Jane Fonda ditched her famous slouchy knit leg warmers and slipped into a chic black workout set for her new H&M fitness campaign.
The actress, 84 – who’s well-known for her love of working out thanks to her iconic 80s aerobics routines released via VHS tapes – looked stylish as ever in a long-sleeve black and white sporty outfit.
The company was thrilled to introduce her as the ‘newest member of the H&M Move team’ writing: ‘From home workouts to marches, it has been her lifelong mission to move every body.’
The brand’s newest collection, which launches August 4, celebrates movement in all ways, something Fonda said really resonated with her.
“H&M Move is really focused on getting the whole world moving, something I’ve spent a lot of my own life doing,” Fonda, 84, said in an interview shared by the brand in a release. “I also really liked their philosophy of ‘movewear’ over ‘sportswear.’ It’s not about sports, being the most athletic or being thin. It’s about giving your body the movement it needs to best take care of you.”
Fonda continued: “Being a mover has made it possible for me to stay fit and healthy both mentally and physically throughout my life. And in my opinion, the older you are, the more important it is to move, even if it’s very slow, as it is for me.”
The new collection is designed for everyone to wear to move however they want, whether it’s walking, doing yoga or dancing. The first drop includes tops and jackets that are easy to move in, as well as tights and bras. For those looking for something specifically for training or running, that’s also included in this collection.