Making for a moment in which they'll surely cherish forever, Andie MacDowell and her darling daughters teamed up for a family focused Town & Country 2012 issue cover gig.
The 54-year-old actress looked stunning in a Bottega Veneta silk velvet gown for the Art Streiber shot front page while posing alongside her grown and gorgeous girls, Rainey and Margaret Qualley.
Available at newsstands today, a few highlights from Miss MacDowell's accompanying interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Town & Country!
"I'm in an unusual stage right now because I haven't dated in so long. The sense of isolation turns it all into a bigger deal. Just taking the risk of opening that door is really hard for me right now."
On the fantasy that came to her during a L'Oreal photo shoot:
"In my fantasy, I would get into elevators, those old fashioned, really beautiful ones in Paris, and start hitting on men - any man that I sould get in the elevator alone with. It didn't matter what they looked like or how old they were. In some sort of sensual way I would hit on them. But only as long as they were in the elevator. As soon as the doors would open, it would be over."
On the fashion trend she hates:
"Have you noticed all the shorts this summer? The clashed, open shorts? What woman my age is going to walk around like that? I went to get my hair colored yesterday, and a woman walked in in a pair of those shorts and high heels with her butt hanging out. And I just thought, 'why?'"
On aging gracefully:
“I think there is sexy, and then there’s tacky sexy. When you’re young, you can get away with tacky sexy. I mean, it’s not even tacky when you’re young. But when you get older, it’s just tacky.”