'Somehow I got the team on board': Supermodel Coco Rocha reveals what REALLY went down behind the scenes of the incredible cover shoot where she dangled from a crane
- Coco Rocha made her name as one of the world's first 'digital' super models
- The Canadian catwalk queen, 31, recently graced the cover of Grazia Australia
- She posed while dangling from a construction crane, without a safety harness
- Coco shared a behind-the-scenes look at the shoot on Instagram
Coco Rocha has treated fashionistas to a behind the scenes look at what really went into the incredible crane cover shoot for Grazia Australia's 'Reinvention Issue'.
In a video shared on the official Instagram account, the Canadian model, 31, is a posing while storming from a construction crane in Brooklyn, New York City, without a safety net or harness.
Dressed in a monochrome polka dot dress by Dolce and Gabbana and quirky striped brogues, the mother of two shows no fear as she launches herself into the air from the steps of a ladder.
Clinging to the hook of the crane with only one arm, Coco twists and turns for the camera, extending her endless legs gracefully like a ballerina.
Beauty editor Emily Algar has given fashionistas a behind the scenes look at what really went into Coco Rocha's incredible crane cover shoot for Grazia Australia's 'Reinvention Issue' (pictured)
Sharing the cover shoot with her 1.4 million Instagram followers, Coco revealed the crane concept was entirely her idea – but it took some convincing to get the production team on board.
"Super proud of this second Grazia cover!" she captioned the post.
'We had already shot the story and multiple cover options, but there was literally about five minutes left in the day so I suggested we try a last shot of me hanging from a crane that was stationed outside the studio.
"Somehow I've got the whole team on board for this insurance nightmare, and let's just call this an advanced model move that's NOT to be tried at home!"
On her modeling career, Coco said she thinks or the job as acting without words.
The shoot, which took place in an industrial yard in Brooklyn, New York City, saw the 31-year-old Canadian catwalk queen dangling from a crane without a safety net or harness
The mother-of-two showed no fear as she posed up a storm for the camera in a monochrome polka dot dress by Dolce and Gabbana
"As models, we really only have our faces and bodies to tell an entire story, often in one moment," she told Grazia.
'Because we can't rely on words or sounds, I think we are sort of like silent movie stars.
"I really try to take my profession seriously and channel different characters and emotions is something I work hard at."
Known as one of the world's first 'digital' super models, Coco was one of the first models to use social media to build its reputation.
She twisted and turned for the camera, extending her endless legs gracefully like a ballerina
Over the course of her almost two-decade long career, Coco has walked the runway for esteemed designers including Stella McCartney and Marc Jacobs and fronted campaigns for the likes of Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent
The mother-of-two – who shares daughter Ioni, four, and son Iver, one, with husband James Conran – now boasts over 1.4 million followers on Instagram.
Over the course of her almost two-decade long career, she has stormed the runway for esteemed designers including Stella McCartney and Marc Jacobs.
Coco has fronted campaigns for the likes of Versace, Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent and Balenciaga and graced the pages of magazines from Harper's Bazaar to Vogue.
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