Linda Evangelista has returned to modeling after undergoing cosmetic surgery. “brutally disfigured.”The 57-year-old model shared an Instagram photo of her new collaboration with Fendi Saturday. It is believed that this was her first modeling job after sharing about her CoolSculpting experience, which she said changed her life.
“On September 9 2022 @Fendi will host a special fashion show in New York City to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the #FendiBaguette, designed by @silviaventurinifendi, and two years since @mrkimjones joined the Maison as Artistic Director of Couture and Womenswear. #Fendi,”Evangelista wrote in her caption, noting she was “so grateful”To all those who participated in the campaign.
Evangelista became a big news story in September 2021, when she shared her Instagram account revealing why she had stepped away from modeling in recent times. “To my followers who have wondered why I have not been working while my peers’ careers have been thriving, the reason is that I was brutally disfigured,”She wrote the following: She said that the procedure was allegedly “increased, not decreased”Her fat cells caused her to be “permanently deformed even after two painful, unsuccessful, corrective surgeries.”The model stated that she was also a “model”. “been left, as the media has described, ‘unrecognizable.'”
Evangelista, who had undergone seven CoolSculpting sessions between August 2015 and February 2016, filed a lawsuit for $50,000,000 against CoolSculpting’s parent, Zeltiq Aesthetics Inc. She said that she was unable to work after seven sessions of CoolSculpting from August 2015 to February 2016. PEOPLEAfter she noticed a sudden weight gain, her doctor diagnosed Paradoxical Adipose Hyperplasia (PAH).
“I was like, ‘What the hell is that?’ And he told me no amount of dieting, and no amount of exercise was ever going to fix it,”The outlet was told by Evangelista. PAH, a rare side effect of CoolSculpting, is reported to affect less than 1% patients. It causes the fatty tissues in the body to thicken and shrink, making them unsuitable for other cosmetic procedures. “I loved being up on the catwalk. Now I dread running into someone I know,”Through tears, she shared her story with the magazine. “I can’t live like this anymore, in hiding and shame. I just couldn’t live in this pain any longer. I’m willing to finally speak.”