 4 SBLA Neck Chin and Jawline XL."

Getting Ready For Summer

Immediately after summer began, Brinkley resumed her home workouts to whip her body into shape, in time for bikini season. Last year, Hello Magazine reported her mantra for staying fit is,

"Don't stop moving because you'll rust, you have to grease the joints and keep moving. As long as I do that I feel great. If you start to hold still, they'll start acting up."

Staying Fit For Adults

The CDC says,

"Adults aged 65 and older need at least 150 minutes a week of moderate intensity activity such as brisk walking."

With the number of activities Brinkley still indulges in at 67, she's right on the mark of staying fit for a long time.

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