An unretouched photo of Crawford posing in lingerie for a Marie Claire Mexico and Latin America photo shoot is leaked via social media. Marie Claire confirms that the photo is real and a leak. Marie Claire statement:
No matter where the photo came from, it’s an enlightenment. We’ve always known Crawford was beautiful, but seeing her like this only makes us love her more.
Crawford launches a healthy meal service called Cindy’s Essentials with Urban Remedy founder Pasquale. The plan focuses on organic foods such as raw snacks, meals and cold-pressed juices.
To me, the best thing about Cindy’s Essentials is how you sprinkle it your real life. It’s not a cleanse. That’s such a thing, like ‘Oh, I’m on a cleanse.’ But this is just having something as convenient as vending machine food that’s good for you.
Gerber appears in her first magazine shoot on the pages of Teen Vogue. Gerber discusses what it is like to have mom, Cindy Crawford, around on shoots.
She knows so much about it. I think it would be hard for her to be on set and not say things like, ‘Psst, Kaia, put your elbow up.’
Crawford gives an interview to Shape Magazine about drinking Urban Remedy green juices for overall body health.
Green juices with no fruit like Glow, Braniac, and Genius. Each green juice is full of minerals and active enzymes that aid in cleansing, detoxifying the body, helping restore balance, and boosting energy. My favorite green juices are rich in E3 Live, an all-organic aqua botanical considered one of nature’s most beneficial superfoods. It makes my skin absolutely glow. I tend to stick with green juices I really like to keep an eye on my sugar intake.
Crawford appears on the cover of the December 2013 issue of Marie Claire Mexico. Photographer:
Cindy is iconic. She is the quintessential supermodel. Always professional and gracious, she enters the room as if it was her first shoot. She takes on whatever persona the shoot calls for. I love working with her.
The former model talks about how growing up pretty has its disadvantages.
I did not grow up feeling that I had to prove that I was as good as boys. I assumed that I was