Claudia Schiffer is curating her first exhibition for Dusseldorf's Kunstpalast museum.
The German supermodel is working on Fashion Photography From the 1990s, which will open on 4 March 2021 for three months.
It will include works from some of fashion's most famous photographers, like Juergen Teller, Ellen von Unwerth, and Arthur Elgort, as well as late Chanel head Karl Lagerfeld.
"The '80s was when I fell in love with fashion, but the '90s was when I learnt what fashion really was. It was an intense and amazing time that had not been seen before, when shoots lasted for days and fashion was front-page news for weeks," Schiffer said in a statement.
"Myself, and the other supermodels lived and breathed it and for the first time we realised together, we had the power to make change."
The German city of Dusseldorf holds a special place in Schiffer's heart as it was where she was discovered at the age of 17 in a nightclub.
Kunstpalast's general director Felix Kramer also shared his joy at partnering with the 49-year-old star.
"I am delighted that we have been able to get Claudia Schiffer to curate an exhibition about the fashion world of the '90s," he said.
"With this show, Germany's most successful model - whose career began in Dusseldorf - will reflect in a very personal way an era that set standards to this day."
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