Cindy Crawford admits it’s ‘fun to be back’ on set in behind-the-scenes look from stunning shoot

Cindy Crawford admits it’s ‘fun to be back’ on set in behind-the-scenes look from stunning photo shoot

She’s a global superstar who knows all of her best angles.

And Cindy Crawford was happy to be back at work as she shared clips from behind-the-scenes of a photo shoot on Friday afternoon.

The 54-year-old supermodel didn’t miss a beat as she posed in gorgeous gowns with new safety precautions in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Beauty: Cindy Crawford was happy to be back at work as she shared clips from behind-the-scenes of a photo shoot on Friday afternoon

Crawford looked effortlessly chic in a flowing blue dress as she twirled around the room in a slow-motion shot.

She shared a few snaps to her millions of followers on Instagram with the caption: ‘BTS fun to be back!’ 

Cindy threw her arms up in the air and let sheer navy fabric dance in the air as she tossed her hair to the side.

Effortless: The 54-year-old supermodel didn't miss a beat as she posed in gorgeous gowns with new safety precautions in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19

Effortless: The 54-year-old supermodel didn’t miss a beat as she posed in gorgeous gowns with new safety precautions in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19

Queen: She shared a few snaps to her millions of followers on Instagram with the caption: 'BTS fun to be back!'

Queen: She shared a few snaps to her millions of followers on Instagram with the caption: ‘BTS fun to be back!’

She credited makeup artist Terri Apanasewicz with highlighting her flawless complexion.

The pair joked about social distance measures as Terri attempted to touch up Crawford’s makeup with a six-foot-long powder brush. 

Cindy mentioned that hairstylist Richard Marin ‘comes prepared’ with a face mask, plastic shield and an arsenal of products. 

Best in the business: She credited makeup artist Terri Apanasewicz with highlighting her flawless complexion

Best in the business: She credited makeup artist Terri Apanasewicz with highlighting her flawless complexion

Professional: Cindy mentioned that hairstylist Richard Marin 'comes prepared' with a face mask, plastic shield and an arsenal of products

Professional: Cindy mentioned that hairstylist Richard Marin ‘comes prepared’ with a face mask, plastic shield and an arsenal of products

The campaign, which appeared to be shot by Sean Hanish for Rooms To Go, followed Cindy as she moved around a luxurious living room.  

The state of California allowed productions to resume with a few key measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

In the industry guide, the state recommends: ‘Physical distancing to the maximum extent possible, use of face coverings by workers (where respiratory protection is not required) and customers/clients, frequent handwashing and regular cleaning and disinfection and training workers on these and other elements.

Action! The campaign, which appeared to be shot by Sean Hanish for Rooms To Go, followed Cindy as she moved around a luxurious living room

Action! The campaign, which appeared to be shot by Sean Hanish for Rooms To Go, followed Cindy as she moved around a luxurious living room

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