The 72-year-old singer and poet looks set to become the newest celebrity to front one of Saint Laurentâ€™s ad campaigns.
According toÂ Page Six Style the singer is reportedly due to shoot for the French fashion houseâ€™s spring 2020 campaign in New York later this month.
The images will be taken by Steven Sebring, which should make for some amazing images as the duo have a special relationship with the photographer having shot Patti in 1995 for Spin magazine and spent the last decade producing â€˜Dream of Lifeâ€™, a biographical documentary about the punk-rock legend.
Patti is the latest in a string of edgy models to appear for the brand, with Courtney Love and Marilyn Manson previously fronting campaigns for the high-fashion label.
And back in May â€˜Stranger Thingsâ€™ actor,Â Finn Wolfhard, also landed an impressive Saint Laurent campaign.
The fashion industry is on aÂ diversityÂ and inclusivity roll recently with other brands also getting the memo that women who are older than â€˜typicalâ€™ model age can still rock it as models and ambassadors.
The 54-year-old Oscar-winning actress will join the brandâ€™s roster of distinguished spokeswomen in fronting the brandâ€™s mission to reflect the diversity of the modern world.
â€œI worked tremendously hard to get where I am today â€“ overcoming feelings of doubt to become a woman who truly believes I am â€˜worth itâ€™ in every way. I believe itâ€™s so important to build confidence in women from a young age, and to role model diverse perspectives of beauty,â€ said Davis.
Now in her sixth decade Davis says she hopes to encourage other women to believe every age is beautiful.
â€œThereâ€™s classical beauty, but with age and experience comes confidenceâ€”and there is nothing more beautiful than that,â€ she said.
â€œTo now be part of a brand that has been championing womenâ€™s worth for more than 40 years and to use my voice to help empower others is truly surreal.â€
Lâ€™OrÃ©al Paris have certainly been doing their bit in offering proof that age is no barrier to beauty.
Letâ€™s hope more fashion and beauty brands follow suit in breaking down the age boundaries.