Linda Evangelista is back on Craze cover after being 'deformed' by process
Model Linda Evangelista has appeared on the cover of Vogue for the first time after saying she was "disfigured" by a cosmetic procedure gone wrong.
In the photos, tape and elastic were used to pull back her face, jaw and neck, to hide the problems caused when the fat-freezing treatment "backfired".
She told the magazine that she was "irritating to love myself as I am".
"But for the picture," he added. " See, for photographs, I normally believe we're here to make dreams.
We're creating dreams. I think it's allowed. Also, all my timidities are taken care of in these photos, so I get to do what I love to do."
He said the CoolSculpting treatment — a brand name for cryolipolysis, which utilizes cold temperatures to decrease fat stores
Turned out badly when an uncommon incidental effect made fat cells develop rather than contract.
All photographs in the magazine show just the front of her face, with her neck, ears and hair covered.