Nigella Lawson cuts a casual figure in a cozy red jacket and sneakers during a restrained theater trip
Nigella Lawson, 60, cuts a casual figure as she wraps herself in a cozy red coat and trainers during a restrained night at the theater
She is no stranger to an elegant display during many glam events.
And Nigella Lawson proved that she could nail the casual look as well as she made a restrained trip to see Endgame Friday at London’s Old Vic Theater.
The TV chef, 60, put on a smart woolen red coat for the outing and dressed the look down with a pair of troubled white trainers.
On the road: Nigella Lawson nailed to the casual look while making a quiet trip on Friday to see Endgame at the Old Vic Theater in London
Nigella combined her outerwear with a solid black top and matching loose-fitting pants.
While she wore her necessities in a messy black handbag that hung over her shoulder.
The star appeared in a good mood as she smiled reluctantly as she made her way to the Waterloo location in London.
Nigella appears when she turns 60 in an interview with the Sunday Times Style magazine in January.
Casual: the TV chef, 60, wore a smart woolen red coat for the outing, dressed the look down with a pair of troubled white trainers
The famous chef said she had fought “fiercely” against being ashamed of her age, but found 60 “strange.”
She said, “I wanted to be open about my age to prevent me from ever lying about it!”
Nigella, who organized her first cooking show in 1999, added: “Like many women, I was brought up to feel old to be ashamed of myself.
“I knew it was something I had to resist – and I do resist. But even without thinking that aging is a personal failure, it takes some getting used to. “
Chilly: Nigella fought the cool London weather while she wrapped herself warmly in her red wool coat
Night out: Nigella combined her outerwear with a solid black top and matching loose-fitting pants
Casual: While she wore her necessities in a messy black handbag that hung over her shoulder
The chef also said that she felt like a “traitor” when she turned 49, because it was the year she grew older than her mother ever did.
The TV chef admitted that her 49th birthday was the “toughest birthday” she ever had, after her mother Vanessa Salmon died of liver cancer in 1985 at the age of 48.
Nigella wrote: “This is something that anyone who gets older than they remember will know a parent of the same sex.”
“I think I was quite relieved not to be 49 anymore, that year made me a traitor to my mother.”
Ready to see: the star appeared in a good mood as she blinked a reluctant smile as she made her way to the Waterloo location in London