POP magazine has been hitting the spot for us lately and the magazine’s latest offering is no exception. While Kaia Gerber continues to soar to new heights within the world of modeling, mom Cindy Crawford proves she’s still at the top of her game and scores the cover of the biannual fashion bible for Spring/Summer 2018. Regular POP contributor Charlotte Wales photographed the original supermodel and all-American beauty on location in Los Angeles, transporting us back to the 80s in the vintage-inspired shoot. Cindy serves major high glam in the first cover (below) and vamps it up driving a classic Lamborghini Countach on the second (after the jump).
Every one of our forum members can’t wait to score a copy. “Such a fantastic cover, you don’t need much except that beautiful face! So excited to get this, it must look amazing in print!” raved Miss Dalloway.
“We can ALWAYS trust in POP,” said helmutnotdead on the magazine’s efforts this season.
“Cindy’s editorial is absolutely stunning. So nostalgic and yet she looks her age, powerful, like a true supermodel,” voiced marsnoop2.
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“It’s kinda funny how Kaia kinda revitalized Cindy’s career. I always said it was a shame how she was rarely used in the past decade or so compared to other supers (maybe by her own decision), but now she’s hot again,” Marc10 appreciated.
The shoot, however, wasn’t catering to everyone’s satisfaction. “We are in fantasy world territory. Cindy does not look like that, clearly once again, and magazines do this to all older models. They are happy to use their name to sell magazines but God forbid they use an image where they look a day older than when they were at their prime,” critiqued Les_Sucettes.
“Has Cindy perhaps had some work done? And why not if she wished to? The fact is that POP has made Cindy look incredible. Look at the difference if you turn this cover (above) sideways. Great art direction! That beauty spot, those earrings…” admired lewak.
Check out Cindy’s cover shoot in all its glory, as well as other covers POP has delivered for the issue here.