In the 1980s and 1990s, Linda Evangelista was one of the most recognisable people on earth. She, along with Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington, formed a supermodel triad so famous they were dubbed 'The Trinity'.
The Canadian was a muse for fashion luminaries including Gianni Versace, Karl Lagerfeld and photographer Steven Meisel, and a bankable cover star for titles like Vogue. A model so influential that when she chopped off her hair, the phrase 'give me The Linda' echoed through salons all over the world.
But for the past few years, Evangelista has been in hiding, a self-described "recluse", after allegedly being "brutally disfigured" by a common cosmetic procedure.
Now, the 57-year-old has officially stepped back into the spotlight and in front of the camera, appearing in her first photoshoot since going into "hiding".
She took to Instagram to share the new Fendi campaign, in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the iconic baguette bag.
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