Cindy Crawford’s Nostalgic Digital Camera Selfies Are Giving Major Y2K Vibes

The supermodel’s throwbacks showcased an early 2000s style of photography.
Cindy Crawford

Cindy Crawford.


We can always count on Cindy Crawford for incredible throwback content. On Thursday, the supermodel offered up two digital camera photos—one in black-and-white and the other in a vintage tone—in the original “selfie” mode of the early 2000s.

In the first, the 57-year-old mom of two held the camera up in front of her face for a mirror snap to capture her hair in rollers and her fluffy white bathrobe. The second pic provided a close-up of Crawford’s face in the mirror.

She aptly captioned the duo of photos she shared with her 7.7 million followers, “Y2K selfies.”

“y2k legendary 🤍,” one fan quipped in the comments.

“Always so gorgeous 😍,” someone else added.

“A stand-alone camera is a good fail-safe for when the computers all think it’s the year ’00,’” one fan joked. “Hang on to that and your Discman.”

“Still the best🔥❤️🔥,” another person noted.

In terms of throwback content, the 1988 SI Swimsuit Issue star also recently posted a montage of swimwear content from her earlier modeling days to Instagram. She included clips of herself in a classic red one-piece, a black bikini with white polka dots, a patriotic white one-piece and more. Check it out here.

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