As she wrapped up the Fendi show, Linda Evangelista swam on the New York Fashion Week runway. The 57-year-old Canadian beauty returned to the impressive catwalk in a blue Tiffany gown.
She was invited to the show to commemorate the legendary Baguette bag on the 25th anniversary of Fendi’s founding. The Italian fashion house surprised everyone when it announced a collaboration with Marc Jacobs at the show.
Evangelista was spotted taking to the catwalk in a chic gown while outfitted with a vintage Fendi Baguette bag, silver silk gloves and diamond earrings. The model announced her participation in the show in an Instagram post in July.
That same month, she reached an agreement with the court about improper cosmetic treatment that she claimed had left her disfigured. In September 2021, Evangelista first posted the results of this process on the internet.
At the time, she claimed that CoolSculpting, an FDA-approved non-invasive liposuction option, had left her with a terrible scar and irreversible disfigurement. Evangelista announced the end of its legal dispute with Zeltiq Aesthetic Inc., CoolSculpting’s parent company, in July after suing for $50 million in damages.
“I’m glad the CoolSculpting issue has been resolved,” she said in a statement. I’m excited to start this new chapter of my life with my friends and family and I’m relieved to have this issue. I sincerely appreciate the help that those contacted have given me.
In an earlier post, Linda Evangelista’s lawsuit over a false cosmetic treatment she claimed left her disfigured was settled.
After suing Zeltiq Aesthetic Inc., CoolSculpting’s parent company, for $50 million in damages, the 57-year-old supermodel announced on Instagram Tuesday that the story is over.