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With stellar genetics plus access to amazing skincare products and the best dermatologists, it’s no surprise that a supermodel would look phenomenal on her 50th birthday. The model took to Instagram to make a very special 50th birthday post, in which she expressed just how thrilled she is to have her main squeeze to share it with her. “Having @RandeGerber by my side is the best way to celebrate,” she captioned the above picture. Okay, so Cindy Crawford pretty much looks fantastic 24/7 but her minimal (no?) makeup, effortlessly tousled hair and birthday glow is really setting the standard for our #lifegoals right now.
Cindy Crawford is one of the most recognizable faces in fashion, but after decades of slaying on the runway, gracing campaigns, magazine covers, and basically being the blueprint for what we think of when we hear the word “supermodel,” Crawford, who is turning 50 this month, is calling it quits in the modeling world.
Allure has been the go-to glossy for beauty addicts for almost 25 years, so you can imagine the shockwaves that followed the news that its founding editor in chief, Linda Wells, is stepping down from her role at the magazine.
Photographed by Chad Pitman for The EDIT, NET-A-PORTER.com. When Cindy Crawford was at the top of her modeling game, she was working out twice a day.
Cindy Crawford is an icon. Cindy has been the face of countless brands, from Pepsi to Meaningful Beauty. Crawford is turning 50 this year, and in celebration of that milestone is releasing a new book, Becoming, this month.
The supermodel is developing a drama for NBC, based on the modeling industry in the ‘80s, when Ford Modeling Agency and Elite Model Management competed for the top international models. Variety reports that this show, tentatively called “Icon,” will be Crawford’s television producing debut.
If there’s anyone that knows what it was like to model in the 1980s — the really big hair, dangerous working conditions (aka posing with exotic animals), and shoulder pads — it’s Cindy Crawford. So the fact that the she’s the brains behind a new television show about the the industry during the era means it’s bound to be on point. According to Variety, the 49-year-old has partnered with NBC to make her producing debut with the tentatively titled series “Icon.” Actors Anne Heche and James Tupper will serve as executive producers. Ironically enough, Robin Bissell, the Hunger Games scribe, has signed on to pen the project, which seems to indicate that the show won’t hold back when it comes to backstage cat fights. But, while the rise of the supers including Brooke Shields, Christie Brinkley, Elle MacPherson, Carol Alt, and others is well documented, the entire show will reportedly be a fictionalized portrayal of their heyday, following the wars between Ford Modeling Agency and Elite Model Management.
Photo: Like anyone vacationing to a warmer climate, Iggy Azalea wore a bathing suit. The photographs show the Australian sensation in a red bikini and in all types of unflattering positions (for anyone).
An unretouched photo of Cindy Crawford in lingerie is going viral because the world isn't used to seeing the reality of a woman's body.
Photo: randegerber/Instagram Last week, allegedly unretouched images of Cindy Crawford wearing black lingerie for a Marie Claire photo shoot hit the internet. Social media went back and forth: were they real? The image, which comes from a Marie Claire Mexico and Latin America December 2013 cover story, has been described as “gorgeous,” “stunning,” and “beautiful.” Yet releasing the image without the 48-year-old’s consent seems like a violation of privacy, or something even more sinister than that, except the public has been quick to look past that and instead view the shot as a step towards female body acceptance. Crawford’s image made its way around the web at a time when women’s bodies are critiqued and torn apart by trolls for aging, gaining weight, losing too much, or even just being themselves. Look at Uma Thurman, who didn’t wear eye makeup to a premiere, and was accused of going under the knife.