Your favourite '90s models - Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, and Linda Evangelista - are back, though this time, not stalking the catwalk. In Apple TV Plus' new docuseries, directed by Academy award-winning Barbara Kopple, the 90s supermodels tell all.
It begins in the late 1980s, when the careers of the four iconic models began to take off in New York, and follows them through the '90s to present day, where they continue to be some of the most famed and recognisable women of their generation. The series will features rare, never seen before interviews and footage, and will give viewers access all areas to the some of the biggest shows, across all four fashion capitals: New York; London; Milan and Paris.
When the four women met they were already names in their own right, though meeting and coming together, galvanised them all. It was as Turlington describes it "an unprecedented time in fashion". Their names soon became bigger than the brands they worked with, enabling them to all to be the mononymous models we know today.
If the women's Instagram posts are anything to go by, they're excited. “I’m excited to reunite with my friends to both celebrate and examine the way supermodels transcended the traditional perceptions and limits of modeling in the fashion industry through time,” wrote Crawford. Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista shared similar sentiments, with Linda adding that she would love people “to see this as a celebration of not only our individual stories, but also to the power of friendship, dreams and perseverance”. While Naomi touchingly, called the iconic models her sisters and this project “a dream come true”, and said she hoped that their “journey will encourage, motivate and inspire young people around the world”.
Release date TBC but you bet we'll keep you posted.