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Anderson's New Eco-Clothing Collection Called Borat-Inspired

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Pamela Anderson’s new eco-friendly clothing collection, A*Muse, received its public premiere today during New Zealand fashion week  — and spectators were treated to a bit more of the model/actress than they expected. Granted, we’re not sure a living person exists that hasn’t seen Pamela Anderson’s breasts — but while modeling on the catwalk, the front and back of her outfit fell away showing off a bit of almost everything; red thong included.

Could that flash have been intentional to save what at least one fashion critic called “a cross between supré and Borat”?

More reactions, video, and photos to come…

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