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Cindy Crawford on Helmut Newton

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Cindy Crawford says she particularly loved working with Herb Ritts, Helmut Newton, and Richard Avedon: "I don't know if it can get better than that group. Sometimes, when you are working with young photographers and they say, 'This is so Helmut,' I'm thinking, 'No, not really. I was there with Helmut, this is not Helmut.'" All that, plus reflections on professionalism, coming to terms with her body, and that time she was almost kidnapped in Paris. [The Edit]