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Fran Drescher Attends Paris Fashion Week in Chic Menswear-Inspired Ensemble

'The Nanny' star showed off her stylish take on menswear at the AMI Alexandre Mattiussi show Thursday evening

<p>Swan Gallet/WWD via Getty</p> Fran Drescher on January 18, 2024 in Paris, France.

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Fran Drescher on January 18, 2024 in Paris, France.

Fran Drescher looked très chic at Paris Fashion Week.

The Nanny star, 66, impressed in a stylish menswear-inspired look at Paris Fashion Week. She donned a chic pantsuit at the AMI Alexandre Mattiussi Menswear Fall/Winter 2024-2025 fashion show on Thursday night in the French capital.

Her look consisted of a tailored black pantsuit on top of a silk black and white pinstripe vest and a pair of satin black pointed-toe heels.

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Drescher styled the look with a floor-length gray boucle coat, a small black leather baguette purse, and a pair of black rectangular sunglasses. Her look was topped off with a simple gold pendant necklace.

<p>Swan Gallet/WWD via Getty</p> Fran Drescher on January 18, 2024 in Paris, France.

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Fran Drescher on January 18, 2024 in Paris, France.

The actress wore a bold red lipstick with a light eyeshadow look and styled her brown ombré hair in a voluminous curled blowout.

<p>Francois Durand/Getty</p> Fran Drescher on January 18, 2024 in Paris, France.

Francois Durand/Getty

Fran Drescher on January 18, 2024 in Paris, France.

Drescher has developed a reputation for having show-stopping looks. Notably, the actress’ Nanny character, Fran Fine, donned countless iconic outfits  — so many in fact there was an exhibit of her costumes in 2022.

Since then, the SAG-AFTRA president has reworn many of Fran Fine's fashions again on her social media channels.

CBS via Getty Images; Fran Drescher Instagram
CBS via Getty Images; Fran Drescher Instagram

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Emmy-winning Nanny costume designer Brenda Cooper spoke to Hello Giggles about her experience on the CBS sitcom and working with Drescher, who starred in, created and produced the series.

"Fran gave me my wings and she trusted me," Cooper told Hello Giggles. "We were a match made in heaven. She just let me do my thing, and that's what the result was."

"I didn't get any direction, but I knew exactly what to do, and Fran just let me do it,” said Cooper.  "I intentionally wanted to make a statement of style, wit, and humor, all combined.”

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Prior to Drescher’s Paris trip, she notably led the SAG-AFTRA union in the recent actors' strike, which led to a historic agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP).

Drescher opened up about how proud she was of the deal, which the union valued to be worth about $1 billion.

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