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Halle Berry Launches Lingerie Line – See Her First Sexy Promo Photo!

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Halle Berry makes 50 look good.

The actress took to Instagram on Monday to share some big news: She’s launching a brand new lingerie line!

Berry accompanied the special announcement with a photo of her rocking a see-through, wet white T-shirt and black lacy panties.

“The big FIVE OH has taught me to be FEARLESS!” she posted with the sexy snap. “I’m about to launch a lingerie line at 50.”

“Here’s what I know for sure… it’s never too early or too late to do what EVER makes you happy,” she added. “{a little BTS image from our recent @scandalehalleberry shoot.} #fearlessat50.”

No word yet on when her Scandale line will launch, but the official website promises it’ll be “Soon.”

“This is lingerie for real women,” she writes on the site. “We have real curves, real colors, and real needs. We deserve lingerie that lives up to us. This is beautiful lingerie that’s practical, functional, and so comfortable you’ll never want to take it off. And you don’t have to! Because this is lingerie you can stay in, play in, live all-day-every-day in.”

We’re loving the “Monsters Ball” star’s latest business endeavor! What do you think about Halle’s promo pic? Tell toofab in the comment section below and check out the gallery above to see more of your favorite leading ladies then and now!


SRC: Toofab

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