As a high schooler, the supermodel was often teased and ridiculed, mostly about things that ended up becoming her trademarks. "I hated my eyebrows and my hair," she wrote in her book "Becoming." "The mole was the thing I got teased about and was embarrassed about, and that set me apart."
Cindy Crawford also recalls the time classmates set up a fake modeling job just to embarrass her. "I felt all the air leave my body. I ran out of the store as fast as I could, only to see two girls from my high school standing on the corner laughing. I felt like I'd been punched in the stomach."