Cindy Crawford is still rockin’ it after an unbelievable 33 years modeling.
Can you believe that she became a household name in 1985?
Time has been incredibly kind.
Just look at her in the 2018 Superbowl ad for Pepsi that brought you right back to her 1992 Superbowl ad:
I’m pretty sure it isn’t Pepsi that’s keeping her look that great, though.
She’s been a ubiquitous presence in the fashion industry since she burst onto the scene way back in 1985.
And more than three decades later, the work is still streaming in thick and fast for original supermodel Cindy Crawford, as the ageless beauty shot scenes for an upcoming commercial in Rome, Italy, on Thursday.
The 52-year-old star continued to defy the years as she followed the direction of Italian directing supremo Gabriele Muccino in a gorgeous white dress.
The stunning frock of course enabled the beauty to showcase her famous lithe legs, with the dress’ hem skimming the tops of Cindy’s thigh.
Cindy also showed off her flawless decolletage in the dress thanks to its square neckline, with the number also teasing at her slender physique with its sheer, patterned motif.
Source: Daily Mail
Entertainment Tonight covered her incredible non-aging when she turned 50 a couple of years ago:
Her 16-year old daughter, Kaia Gerber, has taken over the modeling baton.
Wow! That’s an incredible likeness, isn’t it?
Well done on all your hard work to keep yourself looking great.
It’s certainly paid off.
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Here’s a shirt for real men (and women, too):
Why be average? It’s so overrated.
Everyone does that.