Mumbai, June 18 (IANS) American supermodel Cindy Crawford, who is in India for a professional commitment, says her forthcoming book titled “Becoming” is “not really an autobiography, but an autobiographical”.
“It’s not really an autobiography, but an autobiographical. The original idea of the book was 50 iconic photos married to 50 aesthetics, talking about the journeys and lessons that I learnt along the way (sic),” Crawford, 49, said here.
The world renowned supermodel said that the book features images which have “never been published before” and shares insights into her experiences of motherhood and the fashion world.
“The book will talk about different lessons I learnt in life. Taking chances, learning to say no, how do I feel about ageing, becoming mother and the lessons that I learnt in fashion world,” added the mother of two, who launched the new Constellation Pluma Colllection of luxury watch brand Omega here on Thursday.
The “Fair Game” actress mentioned that there is a “bit of nudity in the images”, but the aesthetics are kept a way in which she can share them with her children.
The book, which is set to mark the veteran supermodel’s 50th birthday next year, will be available worldwide including India, she said.
Before coming down to Mumbai, Crawford had shared that she was looking forward to “reconnecting with this wonderful country”.
Once regarded as the highest paid model by Forbes magazine, she last visited India in 1998.