Kaia Gerber stuns in leather and lace on Vogue Japan cover

Kaia Gerber has posed for her raciest shoot to date in the new issue of Vogue Japan.Appearing on the cover of the Japanese fashion bible in a sultry leather and lace look, the 18-year-old shared stills of the photoshoot on her Instagram account, includ…

Kaia Gerber has posed for her raciest shoot to date in the new issue of Vogue Japan.

Appearing on the cover of the Japanese fashion bible in a sultry leather and lace look, the 18-year-old shared stills of the photoshoot on her Instagram account, including a shot of her with a corset pulled down low. She used stars to cover her nipples in the image.

Captioning the cover shot, Kaia thanked photography duo Luigi and Iango.

“@voguejapan september cover by @luigiandiango !! thank you to everyone who made my last job before quarantine the best I could ask for. it’s hard not to miss working when I get to be surrounded by so many talented people. Luigi & Iango, I love you both so dearly THANK YOU!” she gushed.

Luigi and Iango also uploaded photos to their Instagram, including one of Kaia, the model daughter of Cindy Crawford, wearing nothing but glossy thigh-high black boots.

“Stunning Kaia,” they titled the image.

Marc Jacobs, Bella Hadid and Zoe Kravitz were among the celebrities to show their appreciation at the stunning photos.

“Wow (red heart),” the designer said, with Bella adding: “Kaia!!!!!!!”

While Zoe commented: “Oh. Ok (heart eye cat emoji).”

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Naomi Campbell ‘forever grateful’ to Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista

Naomi Campbell is “forever grateful” to Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista for their support in the early days of her career.The trio was part of the iconic group of supermodels in the 1990s known as The Big Five, alongside Cindy Crawford and Cla…

Naomi Campbell is “forever grateful” to Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista for their support in the early days of her career.

The trio was part of the iconic group of supermodels in the 1990s known as The Big Five, alongside Cindy Crawford and Claudia Schiffer.

And in a new interview with Variety, Naomi has recalled how grateful she was when the women stood up to defend her when designers refused to use her in their shows.

“I’m forever grateful to these people and to Christy and Linda,” the 50-year-old praised. “Back in the day when people were not so open – because people hadn’t thought about using a woman of colour in shows – they would defend me and put themselves on the line by saying, ‘If you don’t use her you don’t get us.’

“That doesn’t happen today because everyone is out for themselves, and that compassion and support doesn’t exist anymore.”

In addition, the model-turned-philanthropist touchingly revealed that she still regards the supermodels as family.

“Cindy, Linda, Christy and I were four girls who were brought together from different parts of the world,” Naomi shared. “We might never have met if not for work and I still call these women my new additional chosen family as some members of my chosen family have not been around for as long as others.”

Elsewhere in the interview, the British star also discussed reuniting with fellow model Heidi Klum on the Amazon Prime show Making the Cut, after the pair previously worked together on Germany’s Next Top Model.

“I do love working with Heidi. I have a lot of respect for her. She’s fun working to be around and she’s hard-working,” she gushed.

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Presley Gerber debuts barbed wire tattoo

Presley Gerber has showed off the latest addition to his extensive tattoo collection.The 20-year-old model shared a snap of the new ink to his Instagram Stories on Tuesday, with the design comprised of a barbed wire motif on the knuckles of his left ha…

Presley Gerber has showed off the latest addition to his extensive tattoo collection.

The 20-year-old model shared a snap of the new ink to his Instagram Stories on Tuesday, with the design comprised of a barbed wire motif on the knuckles of his left hand.

He tagged tattoo artist Rafael Valdez in the black-and-white picture, with the intricate design placed alongside a hemp leaf and a star, but didn’t add any further comment.

And Presley recently posted a self-portrait on Instagram that showed off nearly all of his infamous tattoos, and captioned the shot: “Beach boy, Malibu ratchet.”

Last month, the son of supermodel Cindy Crawford unveiled two more new designs – the number “310” inked above his belly button and a gun covering his right hipbone.

