Cindy Crawford puts her bikini body on display as she hits the surf: ‘An unforgettable day of family fun!’
From the runway to the waves, Cindy Crawford can do it all.
The supermodel vet, 55, posted snaps from her surfing session at Kelly Slater Wave Co. Surf Ranch, where she impressively caught a wave.
Clad in a black bikini and wet suit, Cindy jubilantly thrust her hands into the air as she coasted over the water.
The second snap in the series showed Cindy happily paddling out into the water on her neon green board.
‘And this is why I call @raimanaworld the Big Blue Pill — he can get anyone up—even me! Thanks Raimana, @kellyslater, @stridersworld and everyone else at the @kswaveco #surfranch for an unforgettable day of family fun!’ she captioned the photo.
Whether she’s striking poses for the camera or catching a wave, it seems there is nothing Cindy can’t do.
On Sunday, Cindy celebrated Independence Day with a patriotic snap of herself modeling on a boat.
Special occasion: Cindy was seen wearing a flowing white dress while posing in front of an American flag in a 4th of July-themed snap
Crawford’s caption read: ‘Happy 4th! So grateful to be American, even with all her imperfections.’
In the snap, which appeared to be an ad for Omega watches, the fashion industry icon was wore a flowing white dress that covered up much of her toned physique.
The entrepreneur remained barefoot for the celebratory photo and wore an Omega watch that matched the color of her outfit.
Showing off her stuff: Crawford has become well-known for flaunting her physically impressive form on her Instagram account; she is seen in 1991
Her voluminous brunette hair provided a welcome element of contrast to her light and bright dress.
Cindy loves posting modeling snaps onto her Instagram account.
Last month, she posted a short gallery to her account in an effort to give her 5.3 million followers a glimpse into the various hairstyles she has sported in the previous decades.
The supermodel began her career in the fashion industry at an early age and quickly became one of the most in-demand figures in the fashion industry.
All over the place: The supermodel has been featured on the cover of several fashion-related publications including Vogue and Cosmopolitan
She became well-known for being featured on the covers of various publications such as Vogue, Cosmopolitan and Elle, among various others.
The fashion industry figure went on to appear in campaigns for high-end fashion houses such as Versace and Guess, as well as more accessible brands, including Gap and Revlon.
During an interview with Net-A-Porter, Crawford expressed that she has started taking on work that does not resemble her older projects in order to challenge herself.
‘I keep wanting to do new stuff just to keep myself interested. It’s less inspiring when you’re trying to re-do old pictures of yourself. I just want to be around interesting people. That’s worth it for me,’ she recalled.
The model went on to remark that, over the length of her career, she has learned to identify her appeal to brands and to market herself in turn.
Specifically, she practiced ‘seeing myself as a brand, or understanding what “Cindy Crawford” the brand was. It’s all-American, sexy but approachable, and so choosing different jobs that fit that image was one of the first things I was good at.’
Staying occupied: The fashion industry icon previously expressed that she likes taking on more challenging work ‘just to keep myself interested’; she is pictured in 1990