Zelda Kaplan, nightlife legend, remains one of New York's most notorious club kids at age 93.
The gray-haired nonagenarian donned dark oversized glasses and a ruby red ensemble last night at Amnesia Nightclub where she was honored at a fundraiser -- and she confessed that she still goes out nearly every night of the week and parties until 4 a.m.
“I highly recommend all people from the age of 20 to 100 don't sit at home,” Zelda said Wednesday night.
“Get out there and mingle with the rest of humanity. … I'm full of energy and even though I'll be 94 in June, I still feel like I'm 20.”
“The bouncers outside never turn me away,” she said. “They're always so nice and respectful.”
African-fusion and Latin songs filled the air at the club -- music Zelda said is her favorite to dance to.
“But that doesn't mean I don't enjoy a good Lindy Hop every once in a while,” she said.
Proceeds from the fundraiser last night went to the “Keep A Child Alive” foundation.