The model reminded fans just how good she is at what she does with a cheeky Instagram clip
Cindy Crawford still has it, and will always have it!
The fashion icon, 57, strutted her stuff on Instagram on Sunday, giving fans a closer look of the striking black dress that she wore to the 10 Magazine x 886 by The Royal Mint Party in London this weekend.
For her post, the supermodel posed in the form-fitting gown as she leaned on a wall, showing off the piece's diamond cutout details, long sleeves, and more as she posed in what appeared to be a hotel room.
Crawford then shared a video from her impromptu photoshoot, where she hit a stride and performed a mini runway strut inside the hotel, proving why she truly puts the super in supermodel.
She tagged hair stylist Sam McKnight, makeup artist Mary Greenwell, and Versace — for the dress — in the post.
"Night out in London 🖤," Crawford captioned the clip before attending the event at Claridge's Artspace in London.
"Hot mama," Kaia, 22, commented under the shot.
"Yes mom 👸," Kaia's brother Presley, 24, added.
Just last week, Crawford and fellow '90s icons Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista and Naomi Campbell reunited at Vogue World in London for London Fashion Week — as they held hands and did a lap together at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane to close out the show, reminiscent of their famous walk for Versace in 1997.
The women, who were greeted with bouquets of red roses after their victory lap, all had previously joined forces to appear on the cover of Vogue's September issue.
“One of my favorite things about the fashion industry is these friendships from people all over the world,” Crawford said in a behind-the-scenes clip. “The hair, the makeup, Edward [Enninful], it really is like your second family.”
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All four women are also set to appear on Apple TV+'s Super Models docuseries, which premieres on Wednesday. It features a look “behind the camera and beyond the catwalk” at how Crawford, Campbell, Turlington, and Evangelista "single-handedly shifted the power dynamic of an entire industry," per a release.
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