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One Of America's First Supermodels Still Striding

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One Of America's First Supermodels Still Striding

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One Of America's First Supermodels Still Striding

One Of America's First Supermodels Still Striding

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Model Carmen Dell'Orefice has as many stories about fashion as there are designer frocks in her closet. She first appeared on the cover of Vogue magazine at the age of 15, and has made the cover five times since. Carmen Dell'Orefice will turn 78 in June, and she's still working it.

Dell'Orefice tells host Lianne Hansen why she's stayed in front of the cameras for so long.

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