Prestigious fashion magazine,
Marjorie Gilbert, who turned a 100 years old in January, becomes the latest face of fashion as Vogue showcases the stylish senior citizen.
Walesonline reports that Marjorie, who is from Aberdare, used to be in the cardboard box-making business, had imagined that getting a telegram from the Queen, would be the biggest thing she would ever receive in 2016.
Then Marjorie received the invite to take part in a high profile shoot for a new Harvey Nichols campaign, and her life was changed forever.
Rocking Valentino glasses, a Dries Van Noten coat, The Row pants and a Victoria Beckham top, 'Bo' as Majorie is popularly known, was photographed by 'Dazed and Confused' co-founder, Phil Poynter, which made her Vogue's first ever centenarian model to be featured on its pages.
Bo who never goes without her heels and make-up on, found the history making shoot to be a culmination of a very long life spent looking after her appearance.
During her interview, Bo hinted:
"I do things I think a lot of people wouldn't at my age and I've always liked to keep myself looking quite decent, even if I'm not going out."
Bo's achievement is one of the rarest yet for her age grade.