It’s Carmen Dell’Orefice, the longest-lived model in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records.
Both industry and society have made us think that a woman is only beautiful when she is in the so-called “flower of youth.” But that could not be further from reality, and many women have taken it upon themselves to prove it. One is Carmen Dell’Orefice, an American model with nine decades of life.
Her career began when she was still a teenager, but she has never stopped modeling on runways and posing for magazines. This makes her a record holder as the longest-lived model in the world. But that’s not all because she also holds her title as the youngest woman to appear on the cover of Vogue magazine, in 1946, when Carmen was only 15 years old.
She has also been featured in other famous fashion magazines such as W Magazine and Harper’s Bazaar and was even the face of the iconic Chanel No. 5 perfume. But she recently became a trend by posing nude for New You magazine.
In the photo, we can see Carmen lying on a bed and covering her torso with a sheet.
The photo shoot is part of an interview on ‘aging gracefully’ New You conducted with models Carmen Dell’Orefice and Beverly Johnson, 69, who is the first black woman to grace the cover of Vogue in 1974 . . Both women posed together, demonstrating that beauty does not disappear with age.
However, the 91-year-old model turned heads when she posed naked. Although she is wearing underwear, the color of her skin, is a subtle detail that is not noticeable at first glance, which makes us think that she is completely naked, only covering herself with the sheet.
Dell’Orefice commented that she felt comfortable doing that session and was utterly confident in showing her naked body. She said that it was all about the synergy that existed between the photographer and the model, that she is a silent actress.
Your secret to staying well is, as has been said many times, a good diet and exercise. He mentioned that time never stands still, and we must embrace change every day. He advises keeping ” things simple because less is more in almost everything in life, except in love .”