Cindy Crawford has been hailed as being one of the hottest of all 100 women of all time by Men's Health. She is also probably the highest paid of all models on the planet, in addition, as well. However, she is far more than the sum of her beauty and beautiful parts. She is an awesome woman who has managed to accomplish a whole lot for herself in a number of different areas. These number of different areas aren't all about modeling either. She is also also a very successful international celebrity who has had various roles in television and film. She is also an excellent spokesperson and a business woman in her own right.
Cindy Crawford was first discovered at the young age of just 16. It was a newspaper photographer that shot a photo of her doing a summer job of detasseling corn. She received a lot of promising and positive feedback from that one photo. It was this photo that made her make the decision to go into modeling as a career of choice. At the age of 17, she entered an Elite Model Management Look of the Year contest, and became a runner-up in it. It was Elite Model Management in Chicago who first started to represent her professionally.
If modeling has not been Cindy's fate, she may have ended up, becoming a chemical engineer. This is because not long after graduating from high school, she did win an academic scholarship in chemical engineering, which was at Northwestern University. Crawford only attended the college for one quarter, before she decided to drop out, and go after a modeling career for herself full-time. Modeling and Cindy Crawford seemed to go together naturally. She was the most popular of all supermodels during the 1980s and 1990s. The name of Cindy Crawford was synonymous with everything that was model and high fashion in description.
Despite the fact that she quit the modeling world in 2000. She has achieved numerous other things for herself since that time. She provides celebrity endorsements for a wide range of projects and she has her own line of beauty products. She also appears occasionally in fashion magazines and launched her own line of furniture/home goods with KC Penney in 2009. She did decide to return to modeling in May of 2011, which had her appearing on the magazine cover of Vogue Mexico, for the May issue of their magazine. In 2014, two things happened to Cindy Crawford, one was she became the victim of a death hoax.
A report that was not carried by any of the American media, spread news that she had suddenly died. Not long after this, a RIP Facebook page went up, and fans everywhere were leaving their condolences for her. It turned out that the news of her death was fake and that she was very much alive. The second thing is this, according to some well known sources, Cindy may be leading in the race, and this race is all about becoming People Magazine's Person of the Year for 2014. The social reactions to this possible nomination sent may aflutter on Twitter with excitement. Crawford couldn't be reached for comment. However, it is apparent why this would be so, because she does have lots of potential and influence in today's culture as a celebrity icon.