Original Supermodels Plan to Reunite for New Music Video

OneModelPlace.com members who like the combination of models and music will definitely be excited to hear about this Supermodel Reunion!

One of the defining supermodel moments of the ’90s (1990 to be precise) was undoubtedly George Michael’s iconic “Freedom” video that starred Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, Tatjana Patitz, and Cindy Crawford. Kate Moss even recently lamented that she missed out on starring in the video, saying “That would have been amazing.”

But maybe she’ll have a shot at the next supermodel music video. Fashionista.com and Grazia.com is reporting that Naomi Campbell is rounding up her supermodel friends to star in a new “fashion-inspired” music video for Duran Duran, set to film next weekin the south of France. Conveniently, they’re all around as they just walked in her Fashion for Relief show.

According to the report, you can thank Yasmin Le Bon, supermodel wife of Duran Duran’s lead singer Simon Le Bon, for coming up with the idea. Moss is rumored to be involved and with all the other supers floating around Cannes right now we can only imagine what kind of cast they’ll be able to assemble. In bikinis.

Duran Duran were recently honored as 20th century style icons by the mayor of Milan during this past Milan Fashion Week, so a fashion-inspired video makes total sense.

Read the article on GraziaDaily

Check out the classic video for “Freedom ’90″

Pictured: Supermodels Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, Christy Turlington, and Cindy Crawford (above); Cindy Crawford in a scene from the video (below)

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One Response to Original Supermodels Plan to Reunite for New Music Video

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