The 91-year-old beauty looked radiant in the Fadil Berisha image as she unwinds on all-white bedding.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK CITY: The oldest living supermodel in the world, Carmen Dell’Orefice, still pushes the edge at 91 years old. Recently, she exposed her entire body for a picture shoot. Fadil Berisha’s shot of the model relaxing on all-white bedding for New You magazine shows her to be radiant.
When discussing naked poses, she claims: “It’s what people think they perceive in you or me, in their opinion. When a synergy begins while we are present, they draw it out. It reflects their mentality. The mindset of the photographer is elevated, not impoverished.
All of it is projection. It’s about the fact that we’re all silent actors, “says Page Six. The lovely silver-haired beauty and another stunning woman, Beverly Johnson, who is now 69 years old, are both featured on the cover of New You magazine this month. Beverly Johnson made history in 1974 when she became the first Black cover model for Vogue.
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According to Johnson, who called Dell’Orefice his idol, “I like to go on the record and say this woman is my idol,” People reported. “She is an inspiration. I have the utmost respect for this woman and she has been a mentor to me without even realising it. I am familiar with all of her images. She is the fashion model with the largest, most beautiful body of work.
It’s where their thinking is, said Dell’Orefice. The mindset of the photographer is elevated, not impoverished. All of it is projection. It’s all about the fact that we’re all silent actors and actresses. She graced the cover of the fashion bible, Vogue, when she was just 15 years old, making her one of the publication’s youngest cover stars ever.
She remembered how, with the help of [photographer] Irving Penn, she “brought my first double page in Vogue to life,” referring to her first appearance in the publication a year prior. He instructed me to remain motionless and breathe as little as possible. Just remain still. I had a pretty good friend in Irving, and he literally saved my life. In those days, you needed permissions due to child labour, especially at my early age, so he made me go to the Vogue staff doctor to make sure I was fit to work.