While back in February, he was heavily criticised for getting the word “MISUNDERSTOOD” tattooed on his face.

He responded to the critics in an Instagram Live video, and said: “I don’t feel very understood, I guess. You don’t know how I feel. You’re not in my head.

“If anyone has s**t to say to me about this, or anything else, or my family, or how I grew up… I will give you my address – I promise – and you can come say it to my face.”

The ink was designed by New York-based tattoo artist Jonathan ‘JonBoy’ Valena, who has previously worked with celebrity clients including Hailey Bieber, Justin Bieber, and Kendall Jenner.

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Kaia Gerber dislocates wrist in mystery accident during lockdown

Kaia Gerber has dislocated her wrist in a mystery accident while in lockdown at her family home in Malibu, California.The 18-year-old, who is holed up with mother Cindy Crawford and dad Rande Gerber, shared a snap on Instagram on Saturday which showed …

Kaia Gerber has dislocated her wrist in a mystery accident while in lockdown at her family home in Malibu, California.

The 18-year-old, who is holed up with mother Cindy Crawford and dad Rande Gerber, shared a snap on Instagram on Saturday which showed her wearing a khaki bikini with a bright blue cast from her hand up to her elbow.

“Had a little accident but I’m okay!” Kaia captioned the snap, which was followed by a picture of an X-ray showing the broken bone in her right wrist.

It’s unclear how the model broke her bone, but her friend Delilah Belle Hamlin, daughter of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Rinna, suggested she’d taken a tumble down the stairs.

“Did you fall down those stairs?” Delilah commented, referencing the flight of steps in the background of Kaia’s photo. “Those stairs are certainly daunting.”

Designer Alexander Wang, actress Ellen Pompeo, and fellow model Martha Hunt also sent their well wishes to Kaia, while Victoria’s Secret Angel Lily Aldridge sweetly commented: “Oh no cutie!!! Feel better,” and Sara Sampaio wrote: “Oh nooo! Get better soon.”

The model has been keeping busy during the lockdown, as she’s managed to give herself a tattoo, host a virtual book club for Instagram fans, and take part in intense workouts with her famous supermodel mother. She also announced she was fostering a three-week-old puppy.

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Kaia Gerber making an effort to look glam while in lockdown

Kaia Gerber is making an effort to look glam even though she’s holed up at home in Los Angeles.In a new chat with U.S. Elle magazine, the model opened up about how her beauty routine and style has changed while she’s been practicing social distancing d…

Kaia Gerber is making an effort to look glam even though she’s holed up at home in Los Angeles.

In a new chat with U.S. Elle magazine, the model opened up about how her beauty routine and style has changed while she’s been practicing social distancing during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and noted that she’s still getting ready to go out, even though she’s staying in.

“For me, it’s been really important to get ready every day even though I’m not going anywhere,” the 18-year-old said. “That’s been one of the biggest things keeping me sane – having that routine.”

She confessed it was too easy to just laze around at home in Malibu, so she tried to get dressed and carry on her beauty regime.

“It can be really easy when you’re staying home every day to fall into that cycle of just staying in your pyjamas so I’m just getting myself out of bed, showering, and doing my skincare routine,” Kaia added.

And the daughter of Cindy Crawford also revealed that she’s been using face masks and charcoal cleansers to keep her skin in tip-top condition.

“Since we’re sitting inside all the time and we’re not getting fresh air it’s an adjustment for every part of you but also your skin,” the brunette beauty explained, before sharing that she’s been enjoying time off from wearing heavy cosmetics. “The biggest thing for me has been letting my skin take a break from make-up because when I’m modelling I’m constantly getting my make-up done and taken off and that can be really hard on your skin, so I’ve been letting my skin breathe.”

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Kaia Gerber tried out DIY tattoo kit during coronavirus lockdown

Kaia Gerber has given herself a stick-and-poke tattoo while at home during self-isolation.The model has opened up about life in lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic for an interview with Glamour magazine, and during the chat, confessed that she res…

Kaia Gerber has given herself a stick-and-poke tattoo while at home during self-isolation.

