Sunday, May 1, 2022

On the cover of Harper's Bazaar: 78-year-old supermodel Lauren Hutton posed topless -


American supermodel Lauren Hutton gave an interview to Harper’s Bazaar magazine and posed topless for its cover. The model’s image consisted of trousers and a jacket from Gucci, and jewelry from Tiffany & Co. was chosen as accessories.

American actress and supermodel Lauren Hutton became the heroine of the new cover of Harper’s Bazaar magazine. The picture appeared on the publication’s website.

The 78-year-old fashion model appeared topless in a beige Gucci jacket and plaid trousers from the same brand. She covers her bare chest with her hands while smiling at the camera in the posted frames. As for decorations, several gold necklaces from Tiffany & Co. were chosen. The image of a celebrity was complemented by nude makeup.

In addition, Hutton starred in other images; for example, she was captured without a bra in a white Ralph Lauren shirt with a Foundrae and Lisa Eisner Jewelry brand necklace and Hutton’s Own rings. She poses in a Jil Sander jacket on a naked body with a bracelet from the luxury brand Cartier in another frame.

In an interview with reporters, the model said that she does not spend much time on skincare, most often washing with soap. “Usually, I rush to bed to read. But, sometimes I apply night oil on my face or aloe extract – that’s all,” she said and added that she has a negative attitude towards cosmetology since procedures often change a person’s face beyond recognition.

In March, Sharon Stone became the new cover heroine of the Portuguese version of GQ magazine. The 64-year-old star shared a series of photos of herself posing in a formfitting black Saint Laurent maxi dress with cutout sides and a high leg-baring slit.

The 78-year-old supermodel admitted that she is happy that she is still in the profession. Lauren compared modeling to playing the violin: “You have to practice every day.” Hutton has been on the cover since 1964; the first shoot was for American Vogue; she seemed on the magazine’s front page more than 20 times.

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