Cindy Crawford makes one hot truck stop momma’ even if she’s dressed in the latest haute couture. They love her in France where she’s featured in the latest French Revue De Modes magazine, showcasing spring/summer 2012 fashions.

Crawford, who turned 46 last month, looks as ravishing as ever, despite the unusual location for a fashion shoot. The French must think grimy truck stops are very American.

The comparison with truck stop hookers is inevitable and Cindy could certainly make a living at that with her knock out looks and well-toned body. Although her best years as a supermodel are behind her, she still looks the part.

Check out Cindy’s photos; click to enlarge.

The model has a head for business, too. She graduated from DeKalb High School in Illinois, class of 1984, and was named Valedictorian. She won an academic scholarship to study chemical engineering at top-rated Northwestern University, but left college to model full-time.

During the 1980s and 1990s, Crawford was one of an elite circle of true supermodels. She’s appeared in more than 400 magazines and modeled for countless brands. The 5’9″ beauty upended fashion and political circles in when she appeared on the inaugural cover of John F. Kennedy Jr’s George magazine, dressed as George Washington.

She married in 1998 to New York bar owner Randy Gerber, her second husband after Richard Gere. She offically quit modeling in 2000. But judging from her latest photo spread she can command work anytime she wants.

She covers the 10th anniversary issue of French Revue de Modes and poses for photographer Thierry le Gouès.. She wears Lanvin, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana. Marcell Rocha handled styling.