Helena Christensen became enraged by her jealous body in the early 90s, but also at an appearance that could easily steal someone's heart. Helena's career began in 1986, when the beautiful Chilean won the Miss Universe Denmark title. In short, she became one of the supermodels of the 1990s, alongside Linda Evangelista, Christie Turlington, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Elle Mufferson and Claudia Schiffer.
Many remember the video of Chris Isaac's play, Wicked Game, which was painted in black and white, in which Helen's sensual eye was the star. Time passed, and Helena decided to retire to promote and help young talents from the fashion industry. In addition, she has a 19-year-old son who tried to follow in her footsteps. In September 2017, she debuted at Fashion Week in New York, but eventually gave up on the idea that modeling career was not worth it.
Helena posed a 50-year challenge
Although it has been more than 20 years since Helena has been handled by all the fashion houses, it is here that the Danish has not lost her beauty, as she kept her body fragile and trendy, but who can not leave anyone indifferent. For the past time and full of sadness, Helena agreed to pose for Harper's Bazaar, and the result was a spectacular one. In the wild landscape, wearing only a gray swimsuit, Helena displayed her toned feet and generous neckline. In the other frame, she wears a blue, bright skirt and a bra of the same color.
The color of clothing items only illuminate the unusual color of the eyes, which has fascinated many people over time. Along with the photos, the magazine was published in an interview with a former Danish model.
The former model admitted that she did not go well with Cindy Crawford
In this, Helena admits that, at the height of her career, she was not friends with her colleague Cindy Crawford, but both brought children into the world and became friends with her after changing her priorities. "I was a Danish hippie, while Cindy was a classic American girl, very professional and eager to grow," Helena said. dailymail.co.uk.