Linda Evangelista, Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, and Naomi Campbell, the iconic supermodels of the ’90s, reignite their collective star power on the cover of Vogue‘s coveted September issue. This sizzling reunion is a testament to their enduring allure and serves as a high-fashion tribute to an era that forever etched their names in the annals of style history.
Captured in a stunning monochromatic tableau, these legends radiate elegance and grace, decked out in coordinating black and silver ensembles that exude a timeless glamour. Guided by the creative vision of fashion editor Edward Enninful, the maestro who recently bid adieu to his role as the editor-in-chief of British Vogue, the quartet mesmerizes with their ethereal presence.
Amidst the catchy visuals, the models delve into the narratives of their early runway days, reflecting on the evolution of their individual styles, and sharing intimate glimpses into their enduring friendships that have weathered the sands of time.
Each of the supermodels shines uniquely against this backdrop. Linda Evangelista, agelessly elegant at 58, graces the frame in a black and silver Michael Kors Collection coat paired with strappy silver embellished D’Accori heels. Cindy Crawford, 57, emanates sophistication in a black velvet long-sleeve Bottega Veneta dress, elegantly complemented by Sergio Rossi‘s black strappy heels. Christy Turlington, 54, radiates allure in a plunging Versace jacket and skirt ensemble, paired nostalgically with ’90s mules.
Naomi Campbell, now a mother of two and ever the epitome of chic, dons a black boat neck Prada dress that accentuates her timeless beauty. Completing the ensemble are Paula Rowan‘s elegant leather gloves and embellished Roger Vivier heels, adding an extra layer of opulence.
The captivating journey doesn’t stop at the cover. These supermodels unleash their effervescent glamor in oversized pink and red outerwear, channeling unapologetic confidence. In another captivating shot, they embrace a more casual aesthetic, donning denim and pristine white ensembles. Echoing the sentiment of their indelible mark on fashion, renowned hairdresser Guido Palau aptly describes them as “fashion’s Spice Girls,” a nod to their unparalleled impact.
The excitement reverberates across social media as Vogue unveiled the cover on Instagram, eliciting joyous reactions from followers who rejoiced at the reunion of their favorites. One follower even quipped that it’s the “new series of sex and the city,” a cheeky parallel that holds a hint of truth.