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Подиум/ Catwalk (1996)

Подиум/ Catwalk
Документальный фильм (США, 1996)
Режиссер: Роберт Ликок
В ролях: Кристи Тарлингтон, Наоми Кэмпбелл, Хелена Кристенсен, Карла Бруни, Линда Евангелиста, Надя Ауэрманн



Документальный фильм "Подиум"/Catwalk (1996) повествует об эпохе супермоделей, центральной фигурой которого является супермодель Кристи Тарлингтон. В окружении подруг: Наоми Кэмпбелл, Кейт Мосс, Карлы Бруни – она приоткрывает завесу частной жизни. Действие разворачиваются на неделях моды в Милане, Париже, Нью-Йорке, в пятизвездочных отелях, модных барах и на частных вечеринках моделей и звезд. Показывая зрителям череду головокружительных событий, режиссер Роберт Ликок знакомит их с  атмосферой модного закулисья.






"My favorite models are those who can lose control, who can entertain me so I can be a happy observer, so I can be a picture taker not picture maker." - Arthur Elgor


"The perfection of Christy's face is a matter of a millimeter. The structure of her face is remarkably beautiful. In front of the camera,  something happens, as if the light came on, and when you look at her, you think, 'It just can't be, such perfect faces just don't exist!'" - Karl Lagerfeld




"My favorite models are those who can lose control, who can entertain me so I can be a happy observer, so I can be a picture taker not picture maker." - Arthur Elgor


"Christy is an example of balance and continuity. Our creative partnership has lasted nearly ten years. Of all the models, she's the one whose face has changed the least. Her beauty is so pure, it's as if time had just passed by without leaving any traces." - Peter Lindberg


Кристи с сестрами

 


Christy Turlington, Renee Simonsen  Monika Schnarre. 1987, in Moscow

















New York Magazine March 9 - 1992
"Christy Turlington: Model, Model" by Michael Gross








































Vogue US August 2009































Vanity Fair September 2008

















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Long divorced from Gerald Marie, she has been dating Hard Rock Café billionaire Peter Morton for the past two years, though she refuses to say who is the father of her almost-two-year-old son, Augustin. As for working, she says, “I have a better pace now. Less comes to me, but I get to choose. And I’m not globe-trotting like I used to, without a life.”

Stephanie is also picky about which jobs she takes. “You have to protect your image; plus, I have four kids, so it has to be something I’ll enjoy doing. Or something that has a good paycheck at the end, so that I can buy myself a nice piece of art.” Her husband is one of the leading collectors of contemporary art, and Stephanie has commissioned a series of portraits of herself by such well-known artists as Francesco Clemente, Julian Schnabel, Eric Fischl, David Salle, Kenny Scharf, Donald Baechler, and Jeff Koons. “It wasn’t my idea,” she says, “because I’m very conscious of being too narcissistic, and I don’t think I’m narcissistic at all. In fact, I think I’m the opposite. I hate looking in the mirror.”

Claudia, too, has developed a taste for art, calling herself “a small collector.” She told me that, instead of giving her a ring when he proposed, Matthew Vaughn presented her with an Ed Ruscha painting of the words marry me. Modeling, she says, has been “so great that if I had to start over again I would. I’ve kept all my clothes. I have a hangar that is normally made for helicopters, and I’ve got all my clothes in there. It’s climate-controlled.” Although she’s much in demand these days, she restricts herself to assignments that don’t require long periods away from her family. “It’s not about money anymore; it’s about working with people I really admire.” Lately that has meant major advertising campaigns for Chanel, Ferragamo, and Louis Vuitton.

Indeed, the original supermodels seem to be making something of a comeback. Christy is working for Maybelline and Chanel again, and doing gratis ads for Bono’s (Red) campaign and care. Linda and Naomi, who took the runway by storm at Dior’s 60th-anniversary extravaganza in Paris last fall, also have big new contracts: Linda with Prada, Naomi with Citroën and SoBe Life Water. In addition, Naomi has been signed up to be the face of Yves Saint Laurent in print and on TV, despite her much-reported contretemps with British Airways in April. Two weeks after her arrest for assaulting two police officers at Heathrow, she looked absolutely smashing in a gold brocade evening suit, strutting down the red carpet at a Metropolitan Opera premiere on the arm of YSL’s young designer, Stefano Pilati. “Naomi has an almost untouchable power,” says Pilati. “She radiates life and beauty and strength.”

For many in the fashion business their return comes as a relief, after several years of anonymous, undernourished teenagers. To be fair, there have been some outstanding recent stars, such as Heidi Klum, Tyra Banks, Carmen Kass, Karolina Kurkova, and Natalia Vodianova, though Gisele Bündchen—with her curvaceous figure, $35 million annual income, and sex-symbol boyfriends (Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Brady)—is probably the only true supermodel around today. On the other hand, as Stephanie Seymour points out, the term has become so overused in the new century that now everybody’s a supermodel. “It’s very embarrassing,” she says, “when you meet, like, a Russian prostitute, and she says she’s a supermodel. And you’re like, ‘Hey, me too!’”

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Linda, Naomi and Christy by Roxanne Lowitt




















"You know, in the museum, there's this ochercolored stone in the Egyptian Wing. On it, there's just bottom half of a woman's face --the mouth and a bit of the jaw-- and I swear, it's Christy Turlington's face." -Cindy Sirko


"She doesn't think she's extraordinary, and is aware that she just happens to be one face amongst many." - Kurt Markus





 
"The perfection of Christy's face is a matter of a millimeter. The structure of her face is remarkably beautiful. In front of the camera,  something happens, as if the light came on, and when you look at her, you think, 'It just can't be, such perfect faces just don't exist!'" - Karl Lagerfeld

 

 

 


"A supermodel like Christy Turlington can be a chamelion. She's more like an actress who can play role." - Polly Mellon



 
"She's an all-time classic. You can place her in any decade and she'll still be beautiful." - Terry O'Neill

 
"Christy is a perfect model. She is chic inside, she has charm. She reminds me of Audrey Hepburn." - Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele


"Christy, je l'adore, she has great charm, She can wear an-y-thing and look chic." - Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele


"Christy is the perfect vision  for the 90s." - Calvin Klein


"Christy Turlington is the model of our time." - Arthur Elgort










"When someone asks you why someone is beautiful, the only thing I can answer is soul. She's got it. " - Bruce Weber


"She's always seen this job for what it is. She's turned down vast sums of money to do shows, because she thought it was wrong, that it would create an artificially high precedent. " - Neil Davenport


"Models are actresses, but Christy Turlington is exactly like her image." - Calvin Klein













"I think most people are curious about what it would be like to be able to meet yourself - it's eerie." - Christy Turlington

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