The iconic supermodel told Rhapsody, United Airline?s in-flight magazine, about her plan to retire from the spotlight, reported Us Weekly.
Cindy admitted that she might well have her pictures clicked for another decade, but it will not be as a model or to advertise for a brand. The February issue of Rhapsody magazine has the article on Cindy Crawford?s illustrious career, which will end in less than three weeks from today. Cindy says ?And that?s okay. I?ve done it. I?ve worked with all these incredible photographers. What else do I need to do? I can?t keep reinventing myself,? she added. ?I shouldn?t have to keep proving myself. I don?t want to.?
Cindy Crawford has left some space to wiggle out future modelling prospects despite the article. She used Instagram to clarify her stand further of working as a model if the right offer comes her way. She wrote, ?Every year, I tell my kids I’m retiring. It’s a running joke in our family. And yet every year, opportunities pop up that really excite me. While it’s true that I’m eager to shift my focus a bit to concentrate on my businesses, friends and family ? I’m not making any final statements (not all headlines tell the whole story!). I have loved being part of the fashion industry for the past 30 years ? and if that time has taught me anything, it’s this: never say never. Thanks for all the support, I’m so excited for what 2016 holds! xo Cindy.?
Cindy has had an amazing career with her first feature on the cover of Vogue in 1986. She is also a part of a campaign for Balmain, a haute couture fashion house, along with Naomi Campbell and Claudia Schiffer. All three beautiful women were a part of the reason modelling boomed as a career choice in the ?90s.
Cindy Crawford can concentrate on her other businesses. She can also guide her children Kaia Jordan Gerber,14, and Presley Walker Gerber,16, who are both upcoming models. Cindy is married to Rande Gerber. We hope to see her take up the eventual modelling assignment, so that she can remain in the spotlight.