The luxurious photos feature Walker’s jewelry pieces modeled by several older women. Among them are Huff/Post50 blogger Phyllis Sues, 93, a dancer and yoga buff, and 78-year-old Roberta Haze, an “infamous party girl” and stylist. The women picked out their own jewelry from the line to wear for the shoot.
“Hands really show the signs of aging beautifully,” Cohen told Viva in an interview. “I always loved looking at my grandmother’s hands and thought about how they were a reflection of the full and rich life that she had led.”
For Sues, her hands have played the piano, practiced yoga and danced the tango ― even after she turned 90.
“Any female’s hands that I know at age 93 are anything but photogenic. But just a couple of weeks ago my hands became a star,” Sues told The Huffington Post.
She says the experience was “pure joy” as she always wanted to be a model growing up but wasn’t tall enough. Never did she think her dream would come true at her age.
“This campaign is the proof that age is ageless and we 93-year-olds are still relevant in many ways. I learned [through this campaign] to love and appreciate every part of my body, even my hands,” she said.
See the beauty of older hands yourself by scrolling through the photos below.