Linda Evangelista has a new project to promote.
On Monday, the 57-year-old supermodel took to Instagram to share a caption with Linda Evangelista that was shot by Steven Meisel.
The release date is September 12, 2023.
The Vogue cover girl — who has claimed her weight gain is linked to CoolSculpting — was spotted posing with Steven in a ’90s-era photo, and she also shared the book cover.
“We’ve been working together on photo shoots since we first met in 1987,” he wrote. “Our book, Linda Evangelista portrayed by Steven Meisel, is a celebration of our friendship and an expression of our gratitude for the lives and jobs we’ve given.” The Canadian catwalk star in her caption.
The book will be available worldwide on September 13th via @phaidonpress. We hope you enjoy the pictures as much as we enjoyed every second of creating them.
Working together: Linda Evangelista has a new project to promote. On Monday, the model took to Instagram to share that she was coming up with a book titled Linda Evangelista that was shot by Steven Meisel. It was seen in 1990 in New York City
Book Cover: Release date is September 12, 2023. The Vogue cover girl — who opened up about gaining weight thanks to CoolSculpting — shared the cover of the book
Kate Moss’ friend ended with: “With our love and thanks, Linda & Steven #lindabystevenbook.”
Linda was a modeling queen in the ’90s working for Versace, Fendi, and Valentino.
Her contemporaries were Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, and Naomi Campbell.
The synopsis for her new book reads, “Clear from her first photo shoot in 1987, legendary photographer Steven Meisel’s portraits of Linda Evangelista, one of the original ‘supermodels’ of the 1980s, are the result of a remarkable creative symbiosis between photographer and muse.
Featuring more than 180 photographs taken over twenty-five years, this long-awaited book chronicles Meisel’s ever-evolving vision of Evangelista, depicted in a wide range of imaginative narrative contexts.
ALWAYS BEAUTIFUL: She looked gorgeous in 1989, left, and also in 2022, right
Two good ones: “We’ve been making pictures together since we first met in 1987. Our book, Linda Evangelista photographed by Steven Meisel, is both a celebration of our friendship and an expression of our gratitude for the lives and jobs we’ve had,” the Catwalk star wrote in her caption. Seen in the 90’s
Completed: Linda was a modeling queen in the ’90s. Her contemporaries were Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, and Naomi Campbell
Art directed by Jason Duzansky, the book includes a foreword by fashion editor William Norwich, which tells the story of their friendship and places it in the broader context of the fashion industry.
With exquisite reproductions and packaged in a deluxe canvas case, this extraordinary title is Maisel’s first retrospective study. It celebrates the collaborations that have produced some of the most memorable images in fashion history.
Evangelista recently revealed that she gained weight after a bad surgery.
In 2021, she claimed to have suffered a ‘brutal disfigurement’ from a rare side effect of the plastic surgery she underwent many years ago, and also explained her absence from the spotlight on Instagram.
The supermodel was back in the public eye when she blamed her ‘aloof’ behavior on a discredited procedure.
In a statement on social media, the icon claimed she was permanently disfigured due to a rare side effect of the fat reduction process.
Cheers: She’s worked with some of the best photographers around the world and shot campaigns for Versace and Valentino. Seen in the 90’s
According to Linda, she underwent CoolSculpting to reduce her fat cells, but instead the procedure increased her fat cells, a risk she insists she was not warned about, so she is now seeking legal action.
She developed paradoxical lipomegaly – a rare, previously unreported adverse effect of cryolipolysis, reported in 0.0051% of 1.5 million CoolSculpting procedures performed worldwide.
With this condition, the treated area becomes larger, not smaller, in the weeks following the procedure. It can leave a “painless, visibly enlarged, firm, well-defined lump” under the skin.
Linda’s statement read: “Today I have taken a huge step towards righting a wrong I have suffered and kept to myself for more than five years. For my followers who have wondered why I am not working while my colleagues’ jobs are booming, it is because I have been brutally mutilated by a procedure.” Zeltiq’s CoolSculpting…
(She) did the opposite of what she promised. It increased, not decreased, my fat cells and left me permanently disfigured even after undergoing two painful and unsuccessful corrective surgeries. She was left, as the media described it, ‘unrecognizable’.
BOOKED: The synopsis for her new book reads, “Clear from her first photo shoot in 1987, legendary photographer Steven Meisel’s portraits of Linda Evangelista, one of the original ’80s supermodels, are the result of a remarkable creative symbiosis between the photographer’s muse. Featuring more than 180 photographs taken over twenty-five years, this long-awaited book chronicles Meisel’s ever-evolving vision of Evangelista, depicted in a wide range of imaginative narrative contexts.
The model claimed that she was not properly warned of the potential side effects associated with the CoolSculpting procedure. She continued, “I developed paradoxical lipid hyperplasia, or PAH, a risk I wasn’t aware of before I had the procedures…
Not only has PAH destroyed my livelihood, but it has sent me into a cycle of deep depression, deep sadness, and the deepest depths of self-loathing. In the process, I became a recluse…
In the year 2022, Evangelista was the victim of a predatory modeling agency as a teenager.
The model was only 16 years old when a Japanese agency offered her a modeling contract for the summer, but they tried to force her to take nude photos and she quickly left.
“I arrived, and there was no one to collect me. I was so lost and obviously didn’t have a cell phone. I went to the agency and it was all, ‘Take off your clothes, we need your measurements,’ but they already had it,” Linda told the September issue of British Vogue. my measurements.
They wanted me to be naked and it wasn’t a “would you do nudes” conversation, it was “would you do nudes”. I left and called my mom and said, “Get out now and go to the embassy.” That’s what I did, and they brought me home.
Linda’s career took off in 1990 and she has become one of the most popular supermodels in the world, amassing more than 60 magazine covers.
It was a classic: the blonde starlet at the Versace show in Paris in the ’90s
The fashion designer admits she didn’t always take care of herself because she tried to keep up with the hectic lifestyle but says she never took drugs because she was “terrified” of them.
She said: How did you continue? This is the truth: I was young. You can go out and eat salty fried foods, drink champagne, go to bed at 3am and get up again at 5am. I was offered drugs, but I never touched them, nor am I saying I was an angel…but I was terrified of drugs.
And Linda quickly figured out how to stand up for herself when it came to push.
‘I had the resilience,’ she said. That’s all it came to. But I was also thinking about different industries. Not all athletes are paid the same – some are paid more for what they bring to the game. It wasn’t about me thinking I was better…but I knew my worth.