Cher rocks ‘nude illusion’ catsuit on red carpet at 77

She’s ageing in reverse.

Cher showed off some skin on the red carpet Monday night as she celebrated the premiere of new film “Bob Mackie: Naked Illusion” in a racy cutout catsuit that certainly matched the documentary’s title.

The Believe singer, 77, looked decades younger as she rocked a nude illusion jumpsuit underneath a long leather coat for the event, held at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles to celebrate iconic fashion designer Bob Mackie.

Cher’s skin-coloured sheer look featured black flames covering her chest and belly button-revealing cutouts at the abs along with chain mail detail at her waist.

She paired the black catsuit with an ankle-length leather coat with silver buttons and wide cuffs that co-ordinated with her look.

The singer — who is featured in the documentary as one of Mackie’s close collaborators and served as one of the hosts of the premiere — wore her signature long black hair in soft curls for the premiere, adding bangs and bright purple eyeshadow, plus glossy pink lipstick to her beauty look.

The I Got You Babe singer has long been a fan of Mackie’s designs and a close friend, wearing his racy illusion styles many times over the years, including the 1974 Met Gala.

She’s long been a collaborator with Mackie, with the designer having created tons of her onstage looks over the years. “She was never intimidated by anything that I ever put on her,” Mackie said of Cher. “She was just amazing in that department.”

Cher embraced Mackie, 84, along with other legends including Tina Turner, Carol Burnett, Miley Cyrus and Pink, the latter of whom also stars in the documentary chronicling the life and career of the legendary fashion designer.

And while her sizzling sense of fashion hasn’t changed through the decades, Cher recently admitted that she dates younger men because the older ones are “all dead.”

While styles might come and go, Cher knows what works for her, no matter what age.

This story originally appeared on Page Six and is republished here with permission.

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