Cindy Crawford's secret of recovering from jet lag is exercise.Friday, 3 March, 2000, 12:00am
Cindy Crawford says that like most women she worries about growing old and losing her looks.
The supermodel says she is trying to establish a career which is not based solely on her appearance. And she has achieved this through her high-profile association with Omega watches and Revlon cosmetics. More television and charity work is also in the pipeline.16 Oct 1998 - 12:00am
Supermodel Cindy Crawford raised temperatures in freezing Beijing when she helped a Swiss watchmaker celebrate its 150th anniversary.
Crowds flocked to see the muse when she appeared at the opening ceremony of Omega's exhibition at Modern Plaza, and later at a gala dinner held at the China World Hotel.9 Feb 1998 - 12:00am
LEGEND has it that Cindy Crawford became a US$9 million (about HK$69.5 million) a year supermodel because of two things: she is extraordinarily beautiful and she is an extremely hard worker. Her two days in Hong Kong turned the myth into reality.8 Nov 1995 - 12:00am
ABSOLUTELY FATUOUS SEXIEST men in the world, as chosen by People magazine: Mel Gibson (1985), Mark Harmon (1986), Harry Hamlin (1987) John F. Kennedy Jr (1988), Sean Connery (1989), Tom Cruise (1990), Patrick Swayze (1991), Nick Nolte (1992), Richard Gere and Cindy Crawford (1993 special award), 1994 no winners, Brad Pitt (1995).19 Feb 1995 - 12:00am
CINDY Crawford hosted the fifth annual Unforgettable Women Contest in New York city joined by fellow supermodels Claudia Schiffer and Veronica Webb who sat among the judges.
The winner, chosen from nine finalists, was Joan Walz, of Omaha, Nebraska, now living in Colorado Springs, Colorado, who teaches aspiring models personal development.2 Oct 1993 - 12:00am
EVER since Madonna sashayed on to the world's video catwalk and ''vogued'', fashion just has not been the same. Of course it is still about impossibly beautiful models, jet-set celebrities and money, but these days there is also the ratings to consider.13 Jun 1993 - 12:00am
THE American cable television channel Home Box Office is having an easier time casting And the Band Plays On, the movie version of Ray Shilts' best-selling book on the history of AIDS.
Several big names in Hollywood were reluctant to take on the project - apparently for fear of being associated with the disease.11 Jan 1993 - 12:00am