Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, and Cindy Crawford – dubbed the Original Supermodels, and four out of the Big Five supermodels of the 90s alongside Claudia Schiffer – star in Apple TV+’s new four-part documentary.
Produced by Academy Award-winner Barbara Kopple, and directed by the Academy Award- and Emmy Award-winning Roger Ross Williams and Larissa Bills, The Super Models documentary kicks off in 1980s New York, where these four legendary models first met. It then takes viewers behind the scenes with never-before-seen footage of the girls as they go on to dominate the fashion scene and the world in the 1990s.
Unveiling the long-awaited trailer, a statement by AppleTV+ streaming service read: “”As the fashion industry continues to redefine itself, this is the ultimate story of power and how four women came together to claim it, paving the way for those to follow. Today, the four supermodels remain focal points of culture through activism, philanthropy, and business prowess.”
As the ‘original influencers’ say in the trailer, this is the first time they have been together in their 50s, but that’s just the beginning of it. In a true show of power, the documentary also includes interviews with fashion heavyweights like designers Donna Karan and Marc Jacobs, as well as the current Editor in Chief of British VOGUE and the European Editorial Director of VOGUE, Edward Enninful, OBE.
All four episodes are out now on Apple TV+.