Cindy Crawford, 57, looks effortlessly stylish in bootcut jeans and a suede jacket as she departs a London hotel
Cindy Crawford looked effortlessly stylish in bootcut jeans and a suede jacket as she departed her hotel in London on Sunday.
The supermodel, 57, oozed glamour in her autumnal ensemble as she headed out in the city.
She accentuated her frame with a pair of high-heels and styled a multi-coloured scarf with her outfit.
Her casual outfit showed off her long legs and she added a brown shoulder bag to her ensemble.
Cindy's British outing comes after she attended the 10 Magazine x 886 by The Royal Mint Party at Claridge's Artspace earlier during the day.
Chic: Cindy Crawford looked effortlessly stylish in bootcut jeans and a suede jacket as she departed her hotel in London on Sunday
Stylish: The supermodel, 57 oozed glamour in her autumnal ensemble as she headed out in the city
She looked the picture of sophistication in a form-fitting black midi dress with long sleeves.
The Nineties greats came together for a joint issue cover for Vogue and the British Vogue, which initially delighted fashion lovers this month.
However Alexandra Shulman, who edited British Vogue from 1992 to 2017, argued in the Mail on Sunday that the publication turned the stars into 'cartoon versions' of themselves.
She wrote: 'Why on earth did they have to be turned into a plasticised version of themselves, dressed in gloomy black widow outfits and run through computer retouching to emerge as a cartoon version of what a glamorous older woman might be?'
Many on social media were quick to agree with her, with one person commenting on Instagram: 'I think a fairly dreadful representation of these beautiful women in their prime and what a sorry excuse not to show them in all their middle aged glory.
'Let's be honest Vogue is not half as aspirational as it used to be!'
Another wrote: 'When I saw this cover it felt a bit clinical and cold. It would've been nice to see them shown as a bit more natural and relatable, a bit more human.'
Casual: She accentuated her frame with a pair of high-heels and styled a multi-coloured scarf with her outfit
Incredible: Cindy's British outing comes after she attended the 10 Magazine x 886 by The Royal Mint Party at Claridge's Artspace earlier during the day
Backlash: It comes after she recently caused controversy with her very airbrushed cover of Vogue, alongside fellow supermodels Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista
Following the criticism, the stars flocked to the Vogue World show on Thursday, where they took to the stage hand-in-hand to applause from the audience.
They will next be seen in the new Apple TV+ documentary series, The Supermodels, which will be released on September 20.
The four-part show focuses on the top models of the 1990s and is directed by Academy Award winner Roger Ross Williams and Larissa Bills.
The Supermodels will take fans back to the 1980s at the start of their modelling careers and document how the four women came together from across the globe and collectively achieved a notoriety that transcended throughout the industry.
The series will also examine the ladies' work today, in not only the fashion industry, but activism, philanthropy and business, and how the quartet have blazed a path for the next generation.