Linda Evangelista is returning to modeling for the first time since she was ‘permanently deformed’ from cosmetic procedures.

Supermodel Linda Evangelista has celebrated her return to modeling after previously opening up about cosmetic surgery she claimed left her “permanently deformed”.

On Saturday, Evangelista, 57, shared a photo of herself from a recent Fendi campaign on Instagram, in which she wore multiple pink satin hats and posed with Fendi purses. In the caption, the model revealed that the luxury fashion house will be hosting a “special runway show” in New York City in honor of the 25th anniversary of the Fendi Baguette bag.

“On September 9th, 2022 @Fendi will host a special runway 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 the caption, before adding that she was “so grateful” to those involved in the campaign.

Evangelista’s appearance in the Fendi campaign comes after she claimed in a September 2021 Instagram post that she was “permanently deformed” by the popular cryolipolysis procedure.

In the lengthy post, the Canadian supermodel said she suffered a series of rare side effects after undergoing CoolSculpting, a brand name fat-freezing process, and that two corrective surgeries had been “unsuccessful.”

“To my followers who have wondered why I haven’t worked while my colleagues’ careers have thrived, it is because I was brutally disfigured by Zeltiq’s CoolSculpting process, which did the opposite of what it promised Evangelista said, adding the procedure is said to have “increased my fat cells, not decreased them, and left me permanently deformed even after two painful, unsuccessful corrective surgeries.”

According to CoolSculpting’s website, “rare side effects” can occur as a result of the procedure and “cause a visible enlargement in the treated area that can develop two to five months after treatment and require surgical intervention to correct it.”

According to Evangelista, in addition to the physical side effects, the experience “destroyed” her livelihood and sent her “into a cycle of deep depression, deep sadness, and deepest self-loathing.” “I became a recluse in the process,” she wrote in her Instagram post.

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At the time, the supermodel also announced that she had filed a lawsuit against CoolSculpting’s parent company, Zeltiq Aesthetics Inc., for $50 million in damages.

However, when speaking to People about the impact of the cosmetic procedure in February this year, Evangelista said she plans to continue to speak openly about the experience in hopes of breaking free from the “shame” she felt.

“I hope I can shed some of the shame and help other people who are in the same situation as me. That’s my goal,” she said, adding, “I’m not going to hide anymore.”

Since announcing the new campaign, which appears to be Evangelista’s first foray into the modeling world since the cosmetic procedure, fans have applauded the model, and many have shared their excitement at her return.

“So, so, so happy to see that. Congratulations @lindaevangelista welcome back,” one fan wrote, while another said, “The Queen is back!”

“You will always be the best! Welcome back!” someone else commented under the photo.

https://www.independent.ie/style/celebrity/celebrity-news/linda-evangelista-returns-to-modelling-for-first-time-since-cosmetic-procedure-left-her-permanently-deformed-41854629.html Linda Evangelista is returning to modeling for the first time since she was ‘permanently deformed’ from cosmetic procedures.

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