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With age comes perspective, wisdom and it would appear even more beauty, as evidenced by The Reunion, a short black-and-white film made by Peter Lindbergh for Nowness’ Directors’ Cut series, which features some of the ‘90s most famous faces, like Cindy Crawford and Helena Christensen.
Lindbergh was responsible for the iconic 1990 Vogue cover featuring the pair of supermodels — along with Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz and Christy Turlington — in oversized white shirts that made quite a splash. Now in 2015, yes, 25 years later, the fresh-faced stunners are in their 40s and looking better than ever.
For this new photo shoot, the famed photographer rounded up Crawford, Christensen, Patitz, Eva Herzigova, Karen Alexander and Nadja Auermann and again set them on a beach for solo and group shots — this time in cozy sweaters.
The film gives a behind-the-scenes look at the whole process, as well as some insight into Lindbergh’s success. Says Crawford in the film, “The thing that makes working with Peter memorable is just Peter, it’s his energy. He loves women and that really comes across. He really sees the beauty in a mature woman, like through experience, through having children, through heartbreaks, through love, through all of that. Peter thinks [it] adds to our beauty and that’s really what we’re here doing today.”
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