Holden, who turned 50 in February, doesn’t hold back when it comes to her views on antiquated and ageist style rules. In her JD Williams shoot she wears a ruched bodycon dress, a silver jumpsuit and an oversized tuxedo jacket as a mini.
On her way into work every morning, to present Heart FM’s radio breakfast show, she is photographed by waiting paparazzi wearing thigh-split skirts with draped blouses, off-the-shoulder crop tops and colourful shirtdresses.
For years, when it comes to style, she has ignored critics and marched to the beat of her own drum - why would that change now, she asks? “I wouldn't say that I've always been on point,” she says. “But I definitely always dress for myself and other women.Read more on telegraph.co.uk