In November 2007 Cindy was featured on the cover of Russian Vogue magazine wearing a fur coat. The move angered PETA, prompting one member to call her a "washed-up, withered, mole-faced hag."
Cindy has made three workout videos: "Cindy Crawford - Shape Your Body Workout" in 1992, "Cindy Crawford - Next Challenge Workout" in 1993, and "Cindy Crawford - A New Dimension" in 2002.
Cindy has her own website where she promotes her collection of home furnishings called "Cindy Crawford Home," her line of skin care products called "Meaningful Beauty," various fragrances, and other products she has otherwise been involved with.
Cindy shocked fans in September 2006 by admitting she's been having cosmetic surgery for more than 10 years. Although she has been endorsing an anti-ageing cream in recent years, she has admitted that regular Botox injections are primarily what's been keeping her looking young.
Cindy was #26 in the 2006 "Hot 100" issue of Maxim magazine.
She gave birth to both her children through natural home birth.
In 1992, roadside posters of Cindy had to be taken down in Norway because authorities saw a 300% increase in the accident rate after they were put up - motorists were distracted by them.
Cindy was ranked #3 in British television station Channel 5's 2-hour special "World's Greatest Supermodel".
She is a Spokesperson for "Ripley" stores in Chile, turning the line "Me fascina Ripley" into a classic among Chilean people.
She was invited to Buckingham Palace by the late Princess Diana, when Prince William Windsor had a secret crush on her.
During her senior year at De Kalb Highschool, Cindy and her quarterback boyfriend were the prom king and queen at the senior prom.
Cindy is known as one of the five original supermodels, along with Claudia Schiffer, Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell, and Linda Evangelista.
She was the inspiration for Prince's song "Cindy C."
She was one of the finalists of Elite Model's Management's Look of the Year in 1983.
Cindy was nicknamed "Baby Gia" when she entered the modeling industry because of her resemblance (minus the drug addiction) to the late supermodel Gia Carangi.
Cindy is a gay rights supporter - she supports Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG).
She was the woman in the bathtub in George Michael's "Freedom" music video.
She played Jon Bon Jovi's girlfriend in his "Please Come Home For Christmas" music video.
Cindy has her own production company called Crawdaddy Inc.
A 1997 Shape magazine survey of 4,000 picked her as the second (after Demi Moore) most beautiful woman in the world.
She signed a three-year exclusive development deal with ABC in 1997.
Cindy was ranked #5 on Playboy's list of the "100 Sexiest Stars of the Century".
In 1997, she dated Val Kilmer.
Cindy owns a piece of the restaurant chain Planet Hollywood.
Cindy spent a short time on welfare as a child.
Cindy has been on the covers of over 600 magazines worldwide.
She was nominated for three Razzie Awards, all in 1996, but didn't win any. She was nominated for "Worst Actress," "Worst Screen Couple" (with Billy Baldwin), and "Worst New Star," all for her performance in the film Fair Game.
Cindy was one of People magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People" in both 1993 and 2002.
Cindy: For every thing you don't like about yourself, come up with something you do like....Once you start thinking in positive terms, slowly you'll begin to appreciate other things.
Cindy: In my work, I've realized that "Cindy Crawford" is a product. I decide how to use that image. It's a business.
Cindy: I'm just so happy, because I can come home from a day on set and start posting on my journal, or if I have any energy left, I can turn my camera on and start having a live chat with people who are members on my site. Sometimes when I'm bored, I'll take a shower, put on my makeup and something really sexy, turn my camera on, and just give the people logged in a show they'll never forget. This is what I always wanted.
Cindy: Sometimes my hair is a mess, and I can't find the right outfit and I feel like I weigh 300 pounds.
Cindy: I have a simple, healthy life, which works miracles. I drink a lot of water, watch what I eat, and exercise. But I owe the quality of my skin to a cosmetic surgeon.
Cindy: Past a certain age, creams work on the texture of your skin, but in order to restore elasticity all I can really count on is vitamin injections, Botox and collagen.
Cindy: Certainly Vogue was the total seal of approval, but Cosmo was up there. You had those and your cosmetics contract, and you were all set.
Cindy: The face you have at age 25 is the face God gave you, but the face you have after 50 is the face you earned.
Cindy: Our sex life has been ruined since the arrival of our first baby. We can't be so spontaneous because we don't want the nanny to hear us. We can't scream and yell like we used to.
Cindy: The thing I like about my body is that it's strong. I can move furniture around my apartment. I can ride my horse, I can play basketball. It's a well functioning machine.
Cindy: My breasts are beautiful, and I gotta tell you, they've gotten a lot of attention for what is relatively short screen time.
Cindy: You start out happy that you have no hips or boobs. All of a sudden you get them, and it feels sloppy. Then just when you start liking them, they start drooping.
Cindy: It's a huge change for your body. You don't even want to look in the mirror after you've had a baby, because your stomach is just hanging there like a Shar-Pei.
Cindy: I don't think makeup is rocket science or a cure for cancer.
Cindy: They were doing a full back shot of me in a swimsuit and I thought, 'Oh my God, I have to be so brave.' See, every woman hates herself from behind.
Cindy: In the studio, I do try to have a thought in my head, so that it's not like a blank stare.