Who's that girl Supermodel Crystal Renn is barely recognisable with new peroxide blonde hair
16:54 GMT, 4 April 2012
They say blondes have more fun. And Crystal Renn certainly
seemed to be living proof of that when she was spotted on vacation with a new
The New York-based model looks virtually unrecognisable with her new
lighter locks, which she has shown off while on holiday at The Cove Atlantis in
the Bahamas last weekend.
The 25-year-old, who first shot to fame as a
plus-size model in 2004, took part in a private swimming session at the resort where
she splashed around with dolphins.
Now and then: New York model Crystal Renn has been given a dramatic makeover, going from brunette to peroxide blonde. She was spotted basking in the sun at The Cove Atlantis resort in the Bahamas last weekend
In photographs taken by staff at the resort, the model is
shown with a wary smile spread across her face as she feeds one of the giant marine
She is also pictured outside the pool wearing black, on
trend cat eye sunglasses, her blonde hair falling over her shoulders.
In another photograph, the past Swimsuit Illustrated cover
girl is shown posing in a black maxi dress alongside a group of friends, the
sun beaming down over her almost-white dye job.
Even her eyebrows have received the lightening treatment,
leaving no visible trace of the brunette strands that have featured in runway
shows by Jean-Paul Gaultier and Chanel. She was also picked as the face of last
year’s spring/summer campaign for Jimmy Choo.
Fun in the sun: She took part in a private swimming session where she got to feed dolphins
Style set: The model enjoyed a vacation at The Cove Atlantis where she caught up with friends by the pool
The genetically-blessed stunner was also on the cover of the
Mexican edition of Vogue last year.
She is also an accomplished author. She co-wrote Hungry: A
Young Model’s Story Of Appetite, Ambition And The Ultimate Embrace Of Curves.
It details her experiences in the fashion and modelling
industries as well as her body transformation.