The model has opened up about life in lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic for an interview with Glamour magazine, and during the chat, confessed that she resorted to DIY ink to tide her over until she could get a real tattoo.

“I’ve been struggling because one of my favourite pastimes was going and getting tattoos, and nobody’s been able to do that. So, in the meantime, I gave myself a stick-and-poke, which I do not recommend,” she told the publication.

Unlike traditional tattoos, simple stick-and-poke designs don’t require any electric tools, and typically involve using a tattoo-grade needle and ink, which can easily be applied to the skin.

“I think I have a newfound appreciation for tattoo artists. It’s not easy,” the 18-year-old admitted. “I didn’t get too ambitious. I gave myself a dot, just so I could be like, “All right, I got a tattoo this month, I’m cool.”

She also discussed her other tattoos, and said that while she might have an addiction to getting ink, each one represents a special time in her life.

“I have a Picasso painting on my arm. That was one of the first ones I got, so maybe that one. It’s hard to pick a favourite!” she shared, adding that she’s also got one dedicated to her famous mother, Cindy Crawford. “I think I was so worried I was going to regret every tattoo I got, and they all represent such an important time in my life, even if the tattoo itself doesn’t have much importance. It’s like they’re all memories, so I don’t feel like I could ever see myself regretting them.”

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Presley Gerber unveils new torso tattoos

Presley Gerber has added two more tattoos to his body art collection.The model, who is the son of Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, took to Instagram on Thursday to upload a video of him playing basketball by himself. Presley didn’t add a caption to the…

Presley Gerber has added two more tattoos to his body art collection.

The model, who is the son of Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, took to Instagram on Thursday to upload a video of him playing basketball by himself.

Presley didn’t add a caption to the post, but his some of his 50,000 followers soon noticed that he was sporting two new inkings – a gun on his right hip and the number “310” above his belly button in a large font.

While the gun design was partially hidden by the 20-year-old’s black sweatpants, the number on his torso is most likely a reference to the Los Angeles area code where he lives.

The video quickly racked up over 20,000 views, with some fans impressed with his new tattoos.

“You are so hard with those tats. Man U reppin the 310 hard (sic),” one wrote, while another added: “You packing heat I see. 310 worldwide.”

Presley, who has starred in campaigns for the likes of HUGO, Calvin Klein, and Topshop, has had a number of new tattoos lately. However, in February, he courted controversy when he had the word ‘Misunderstood’ tattooed on his face by New York-based tattoo artist Jonathan ‘JonBoy’ Valena.

After fans criticised his decision, the star said in an Instagram Live video, “If I thought this was going to ruin my face or I didn’t want this, I wouldn’t have done it. I think that’s a pretty obvious thing… It says misunderstood, because that’s how I felt my entire life.”

He addressed critics of his tattoo on his Instagram Stories too, and wrote: “Most and a lot of people can get a face lifts, change genders, lip injections, etc and it’s offensive to say anything in today’s day in age (sic). But I get a little face tattoo and now people love to hate.”

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Cindy Crawford takes part in virtual photoshoot

Cindy Crawford has taken part in a photoshoot over FaceTime amid the coronavirus lockdown.The supermodel took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a set of photos from the remote shoot she conducted over a video call from her home in California with photog…

Cindy Crawford has taken part in a photoshoot over FaceTime amid the coronavirus lockdown.

The supermodel took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a set of photos from the remote shoot she conducted over a video call from her home in California with photographer Kat Irlin, who is based in New York City.

“There’s a first time for everything! FaceTime photoshoot with @kat_in_nyc,” she wrote in the caption, alongside a snap of her posing. “Fashion and photography are going to be different for a while, but that doesn’t mean we need to stop being creative.”

The photoshoot is a part of a series of FaceTime sessions that photographer Kat has been doing with other models, including Helena Christensen, while practicing social distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic.

