Pamela Anderson Revives Iconic Baywatch Suit for Richie Rich Fashion Show

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It's been 12 years since Pamela Anderson left Baywatch. She's gone through multiple other shows, a few marriages and divorces, and changed her breast size more often than her hairdo. But for a 42-year-old, she can still pull off the iconic high-cut red one-piece that caused countless boners in the '90s.

Anderson busted out the suit for the finale of friend and former Heatherette co-designer Richie Rich's debut showing of his line A*MUSE for Funkshion Fashion Week Miami Beach. At first, she strutted out with her face covered in some sort of evil Ronald McDonald mask, which is probably some PETA crap.

You can view a slide show of more of Pam and the rest of the fashion show here. We know we'll be wearing that air-brushed Speedo, caution tape, and high-tops outfit all next summer.

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