Joan Collins Calls Street Fashion Trend 'Unflattering' and 'Tragic'
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The 86-year-old 'Dynasty' actress doesn't like today's popular street style and especially hates 'jeans with holes in the knees' and 'T-shirts with logos.'

AceShowbiz - Joan Collins wishes people would take more pride in their appearance.

The 86-year-old actress, who stars in Valentino's new holiday campaign video, opened up about her distaste for current fashion trends in an interview with Vogue, and confessed she wishes people would dress more "elegantly."

"I really hope that people will spend more money on clothes, because nobody dresses up anymore," the "Dynasty"star said. "If you do, then people stare at you, or make cutting remarks… well, maybe not cutting, but they'll say something like, 'Oh, look at you! You're all dressed up!' "

She added, "I find that very sad, because it will be the end of women buying elegant clothes in stores. Everybody's going to end up in jeans and T-shirts, which I think is tragic."

Explaining she's particularly opposed to jeans, the star shared, "I hate them, they're so unflattering. And I hate jeans with holes in the knees, or holes anywhere. I'm not keen on T-shirts with logos, either."

"I like to be comfortable, but I want to be elegant, too," Joan insisted.

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