90s Supermodels Reunite for #KnotonMyPlanet Campaign

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The Dynamic Trio! Nineties Supermodels Reunite for Charity

What better reason to reunite three 90s supermodels than for charity! And this is exactly what supermodels Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista, and Naomi Campbell did by posing for #KnotOnMyPlanet, an elephant charity campaign.

#KnotOnMyPlanet is a campaign that is raising money for the Elephant Crisis Fund that raises awareness about elephant poaching. In fact, many don’t know that poaching claimed the lives of over 100,000 elephants in merely three years.  

In this campaign, Christy, Linda, and Naomi are posing with a large bow wrapped around them. This campaign was shot by photographer Patrick Demarchelier; hair was done by Oribe and makeup by Fulvia.  

#KnotOnMyPlanet was launched by another supermodel, Doutzen Kroes, and she encourages others to take similar images with bows and knots and share them on social media using the #KnotOnMyPlanet hashtag. Indeed, supermodel Gigi Hadid has already done this on her Twitter account.

In regards to the issue of elephant poaching, Doutzen said, “Elephants have always been important in fashion, but always in the background…but now we hope to bring elephants to the foreground.”

This weekend Doutzen hosted a fundraiser in New York City that was attended by Naomi Campbell, Karlie Kloss, Joan Smalls, Emily Ratajkowski, Sara Sampaio, and others who want to support this noteworthy cause.

What can you do? Use #KnotOnMyPlanet on your social media to help end the poaching of elephants worldwide.






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