American supermodel Cindy Crawford ( Storm Management ) stuns in Vogue Australia, March 2017 issue and talks having kids and her 30-year career.
Photographed by Emma Summerton and styled by Paul Cavaco, the iconic supermodel wears a Christian Dior dress on the cover of Vogue’s March 2017 issue.
Decades on from her ‘90s modelling pinnacle, Cindy just may have defined the word supermodel.
Chatting to Vogue’s Zara Wong about her success, Crawford admitting she approached modelling as a career rather than a lifestyle, which may have contributed to us loving her even more now, decades later.
“I was never the one who had to be dragged out of the club at 5am!” Crawford said.
“It [modelling]is like a sport that you can get better at. Even though you get older, you’re like an ageing athlete who knows the game.”
Crawford also talks about her personal turning points, naming her skincare line Meaningful Beauty as one of them.
“That was when I transitioned from being just a model for hire … it is more risky because most models get the big cheque whether it [what they’re promoting]does well or not, so it was scary to not have that guarantee but to participate in the success.”
In the cover interview, Crawford also chats openly about beauty, her insecurities and being an icon. She has insecurities just like any woman, she points out. “Not that I wish I was less fearful, but I wish I cared less about getting older.”
Today her 15-year-old daughter Kaia is following her steps. She has already begun building a solid modelling portfolio, most recently shooting the cover for Love Magazine with her pal and reality star Kendall Jenner.