- Cindy Crawford, 57, recently posted pictures from her Vogue Arabia shoot on Instagram.
- The supermodel showed off her toned arms in a Schiaparelli dress, and her sculpted legs in a Chanel suit.
- Cindy enjoys weightlifting—and she takes leg day very seriously (she loves running stairs).
Cindy Crawford just smashed another magazine cover (no surprises there). The supermodel, 57, recently posed for Vogue Arabia in some very elegant dresses and suits, but her looks didn’t even come close to outshining her totally toned arms and legs.
The model shared some highlights of the shoot on her Instagram, posting five unique looks—all of which are absolutely stunning. My personal favorite is a Chanel suit, which in addition to being oh so classy, really lets Cindy’s legs take center stage. Another contender for the top look is her Schiaparelli dress, which shows off her totally toned arms. TBH, I actually can’t decide which one is best, Cindy rocks them all!
Her followers obviously were going off in the comments. “So beautiful mama! 😍,” wrote Cindy’s daughter, Kaia Gerber. Others called her “queen,” “iconic,” and a total “masterpiece.” One comment really captures the essence of Cindy: “The 90s supermodels are taking over again,” Cindy looked great back then, and she looks great now—her reign never ends!
Cindy even pushed back on stereotypes of aging women disappearing from the spotlight in the cover story.
“What I don’t want to do is be part of that message that’s telling women of a certain age, ‘You got to hang it up now.’ Like, why? I don’t believe in a season of invisibility,” she told Vogue Arabia. I totally agree. Women of any age are rockstars!
For her workouts, Cindy is all about cardio. The supermodel told The Cut in 2017 that her go-to workout is 20 minutes of cardio, then some weights. She also mentioned that she loves running the stairs outside her house, and she listens to books while doing it—multi-tasking at it’s finest.
As for her diet, Cindy cut out coffee because it was hurting her stomach, but she otherwise sticks to balance when it comes to what she chooses to eat. “I try to be 80 percent good 80 percent of the time. Sometimes I’ll do a cleanse for three days, but I don’t do any of those weird things like, ‘I eat only lychee nuts!'” She told Into The Gloss in 2014.
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Overall, Cindy is a big supporter of doing what works for you. “Listen to your instincts. It’s like anything, what is right for your friend may not be right for you. So try it, but if it doesn’t work for you, there are 20 more things to pick from,” she told The Cut.
She’s so right! Leave it to Cindy to bless our feeds and give the best wellness advice.
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Olivia Evans (she/her) is an editorial assistant at Women’s Health. Her work has previously appeared in The Cut and Teen Vogue. She loves covering topics where culture and wellness intersect. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, running, and watching rom-coms.