Jessica Lange, 71, looks ultra-chic in shades of grey while shopping on Madison Avenue
She’s been a star since the 70s.
And Jessica Lange, 71, still looked stylish as ever while out and about in New York City on Wednesday.
The American Horror Story actress went for a chic black and grey look as she did a bit of shopping on Madison Avenue.
Legend: Jessica Lange enjoyed a bit of shopping on NYC’s Madison Avenue on Wednesday
Jessica looked classic as she hit the pavement in a black jacket and soft, grey corduroy pants.
She leveled things up with her accessories, donning suede boots with chunky heels and a leather crossbody bag while tying the entire ensemble together with a patterned scarf.
The Cloquet, Minnesota native had her blonde locks styled with a bit of texture and she donned rosy sunglasses along with double face masks.
Lange’s Big Apple outing comes at the same time American Horror Story has been shooting on the West Coast, all but thwarting any lingering hope she’d be returning to the Ryan Murphy anthology for another season.
Chic: The 71-year-old star looked classic as she hit the pavement in a black jacket and soft, grey corduroy pants
The star admitted it would take a lot for her to go back to TV while she was doing press for the Netflix series The Politician in 2019, her last onscreen credit.
She told The Hollywood Reporter: ‘It would take something very, very different and special to jump back into [series television]. Because at this point, I’m not sure I’m not finished.’
‘I might have come to the end of it…. maybe,’ she added.
Lange starred for four seasons of AHS, leaving after AHS: Freak Show but returning for a cameo in AHS: Apocalypse.
Retired? ‘It would take something very, very different and special to jump back into [series television],’ the two-time Oscar winner said in 2019. ‘I might have come to the end of it…. maybe.’ She’s seen in September 2019 above
In The Politician she plays grandmother of Infinity Jackson (Zoey Deutch), a young woman with cancer.
When Infinity is pushed to join the ambitious young Payton Hobart’s (Ben Platt) ticket for student council president, he finds out that Infinity isn’t sick at all, but being made sick by her grandmother, who has Munchausen’s by proxy.
If that sounds familiar, it’s because it’s eerily similar to the plot of Hulu’s The Act, which was in fact based on the shocking true story of Gypsy Rose Blanchard.
But Deutch clarified to THR that her character isn’t based on Gypsy: ‘The one thing that’s similar is the Munchausen by proxy element.
‘But at its core, it’s very different because Infinity really believes that she is what she’s told she is. And she believes that because she has to. She’s doing what she has to to survive.’
Collaborators: The Politician is Ryan Murphy’s first project for Netflix. The two worked together on four seasons of American Horror Story as well as Feud: Bette And Joan