If I was to name one of the supermodels that I could (read want) absolutely relate to, that would be Cindy Crawford. Let me count the main reasons: she turned an alleged disadvantage into a major advantage (her iconic mole), she kept her natural look (hair) throughout the extent of her early modeling career (early because it goes on even as we speak) and she was made from flesh and bones, not just your average bones-skinny model of today.
So naturally, seeing her on the cover of a magazine is something noteworthy and a must share. Bullett Magazine’s first issue ever has Sin – D – Cindy Crawford on the cover and she also graces an inside pictorial with a mighty fierce appearance. Photographer: Kayt Jones. Stylist: Becks Welch
Also – don’t let anyone tell you different – your life begins at 30. 40. 50 and darn well more! It’s all up to you! (more images after the jump! Click here for the gallery!) (Bullett via)