Lisa Rinna continues to set the bar to "legend" levels.
The 59-year-old took to Instagram on Wednesday to post a photo of herself doing the splits and holding a vacuum, while wearing a heather grey underwear set from Alexander Wang's new "Bodywear" collection. In the shot, the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star stunned in the collection's ribbed short-sleeve T-shirt ($50 CAD/$40 USD) and matching ribbed underwear ($30 USD/$39 CAD), pairing the pieces with classic grey socks and her signature sharp shag haircut.
"It's called multitasking," the "Days of Our Lives" actress started in her caption, adding a red lipstick kiss mark emoji. "Whenever, wherever."
Fans filled the "Melrose Place" star's post with comments of praise for her staggering looks.
"Continue to set the bar," one person replied.
"Major respect that you can do that split!!" another added.
"She is the moment," responded one fan.
"You're a frickin' legend," another commented.
"We love a multitasking queen," someone shared.
"Everything about you is just too amazing!" said a fan.
Alexander Wang released its new "bodywear" collection on Wednesday, which includes a range of everyday essentials that combine underwear and loungewear. Coming in black, heather grey and white, the collection — which offers both a women's and men's line — turns to an "elevated approach to basics" while maintaining an "accessible price point," according to the brand.
The campaign for the collection focused on showcasing and celebrating unique personalities and talent as they performed their every day activities. Aside from Rinna, people like CrossFit athlete Sidney Wilson and rapper Maliibu Miitch also shot campaign photos while wearing pieces from the collection.
Back in May, actress and model Julia Fox was also seen wearing the black ribbed triangle bra ($30 USD/$39 CAD) with a matching pair of black ribbed undies ($30 USD/$39 CAD). Sporting the look during a grocery run, the "Uncut Gems" star added an oversized light denim blazer, matching denim boots and a tote bag made out of light denim jeans.
According to Alexander Wang, Fox was "highlighting the versatility of the collection, which can be worn whenever, wherever."