Working from home looks a little different for everyone, but Cindy Crawford is owning the work-from-home game by putting her modeling skills to the test over FaceTime.
Crawford, 54, is using technology to keep her modeling career afloat during the coronavirus pandemic. The star took to Instagram on Tuesday with a few snaps from her virtual photoshoot with photographer Kat Irlin.
The series of beautiful snaps were taken completely over FaceTime while Irlin shot photos of the model from NYC as Crawford posed on FaceTime from California.
"There's a first time for everything!" the caption reads. "FaceTime photoshoot with @kat_in_nyc."
"Fashion and photography are going to be different for a while," Crawford writes, "but that doesn't mean we need to stop being creative."
Irlin took to the 'gram with her own version of the series, saying, "Cindy via facetime - #artintimesofcorona."
Fans flooded the comments section, most of them impressed with her hair and makeup skills in the absence of professional stylists.
Crawford's photoshoot is just one in a series Irlin has done with professional models virtually, including a set with Helena Christensen.
With the coronavirus pandemic marching on, many celebrities have resorted to crafty renditions of their usual day-to-day content production. Late night and talk show hosts have resorted to at-home versions of their usual shows.
Last week, Stephen Colbert and Conan O'Brien even guest-starred on each other's shows, airing the clips from the rendezvous to both of their programs.
"I miss the laughter," O'Brien revealed, adding, "I miss the joy that I bring others."
Colbert retorted by saying, "I miss the audience because I get all of my value from their praise."