Model Eve Salvail Teams Up with Reitmans to Benefit Breast Cancer
Quebec model Eve Salvail didn’t necessarily fit the mold of the 1990s era of supermodels like Linda Evangelista, Cindy Crawford and Naomi Campbell, with their Amazonian bodies, flowing tresses, ample bosoms and seductive struts.
But Salvail’s shaved and tattooed head, chiseled face and rebellious stomp down the runways, nevertheless endeared her to designers, and she shared the international runways and magazine pages with the sexier supermodels of the day.
Currently living in New York City and working as a DJ – and still modeling – Salvail was commissioned this spring by Canadian retailer Reitmans, to design two prints for a series of limited edition t-shirts. The graphic tees, which goes on sale at select Reitmans stores across the country on May 8th retails for $25 each and will benefit the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.