Carmen Dell’Orefice has the record for having the longest lifespan of any model in the world, according to the Guinness Book of Records. The media and society have persuaded us to assume that a woman’s attractiveness is limited to her so-called “bloom of youth.” But that could not be further from the truth, as many women have taken it upon themselves to show.
One of them is the American model Carmen Dell’Orefice, who has been alive for nine decades. She began modeling when she was a youngster, and she has never stopped appearing for photos in publications or walking the catwalk. She currently holds the record for the longest modeling career in the world.
Carmen also holds the distinction of becoming the youngest woman to appear on the cover of Vogue, in 1946, when she was just 15 years old. She has also received attention from other notable fashion periodicals, such as Harper’s Bazaar and W Magazine, and she even served as the face of the well-known Chanel No 5 fragrance.
But she has recently become fashionable after modeling for New You magazine. The photo shoot is a part of an interview with models Carmen Dell’Orefice and Beverly Johnson, 69, discussing “aging gracefully.” Beverly Johnson made history in 1974 when she became the first black woman to grace the cover of Vogue.
The two women stood together as evidence that beauty persists through all ages. As has frequently been stated, sustaining excellent health requires a nutritious diet and regular exercise.
Since change is a constant in life and time never stands still, she advised keeping things simple because «less is more in nearly everything in life, except in love.»