The 58-year-old supermodel went topless in a daring photo shoot for Vogue and set the Internet abuzz
American supermodel and actress Paulina Porizkova has appeared on the cover of Portuguese Vogue. The woman decided on a very daring photo shoot.
The photos that will adorn the latest issue of the fashion glossy are already available on Vogue's Instagram page. In one of the pictures, the 1990s supermodel appeared with her breasts exposed.
"She is one of the most beautiful women in the world who made people talk about themselves in the nineties," says the Portuguese Vogue editorial board about the model. "But Paulina Porizkova's life, apart from fashion, has had other challenges: a childhood without parents, an early career, and even a long marriage that gave her the greatest joy but also caused her great sadness. Vogue Portugal was honored to hear part of his story."
Paulina Porizkova is 58 years old. In some of the photos for the magazine, Porizkova even posed half-naked: in one of the photos, she is shown topless, with her breasts covered by a man's hand. In the comments, the subscribers do not hold back their emotions: "You look great", "The most beautiful of all", "Very nice shooting", "Still beautiful".
The supermodel has been experiencing another wave of popularity in recent years. The woman has appeared on numerous covers of fashion magazines. Paulina is proud of her slender body and is convinced that she can afford to show off her figure to an audience of millions.
"After a lifetime of caring for others, I can finally do it for myself. Of course, I can also knit and bake, bask in the warmth of my family on rare occasions when they need me, but I can also bask in the glow of the tropical sun and in the arms of my lover," Porizkova responds to the accusations of haters that it is too late for her to get naked on camera.
Paulina also actively opposes ageism: she refuses to hide her gray hair and photoshop her wrinkles. The model often shares semi-nude photos on social media and publicly calls for the protection of women's right to age the way they want.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote that actress Isabella Rossellini forbade retouching her wrinkles in a bold photo shoot for Vogue.