Actress Charlotte Rampling, 77, muse of Massimo Dutti: favorite signature of Queen Letizia

The enormous actress Charlotte Rampling, star of the Seminci of Valladolid and Golden Spike of honor for her brilliant career, has broken all the barriers of ageism by posing for Massimo Dutti at the age of 77. The campaign for which she is an ambassador is titled True Minds.

The performer, empowered and divine, has posed for the Inditex brand, which has come to occupy and integrate the empty space left by Uterqüe in Amancio Ortega’s textile giant. Rampling is also in sync with Queen Letizia. They both love cinema and they both wear Massimo Dutti. The performer, as muse and brand ambassador, and the Queen as a hobby. In her dressing room we find numerous pieces from the brand, especially midi dresses, with a casual and urban air and neutral colors as part of her DNA. Below photos, the consort with a tweed jacket and a Massimo Dutti dress, which she really likes.

Rampling has worked with Woody Allen (Stardust Memories) and with Lars von Trier (Melancholia, 2011); and among his filmography, Orca, the killer whalea, Final verdict, The heart of the angel (also Alan Parker), Spy Game (by Tony Scott) Dune. Rampling will collect his distinction at the Valladolid Film Festival in tribute to his extensive career. A reference in European cinema, British actress Charlotte Rampling debuted in the iconic Beatles musical A Hard Day’s Night in 1964. He was 18 years old. Five later, she starred The fall of the gods by Luchino Visconti. Among his recognitions, the honorary César, the European Film Award, a Silver Bear, an Oscar nomination for 45 years and the Volpi Cup.