Naomi Watts, 53, is all smiles in a white sweater and bright red skirt as she heads to dinner in New York after announcing her own wellness brand for menopausal women
Naomi Watts can often be spotted swanning around New York City.
And on Tuesday, the actress put on a typically stylish display as she stepped out for dinner with a friend.
The 53-year-old donned a long, bright red skirt with a loose, long-sleeved white top.
Naomi Watts put on a typically stylish display as she stepped out for dinner with a friend in New York City on Tuesday
She accessorised with a gold necklace and bracelet, and wore simple white sneakers and a pair of dark sunglasses.
Naomi couldn’t wipe the smile off her face as she strolled down the sidewalk.
The Mulholland Drive star is currently working on her own beauty and wellness line which will ‘address the skin and body changes of menopause’.
She’s been posting about the new business venture on social media and is currently creating buzz ahead of the official launch.
The 53-year-old donned a long, bright red skirt with a loose, long-sleeved white top as she walked next to her friend
Naomi wants to conquer the stigma around menopause, saying it is a phase of life that should be better represented in the mass media.
She noted in an Instagram post this week how many women experience feelings of shame as they age past the point where they can have children.
‘Getting older is a privilege and a time for us to feel proud of our cumulative experiences,’ she wrote alongside a makeup-free selfie.
The star said having uncomfortable conversations about topics such as menopause means the issue becomes easier to deal with.
‘Let’s conquer the stigma and address the secrecy and shame we’ve felt and help create a healthier foundation for future generations,’ she wrote.
Naomi’s upcoming line is called Stripes, although it’s currently unclear exactly what kind of products will be included when the business launches this year.
The Mulholland Drive star is currently working on her own beauty and wellness line which will ‘address the skin and body changes of menopause’