A native of New York, she first appeared in a commercial at the age of 11 months. Other notable roles include her portrayal of the title character in the true crime drama Amanda Knox: Murder on Trial in Italy and Kirby Reed in the slasher film Scream 4. Panettiere first appeared in commercials at the age of 11 months, beginning with an advertisement for a Playskool toy train. Panettiere became most prominent as Claire Bennet in the NBC series Heroes , which was created by Tim Kring, as a high school cheerleader with regenerative healing powers. Thanks to her role on Heroes , she became a regular on the science fiction convention circuit, invited to attend conventions around the world in , including Gen Con, New York Comic Con, and Fan Expo Canada.
Since the heyday of the s, there's been a casual revolution, a revolt against covered-but-sheer legs. Now hosiery is making its comeback. Shoulder pads came back. So did, briefly, stirrup pants. It was only a matter of time before the return of pantyhose. Before you set your bra on fire, recognize that these are not the constricting, Band-Aid-hued hose that came in egg-shaped cans at your pharmacy. These pantyhose are comfortable, ultrafeminine and even can make your legs look better.
By Lauren Paxman. The Duchess of Cambridge has been criticised for her love of Eighties-style sheer hosiery, which has sparked a bit of a following. The look is said to have an aging effect on the young royal, but everyone from Pippa Middleton to Hayden Panettiere has picked up on the trend.
The first thing to get out of the way when discussing Kate Middelton's apparent penchant for pantyhose cringe-worthy, we know is that she has to wear them. The Royal Family has a sort of dress code forbidding bare legs. It's also anti-open toe shoes. But the rest of world doesn't have to wear sheer panty hose, so why are they? Bennett's black patent leather "Greta" wedges.