Apple TV+ ordered “The Supermodels,” an event docuseries that will feature exclusive access to and interviews with Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Linda Evangelista, and Christy Turlington.
The 90s icons will revisit their modeling careers and collective disruption of the ‘90s fashion scene. The project is from Imagine Documentaries, and will be directed and executive produced by two-time Academy Award winner Barbara Kopple, and executive produced by Brian Grazer, and Ron Howard, along with Campbell, Crawford, Evangelista, and Turlington.
The description reads, “The Supermodels travels back to the 1980s, when four women from different corners of the world united in New York. Already forces in their own right, the gravitas they achieved by coming together transcended the industry itself. Their prestige was so extraordinary that it enabled the four to supersede the brands they showcased, making the names Naomi, Cindy, Linda and Christy as prominent as the designers who styled them. Today, the four supermodels remain on the frontlines of culture through activism, philanthropy and business prowess. As the fashion industry continues to redefine itself – and women’s roles within it – this is the ultimate story of power and how four women came together to claim it, paving the way for those to follow.”
The docuseries is produced under Apple’s exclusive first-look agreement with Imagine Documentaries, and will also be executive produced by Sara Bernstein and Justin Wilkes.
“The Supermodels” joins Apple’s expanding list of award-winning documentaries and docuseries, including the soon-to-premiere “Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You”; “Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry,” directed by award-winning filmmaker R.J. Cutler; five-time Emmy Award-nominated “Beastie Boys Story”; Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize Award-winning “Boys State”; Emmy Award-nominated series “Home”; and “Dads,” a heartfelt documentary which is also from Imagine Documentaries and is now streaming globally on Apple TV+.
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