Helena Christensen, the iconic supermodel, shows she's still got it in a stunning new photo spread for Women's Wear Daily (WWD). The feature, lensed by Cat Irlin, displays Christensen draped in a series of designer outfits from Miu Miu, Valentino, Schiaparelli, Rick Owens, and Prada, complemented by exquisite jewelry pieces from Tiffany & Co.
Although she wasn't featured in the highly talked-about documentary "The Supermodels," her latest feature in WWD almost serves as a rejoinder to that oversight. The Danish beauty opens up about her illustrious career in an in-depth interview, where questions surrounding her absence from the documentary were also posed.
While she may have been left out of the docuseries celebrating the legends of the fashion world, this WWD feature proves that Christensen is a force to be reckoned with. Dressed in fashion's most exquisite pieces, her enduring allure and style are unmistakable.
Her combination of classic elegance with a modern twist continues to captivate audiences, raising the question of why she was omitted from a documentary focused on the impact of supermodels. Nonetheless, this WWD feature is a testament to her undiminished presence in the fashion industry. Christensen subtly, yet powerfully, states that her influence and style are far from being a thing of the past.