US Playboy July 1988 : Cindy Crawford by Herb Ritts

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  1. aracic

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    Playboy Magazine, July 1988

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    Skinsuits
    Photographer: Herb Ritts
    Styling: Sharon Simonaire
    Hair: Sally Hershberger
    Makeup: George Newell
    Model: Cindy Crawford

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    Could you publish some Helmut Newton photos for Playboy in his topic?
     
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    Haven't come across any of his works yet, but as soon as I do I'll make sure to post in his thread!
     
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    Damn.. Cindy was something else, Kaia can only dream to be like her.
     
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    ^^^ Cindy was hugely successful of course, but she wasn’t that much better of a model than Kaia, frankly… (and her acting LOL…) Revisionist history would have you believing that she was on the level of Veruschka when she was really on the level of Christie Brinkley.

    She had the huge advantage of working with the most masterful photographers’ whose standards have yet to be matched— Herb being one of them. There just aren’t any of these types of titanic talents in photography nowadays. And factor in that if anyone pushed Kaia into anything remotely titillating the way that Herb has with Cindy here, the faux-outrage of (child) exploitation would cancel the photographers' career in this prudent, politically-charged climate. Hence none of these new models can spark, let alone set fire with their presence.
     
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