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Topic: Carmen Dell’Orefice
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She was trained as a classical ballet dancer… Before becoming a model. It’s Carmen Dell’Orefice. This picture originally appeared on the cover of Vogue in 1946 (when she was only 15). You might know her more from recent years because … More
Living legend Carmen Dell’Orefice turns 80 today and to observe her milestone, here are some of the supermodel’s legendary shots. When you’re done scrolling through all the unforgettable images by greats like Avedon, Beaton and Parkinson, check out her recent editorial in Italian Vanity Fair. Cheers! More
Approximately 25 minutes ago, the fabulous Carol Alt was first model out of the gate at Adrienne Vittandi–she’ll reportedly be joined by fellow supers Roshumba, Irina Pantaeva, Pat Cleveland, Carmen Dell’Orefice and (one of our favorites!) Frederique van der Wal. Modelinia tweeted this first look. More
Carmen Dell’Orefice on a crane in front of Old Bailey, London; Queen magazine cover, September 1960 by Norman Parkinson.
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Julia Restoin-Roitfeld recently told Glamour, “Wrinkles can be beautiful. Theyâ€™re part of who you are, your charm and your history.” That’s pretty refreshing to hear, given an age where so many female stars feel they can’t age over 45. Here are some gorgeous older women who remind us that wrinkles really are beautiful. More
Carmen Dell’Orefice by Richard Avedon for Vogue, 1957