Cindy Crawford on Dressing Her Dogs, Staying Close to Fellow ’90s Supermodels

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Lap dogs: Cindy Crawford at the Propel Zero to 1000 Dog-Walking event.

As far as Cindy Crawford is concerned, fashion is going to the dogs.

At the April 2 Propel Zero to 1,000 Celebrity Dog-Walking Event in Malibu, Calif., the supermodel admitted that much like herself, her Maltese Yorkies are a stylish set.

“Personally, I think it is humiliating,” Crawford, who hosted the fitness-awareness event, told FashionEtc of dressing up doggies Sugar and Widget. “But we do own a lot of clothes, because I have a little girl [daughter Kaia].”

So what kind of couture do the canines wear?

“Widget has a wedding dress, actually,” she told us, “and we have sweaters and some holiday outfits for them, like little reindeer antlers.”

Hopefully, the Propel Zero spokesperson won’t look back and cringe at some of their ensembles, as she did when recalling some of the styles she sported in the acid-wash era.

“I had a pair of paisley jeans from Guess that I thought were great, but in retrospect, probably weren’t that cute,” Crawford said at the event, which drew celebrities like Brooke Shields and Dancing with the Stars pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy and raised money for Much Love, a nonprofit dedicated to helping animals in need. “Look, some people were against shoulder pads so they went away, but now they’re back. So those things come and go.”

Speaking of the past, we couldn’t help but wonder if she is still in contact with her fellow ’90s supermodels.

“Oh, yeah! Yes, yes, yes!” Crawford, who ruled the runways alongside Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington, and Linda Evangelista, told FashonEtc. “I just talked to Claudia the other day. Her husband [director Matthew Vaughn] is working on a film out here. We’re trying to get together. Everyone is so busy, it’s hard. [But] yeah, I’m still friends with some of them.”

Some of them? Hmm … we have a pretty good idea which of the other women is in the doghouse.

Reporting by Amy Webber