The style trade’s fab 4 reunited on the Vogue World: London catwalk.
Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista made a shock look on the runway in the course of the Thursday, September 14, occasion at Theatre Royal Drury Lane within the U.Okay.
Towards the top of the present — which celebrated the perfect of British tradition by way of music and theatrical performances — the enduring supermodels emerged from behind a sliding door as Annie Lennox belted out “Candy Desires.”
Crawford, 57, was a imaginative and prescient in feather-adorned gown as Campbell, 53, commanded consideration in a inexperienced cutout robe. Turlington, 54, appeared heavenly in a one-shoulder metallic robe as Evangelista, 58, was whimsical in a chrome halter gown. The ladies held arms and smiled as members of the viewers erupted with cheers and applause. They then dispersed, strutting their stuff in numerous instructions down the runway.
The women’ look at Vogue World comes forward of the discharge of their Apple TV+ documentary, The Tremendous Fashions, which can hit the streaming platform on Wednesday, September 20.
The venture will spotlight the highs and lows of their careers, taking viewers on and past the runway after Crawford, Campbell, Turlington and Evangelista took over the style world within the ‘80s and ‘90s. They had been declared “The Large Six,” which included Claudia Schiffer and Kate Moss — who won’t seem within the Apple TV+ particular.
Forward of the documentary’s launch, the foursome opened up about their affect of their cowl story for Vogue’s September 2023 challenge (a.ok.a. the style challenge). On the quilt, Evangelista introduced the glam in a sequined Michael Kors coat, whereas Crawford and Campbell opted for Bottega Veneta and Prada robes, respectively. Turlington, for her half, sported a coordinating Versace jacket and skirt.
“It was insane. We aren’t the Beatles!” Evangelista advised the publication in regards to the overwhelming media consideration gained from the women’ look in George Michael’s “Freedom! ’90” music video and their iconic arm-in-arm strut on the Versace catwalk in 1991.
With so many eyes on them consistently, Crawford, Campbell, Turlington and Evangelista shaped a good bond that’s nonetheless sturdy right now.
“There was a sisterhood there, outlined by caring and loyalty: When one is down you decide the opposite one up,” Campbell gushed, noting that her mannequin buddies had been those who satisfied her to stroll in her first present for Michael Kors after a last-minute cancellation.