Supermodel Eva Herzigova is fronting the Italian edition of Project Runway as well as the Dolce&Gabbana Spring Summer 2014 campaign. 2014 spells the return of the Czech beauty.
Czech model Eva Herzigova shot to fame when her feminine assets were plastered on billboards al over the world in 1994 in the infamous Wonderbra ad “Hello Boys”. Since then the beautiful Czech has gained supermodel fame and has now carved her own little niche in reality TV as she will be a judge and presenter on the Italian edition of Project Runway which will air on the 26th February.
One member of the famed Olympus of super models that includes Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Kate Moss, Kristy Turlington, Helena Christensen and Linda Evangelista, Eva is one of the most beautiful women in the world. At almost 44, with three children and a fruitful career not yet behind her, Eva is enjoying a real renaissance. Not only is she cast as the lead of the Dolce&Gabbana Spring Summer 2014 womenswear campaign shot by Domenico Dolce, she is also hailing to out TV screens in the much anticipated Italian edition of Project Runway. Along with other movers and shakers of Italian fashion: Alberta Ferretti, Tomaso Trussardi and Ildo Damiano (Fashion Editor of GQ Italia), will be guiding 12 talented hopefuls to becoming the next big thing in Italian fashion.
Though this is not the first time Eva will be in front of the camera as she has dabbled in acting we can’t wait for this Czech siren to flex her Italian speaking muscles on TV and enjoy some emerging talent fashion.
Reprising her award winning role, Eva Herzigova wears Dolce&Gabbana Spring Summer 2014 collection on Harper’s Bazaar Spain March Issue cover spread. And she can still pull a pose like no other. Credits: Harpers Bazaar Spain
Photographer : Nico
Model : Eva Herzigova
Styling : Juan Cebrian
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