This is Linda Evangelista, right? In a July 16 Instagram post, the 57-year-old supermodel appeared in perfect new images for Fendi, following a cosmetic treatment that she previously described as “disfigured.
” Linda wore three piled pink silk ball caps in the picture, which you can see HERE. Fendi baguette handbags in silver and two little pink satin ones were also among her accessories.
Makeup and accessories were flawlessly applied to Linda’s face, including a pink cat-eye pair of sunglasses and stacked earrings. Back in the 1990s, the fashion icon looked every bit the supermodel she had become.
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“#Fendi,” she wrote as the caption to a photo of herself. In her post, she also gave credit to photographer Steven Meisel. The shot was also shared on Fendi’s official Instagram account, with a similar statement.
That she’d recently been worried about something was hard to see in the new shot. Linda has kept a low profile ever since she claims that a CoolSculpting surgery performed in 2015 or 2016 substantially transformed her appearance. On September 22, she stated on Instagram, “Today I took a significant step towards righting an injustice that I have suffered and kept to myself for over five years.”
Zeltiq’s CoolSculpting surgery left me scarred and deformed, which is why I haven’t been working while my contemporaries’ jobs have been flourishing.
” Instead of delivering on its promise, [it] delivered the complete opposite result. Even after two painful and fruitless corrective procedures, it did not reduce but rather enlarged my fat cells, leaving me permanently disfigured. “The media labeled me as ‘unrecognizably’ altered.”
According to Linda, a disease known as Paradoxical adipose hyperplasia (PAH) caused her to acquire bulges where CoolSculpting was supposed to reduce them. It’s been a while since Linda has been seen in public, but she’s been making her way back into the public eye, running errands around New York City in June and taking photos of herself without a mask in February.
Linda Evangelista At the time, she told People magazine: “I liked being up there on the catwalk. “I’m afraid I’ll run into someone I know now. I can’t continue to live my life in shame and secrecy-like way. I had had enough of living in constant discomfort. “I’m ready to finally open my mouth.”