Whispers of the latest rift with Morton came at the same time Evangelista attended the CFDA Awards this week as a presenter, and walked the carpet solo.
She’s also been seen out and about without Morton in New York.
Upon the suggestion of photographer Peter Lindbergh, Evangelista had her hair cut short in 1988.
The haircut, nicknamed "The Linda", not only sparked many copies worldwide, but it also benefited Evangelista's career and helped usher in the era of the supermodel.
as well as for coining the phrase "We don't wake up for less than ,000 a day." She holds the record for her multiple appearances on the cover of Vogue Italia, all of which were photographed by Meisel.
Evangelista's modeling career began in 1984 when she signed with Elite Model Management after having moved from her native Canada to New York City.
When Morton and Evangelista began dating in 2006, she was pregnant with Pinault’s child — but the father’s identity remained a mystery until it was revealed by Page Six and when Evangelista later took Pinault to court, in 2011.
The 50-year-old was a member of the "Big Six" back in the 1990s, comprised of Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Kate Moss, Christy Turlington and Claudia Schiffer.Described as the "chameleon" of the fashion industry, Unlike her colleagues, she chose not to diversify into other ventures outside of modeling.She retired from her career in 1998 and made a comeback three years later, this time working only sporadically.Linda's complexion was still as youthful as ever during her casual outing, in which she sported a low-key, all-black ensemble.Wearing her now-brunette tresses tied up in a ponytail, the Canadian's famous figure remained under wraps thanks to a chunky, double-breasted coat and jeans.