Christy Turlington was bundled up as she landed at an airport in New York on Friday.
The cover girl’s look was a dramatic difference from her appearance at the Fendi show in Paris earlier this week where she was dressed in a pink suit while sharing the runway with Bella Hadid, Demi Moore, Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss.
The 52-year-old looker is one of the original supermodels alongside Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista and Naomi Campbell from the 1990s.
What a difference: Vogue model Christy Turlington, 52, is a glam queen at a Paris fashion show before going casual as she lands in NYC
At the airport, the Calvin Klein model had on a mid length black coat over a chambray shirt with dark slacks and white sneakers.
The star added a Ruth Bader Ginsburg face mask with her hair pulled back and glasses on her head.
Over her shoulder was an orange taxi purse. She also carried an overcoat and a bag.
Chilled out for the long flight: At the airport, the Calvin Klein model had on a mid length black coat over a chambray shirt with dark slacks and white sneakers
No personal assistant seen: The star added a Ruth Bader Ginsburg face mask with her hair pulled back and glasses on her head. Over her shoulder was an orange taxi purse. She also carried an overcoat and a bag
This is quite a change from how she looked while walking in the Fendi Family Affair show at the 2021 Paris Fashion Week.
San Francisco native Turlington looked elegant when on the catwalk for designer Kim Jones’s first couture catwalk show for Fendi in Paris on Wednesday.
British designer Jones, who joined Italian fashion house Fendi as its lead designer for womenswear in September 2020, and continues to fulfil his role as artistic director at Dior Men’s.
Jones succeeds the late Karl Lagerfeld in his Fendi role, which the designer held from the mid-1960s. Chanel designer Karl sadly died February 19, 2019.
Christy said on Instagram, ‘Never say never. Congratulations @mrkimjones on your EPIC @fendi couture debut collection. Thank you for having us.’
Sleek: This is quite a change from how she looked while walking in the Fendi Family Affair show at the 2021 Paris Fashion Week. Cara is seen right
A look for the roaring 20s: She wore wet hair and dewy makeup for an ethereal look
After the show: Christy catches up with Naomi after the Fendi show during Paris Fashion Week – Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2021
This comes after news Christy as well as Cindy Crawford, 53, Linda Evangelista, 55, and Naomi Campbell, 50, are getting a special show: the docuseries The Supermodels which has been picked up by Apple.
The men behind the series are Imagine Documentaries producers Ron Howard and Brian Grazer who are best known for the films A Beautiful Mind and Angels & Demons.
The Supermodels will be a four part series overseen by Oscar winner Barbara Kopple of American Dream fame.
The series will look at how the models changed the fashion industry in the 1990s when Versace and Chanel were tops.
The series opens with looking at the ladies start in the Eighties when they were new faces.
A show about these four: This comes after news Christy as well as Cindy Crawford, 53, Linda Evangelista, 55, and Naomi Campbell, 50, are getting a special show: the docuseries The Supermodels which has been picked up by Apple
Then in the Nineties the four ladies became friends and started appearing together at events and runway shows.
Soon they became household names and even more famous than the brands they were representing.
The Supermodels also brings fans up to date on what the four beauties are doing now.
A dynamo always: Christy is seen on the runway in 1991, left, and at FGI Night Of Stars Gala at Cipriani Wall Street in NYC in 2019, right
A favorite for healthy products: The San Francisco native landed on many magazine covers
For example, Crawford has two model kids, Kaia and Presley, and has the brand Meaningful Beauty. And Turlington serves on the Harvard Medical School Global Health Council, and as an advisor to the Harvard School of Public Health Board of Dean’s Advisors.
And their influence on younger models such as Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner will also be noted, it was shared.
‘I have long been curious about the real story behind the “original supermodels” — the four iconic women who not only defined the world of fashion in the 90s, they set the stage for how beauty became the access point for defining the culture,’ said Grazer in an Instagram post.
Happy life! Christy is seen here with her husband, filmmaker Ed Burns
‘Ron and I feel honored to tell the never before told story of Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista — and how they became cultural icons, activists for change and role models to millions around the globe.’
He added, ‘Thrilled to work with these 4 brilliant women and Oscar winning director Barbara Kopple to bring their story to the world.’
The Supermodels is part of an exclusive first-look deal Apple, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Grazer and Howard executive produce with Campbell, Crawford, Evangelista, Turlington, Sara Bernstein and Justin Wilkes.