Cindy Crawford has revisited her 1980s beginnings for her shoot for the new Reserved campaign.

The 52-year-old supermodel has proved time hasn't changed her influence on the fashion industry as she looks fresh and youthful in the 'I LOVE YOU CINDY' campaign film - shot by Gordon von Steiner - for the Polish high-street brand, and the brunette beauty shows her playful side as she dances through the streets in a bright pink suit.

Speaking to about her favourite outfits from the set, she said: ''I loved all the suits we wore for the commercial but I have to say the pink one was my favourite. I love the colour for spring and paired with flats made it look modern and perfect for dancing!''

The 80's style of the campaign video reflects her early modelling years during the era which catapulted Cindy to fame, and she reflected on her favourite memories from the decade.

When asked what her highlight from the 80s was, she said: ''Wow, that's a hard question, I was just starting high school in the beginning of the '80s and by the end of the '80s, I was living in New York modelling. Certainly getting my first Vogue cover was a highlight!''

Cindy is wearing a striped white suit on the set of a retro soap with 'Stranger Things' star Dacre Montgomery in one scene, and is exercising in colourful gym gear in another, but the model mum- who raises Kaia, 16, and Presley, 18 with husband Rande Gerber - admits her outfits are much more casual now.

She said: ''I live in Malibu so most days find me in jeans, a T- shirt and a leather jacket.''

Reserved launched only six months ago in the UK but has already had campaigns with famous faces including Kate Moss, Adwoa Aboah, Jourdan Dunn, Jon Kortajarena and Irina Shayk, and Cindy is happy to be following in their footsteps.

She said: ''What Reserved have done with their campaigns has been really smart. I loved Kate [Moss]'s really timeless visual, and then the incredibly current campaign at Christmas with Adwoa, Jourdan and Irina ... I'm happy to be added to this line-up with something that feels nostalgic but is also surprising. I think the brand is keeping people on their toes.''