Cindy Crawford recently sat down and reminisced about her past days as a supermodel.
Cindy Crawford is a name that rings a bell for many. The 90s supermodel was a very famous personality and no one could ignore that photogenic face of hers with a mole above the lips.
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Cindy said in Violet Grey magazine that she just skipped bread whenever she wanted to slim down. A memorable time she still cannot let go of is her photography session with Helmut Newton.
Cindy Crawford also shared a video of her new photo shoot for The Violet Files on her Instagram. Watch the video below.
Check out my "film stills" shoot by @emmasummerton for @violetgrey. Thanks @cassandragrey and the fab glam team @sergenormant, @lady4eyes @sallylyndley and @lilmilkynail
It’s been two and a half decades yet it seems just like tomorrow. Cindy is about to turn 49. Yet she looks as fresh as the latest cover girl on the frontispiece of Vogue.
Through a variegated and wondrous career, she has churned out workout videos, a skincare line of products as well as a catalogue of furnishings. Cindy has been there and done that.
She has always been a good girl and she had that lithe and lovely physique that was the fantasy figure of millions or rather billions across the planet.
Cindy appeared on MTV for awhile too. She had the confidence and classiness to pull off the natural look and accent that won her such a massive appeal. House of Style on MTV was a brand-building platform for Cindy who was into such things when there was simply no such concept.
She had lots of form despite the general slimness and that was what differentiated her from the other supermodels. Cindy was not a size zero model.
She modeled for Herb Ritts and also married Richard Gere some time in the mid 90s. The two divorced later on. That was when Cindy migrated to Malibu. Cindy takes extra special care of her skin.
Microdermabrasion is the way for her. And she has also written a paperback, compiled a photo album and penned essays about her experiences upon turning 50.
Finally, Cindy believes that one ought to keep it simple. Too much of anything is bad. And less is more in a paradoxical way. Furthermore, Cindy does not have any issues with a bit of nudity. Natural is best.
So much so that she settled for a few shots of her pregnant belly way back in the good old days. She may have aged but she has aged well instead of hankering after youth like the lost generation of baby boomers.
And, last but not least, she sometimes feels a nostalgia settle on her soul about the 90s, that deconstructive decade. She takes good care of her body by taking plenty of exercise and following a good diet. You rock, girl!