Posted: 17:56 GMT, Aug. March 2021 | Updated: 21:57 GMT, Jan. March 2021

Cindy Crawford’s Instagram page incorrectly tagged supermodel Iman instead of Beverly Johnson in a picture celebrating International Women’s Day on Monday morning

DailyMailcom understands that it wasn’t Cindy herself who made the mistake, but a member of her social media team However, eagle-eye fans quickly pointed out the snafu, which was then quickly corrected

The 55-year-old supermodel post attempted to pay homage to women in the industry, which made her a household name when she shared a relapse with a variety of models – including Johnson, who was originally tagged as Iman. p>

Oh no: Cindy Crawford’s Instagram post incorrectly tagged Iman instead of Beverly Johnson in a picture celebrating International Women’s Day on Monday morning

‘Where would I be without strong women in my life?’ Crawford captioned the snapshot, ‘Today we celebrate all of the fearless women who paved the way for us – and our daughters’

Instagram user @BriaHuff was quick to point out, ‘This is not Iman, this is Beverly Johnson’

Many followers noticed the massive mistake when Frank Menden remarked, “This is Beverly Johnson, not Iman!”

Whoops: But eagle-eyed fans noticed that Cindy’s post had Beverly’s picture tagged with Iman’s name and sparked a war of words online on a day meant to encourage and encourage women around the world

She knows the handle: Cindy has already written that she had a real “girl crush moment” when she met Iman in New York City and correctly tagged the supermodel on her Instagram account @The_Real_Iman

Almost an hour after the Iman’s tag photo was posted, Cindy’s post was updated to reflect the new day with Beverly’s name and a large number of comments deleted

Cindy previously wrote that she had a real “girl crush moment” when she met Iman in New York City and correctly tagged the supermodel on her Instagram account @The_Real_Iman

Women have been the mainstay of the industry for decades as they ruled the runways as the most influential faces of the 90s

Model Behavior: Women have been the mainstay of the industry for decades as they ruled the runways as the most influential faces of the 90s Cindy and Beverly seen in 1990

Johnson famously ushered in a new era for Vogue as the first black model featured on its cover in August 1974

“Forty-six years after my Vogue cover, I want to go from icon to iconoclast and continue to fight against racism and marginalization, which has been an ugly part of the beauty business for far too long,” Johnson told the Washington Post

In an interview with People Magazine last summer, Johnson spoke at length about her struggles with racism in the fashion industry

In one far-reaching piece, Johnson revealed that she first saw racism when she was 12 or 13, when neighborhood white kids threw bottles and yelled at them with the N-word when they ride bikes (Beverly grew up in Buffalo, New York)

Racism continued in her pioneering career as a model, saying that there are many more changes to be made in the fashion world today

Last year, her former publicist accused Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour of being rude to his supermodel client, adding how hard he had to work to get his client an invitation to the 100th To procure the anniversary celebration of Vogue in 1992

Hester said in an interview with PageSix that Johnson nearly got caught at the 1992 Bash. “Beverly became the first African-American model to make history to appear on the cover of Vogue and they refused to invite her,” said he

Legend: Johnson famously ushered in a new era for Vogue as the first black model featured on its cover in August 1974

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