SO2 PART 3
The original supermodels, notably Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista — referenced in the fashion industry as The Supers — have reconvened for Vogue‘s annual September issue.
It is the legendary image that ushered in supermodel era and arguably defined their respective careers: Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, Christy Turlington and Cindy Crawford photographed together by Peter Lindberg for the Vogue January 1990 cover.
Now, 33 years later, the image has been recreated by Brazilian photog Rafael Pavarotti as the quartet of catwalk queens grace the coveted cover of the fashion bible, set to hit news stands on Tuesday. Missing from the infamous group shot is Tatjana Patitz, who died earlier this year.
Now in their fifties, the four women will also appear in a documentary, The Super Models, on Apple TV. The series, which premieres in September, documents the late 1980s and early 90s, when they first began modelling.
British Vogue September 2023 Cover
Editor-in-Chief: Edward Enninful
Photographer: Rafael Pavarotti
Fashion Editor/Stylist: Edward Enninful
Hair Stylist: Eugene Souleiman
Make-up Artists: Adam Fleischhauer & Stephane Marais
Set Designer: Stefan Beckman
Casting Director: Rosie Vogel
Manicurists: Candice Idehen & Megumi Yamamoto
Models: Christy Turlington, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, and Naomi Campbell
American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer Doja Cat was featured in Harper’s Bazaar —The Icons Issue wearing the Web Dress from New York-based Jamaican brand Diotima. The Paint The Town Red singer wore Cartier accessories to finish the look.
Founded in 2021 by fashion designer Rachel Scott, Diotima’s focus is placed on supporting and amplifying artisanal communities on The Rock.
Queen Bey wears Sammy B, again!
Superstar performer Beyoncé was spotted out with hubby Jay-Z on the French Riviera wearing the Virgo Maxi Button Front Dress by Rock-blooded fashion designer Samantha Black.
Black fronts Sammy B, an eclectic women’s ready-to-wear clothing line based in New York. Black made headlines in 2017 when Beyoncé first rocked the Neon Pink Strip Wrap Jacket and matching pants from the brand.