Supermodels return once again, this time through the pages of Italian Vogue that published Lindbergh's photos of Helena, Eva, Nadja, Cindy, Tatjana and Karen taken during filming of The Reunion.
As I looked at these images of beautiful women - natural, real, unretouched - I felt a wave of emotions rushing through my head... You know, the love so strong it's difficult to explain it in words? So I turned to Lindbergh himself, letting him do all the talking today. Besides, you know how much I adore a good quote...
"You can only really invent something if you connect yourself to the real world - whatever that means." Peter Lindbergh in his interview with John Galliano for Interview
"There's something else that makes a woman interesting, something beyond being young, or being old. And I'm going to find out what that something else is before I die, I hope." Peter Lindbergh in his interview with American Vogue
"What do you photograph, after all? You look for honesty, and then you start to have feelings about that person... then that feeling leads them to feel that you understand her: she gives you a bit more than she might give other people... I like that honesty, that moment, the way that you look at me and the way I look at you, and that then there's something kooky in between these two people. That feeling, that giving and taking, that is what you photograph. It's not one person documenting another person, it's a photograph of that relationship you have in that moment." Peter Lindbergh in his interview with American Vogue
"I very much like that kind of true-ness in a person. That's what's amazing to me. It's the act of being in love each time with someone you don't really know, with her aura, her face, or maybe just with your own projection towards this person..." Peter Lindbergh in his interview with Ashley Olsen
Photo source: Cindy Crawford, Nadja Auermann, Helena Christensen, Karen Alexander & Eva Herzigova styled by Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele for Vogue Italia September 2015