Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell and Claudia Schiffer are three of the biggest names in modelling, with each having a glittering career behind them. And now they’ve reunited for a surprise and stunning shoot – proving they’re still queens in front of the cameras.
The trio pose up for Balmain’s spring/summer 2016 collection, with creative director Olivier Rousteing describing them as a “dream come true” on Instagram.
A group photo, shot by Steven Klein, shows the stunners rock black 90s-style layered outfits, as Naomi, 45, takes centre stage in a VERY booby top.
Flashing mega cleavage, the star opts for a cut-out dress with a sheer layered skirt, flashing her toned figure and smiling at the camera.
Meanwhile 49-year-old Cindy pulls a seriously seductive pose in a patterned sheer top, wearing thigh-high layered boots and throwing her head back in the shot.
Claudia, 45, doesn’t let them down either as she reveals a jaw-droppingly slim waist in a corset-style number.
They all feature in their own individual ads, and bare all in sheer and cleavage-flashing outfits.
Rousteing said of the shoot: “While we shot these images, I had to smile as I imagined how my adolescent self would have reacted with utter disbelief if someone could have traveled back in time to tell me that one day I would be in a New York studio, watching Steven Klein shoot Cindy, Claudia and Naomi for my Spring 2016 campaign – for those four singular talents have inspired me from day one.”
He added: “When I was a schoolboy in Bordeaux, it was their editorials that first made clear to me the amazing transformative power of fashion.
“Still today, many years on, their iconic images are often found amongst the jumble on mood boards in my (and almost every other designers’) atelier. To say that working with them was a dream come true is no exaggeration.”
They make the perfect trio in the co-ordinated campaign – watching out Cara and Kendall.
“Watching Cindy, Claudia, Naomi and Steven instinctively work together, I was struck by the displays of confidence, professionalism and grace in front of me,” he added. “There was never any doubt that the final images would be anything but perfect. Looking at them now, I like to think that perhaps someday these shots might also form part of some future designer’s mood board.”