She also posted a series of black-and-white images from the FaceTime shoot on Instagram, showing Cindy posing inside and outside her home while wearing a simple black tank top.

Fans and followers of the mother-of-two were impressed with the results, especially Cindy’s hair and make-up skills.

Celebrity hairstylist Harry Josh commented, “Omg (oh my God) love this you look amazing,” while actress Elizabeth Berkley wrote: “Love this!!! Did you do your own hair and make-up? If so, I’m hiring you after this.”

Cindy has been keeping busy during the crisis, which has forced states across the U.S. to impose a lockdown on residents, restricting their movements to stop the spread of the virus.

She recently took part in Naomi Campbell’s No Filter with Naomi series on YouTube, and revealed that some model agents advised her to get rid of her now-iconic beauty mark when she first started out.

“My mother was like, ‘O.K., you can do that, but you don’t know what the scar will look like. You know what your beauty mark looks like,'” the 54-year-old recalled.

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Cindy Crawford was ‘so intimidated’ when she first met Princess Diana

Cindy Crawford has recalled how she was “so intimidated” the first time she met Princess Diana.During a live chat for Naomi Campbell’s No Filter with Naomi series on YouTube, the fashion star recalled one moment she will never forget – the time Diana o…

Cindy Crawford has recalled how she was “so intimidated” the first time she met Princess Diana.

During a live chat for Naomi Campbell’s No Filter with Naomi series on YouTube, the fashion star recalled one moment she will never forget – the time Diana organised for her to meet Prince William at Kensington Palace when he was around the age of 16.

“I was so intimidated meeting Princess Diana and being at Kensington Palace and just how completely down-to-earth she was because there’s so much protocol I guess, and not being English, I don’t understand some of it,” she remembered, before adding that she felt it was a bit like “going to a friend’s house”. “I feel like she was in jeans and like a cashmere sweater and almost that vibe of being super laid back. So, I also was probably a little, I mean it was uncomfortable, but it was sweet. It was a very sweet day and a great memory.”

In addition, Campbell explained how she and fellow ’90s supermodels Claudia Schiffer and Christy Turlington had surprised Prince William when he was a few years younger.

“He was coming home from school. And we had gotten there before he had gotten home from school and Princess Diana was like, ‘Okay.’ So, we were just like, ‘What do we do?’ I mean, it was so sweet,” the 49-year-old smiled.

And Campbell had nothing but praise for Diana, who tragically died at the age of 36 in 1997.

“Loved Princess Diana, I just loved her. Humble, how down-to-earth and I’m just blessed to know her for the time that I did,” she added.

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Claudia Schiffer once hired security guards to stop underwear thieves

Claudia Schiffer has recalled how she once had to hire security guards to stop people from stealing her underwear.The German beauty shot to fame in the early 1990s as one of the “big six” supermodels alongside Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evan…

Claudia Schiffer has recalled how she once had to hire security guards to stop people from stealing her underwear.

The German beauty shot to fame in the early 1990s as one of the “big six” supermodels alongside Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, and Kate Moss.

However, in a new cover interview for the May 2020 issue of Elle U.K., Claudia reflected on some of the drawbacks of celebrity, including how she had to employ security staff in order to ward off peeping Toms and stop fans from taking her bras and underwear.

“People would cut holes in the fashion tents and try to take pictures of us,” she remembered. “We had security at every fashion show. When I was out on the runway I’d come back and constantly my underwear would be gone – my bra, my knickers … gone!”

And while Claudia has no regrets about her fashion career, she is pleased she no longer has to deal with the frenzied attention – and is happy to pass on her mantle to younger models like Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner.

“You don’t have to be called (beautiful) your entire life,” the 49-year-old explained. “It’s a nice memory, but then the next generation starts and you hand over. For me, it’s a natural thing to do… to hand over, to not be envious or jealous.

“As a matter of fact, I can’t think of anything worse right now than if you said, ‘There’s a magic pill and it’s going to make you look 20 again.'”

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