Carmen Dell’Orefice is the model with the longest lifespan in the world, as stated in the Guinness Book of Records. The media and society have conditioned us to believe that a woman is only attractive during the so-called “bloom of youth.” That is, however, far from the truth, as numerous women have demonstrated for themselves.
One of them is Carmen Dell’Orefice, a ninety-year-old American model. She started her career as a model when she was young, but she has never stopped posing for magazines and walking the runways. She currently holds the record for the longest modeling career in history.
But there’s more: Carmen also holds the distinction of being the youngest woman to be featured on the cover of Vogue in 1946, when she was just 15 years old.
She has also been featured in Harper’s Bazaar and W Magazine, two well-known fashion publications, and she was even the face of the well-known Chanel No 5 perfume.
She has, however, recently become fashionable due to her posing for New You magazine. The photo session is part of an interview about “aging gracefully” with models Carmen Dell’Orefice and Beverly Johnson, 69, who became the first black woman to appear on the cover of Vogue in 1974.
The two women posed together as evidence that beauty endures at any age. It has been noted numerous times that the keys to maintaining good health are a healthy diet and regular exercise.
She stated that because change is something we must accept daily and time never stands still, she recommends keeping things simple because “less is more in virtually everything in life, except in love.”