When fashions unite.

Paulina Porizkova penned a supportive message to longtime pal Linda Evangelista after the latter magnificence claimed a beauty process left her “permanently deformed.”

“She has bravely come out with her story today, and I want to applaud her and hug her and celebrate her,” Porizkova, 56, wrote on Instagram Thursday alongside previous modeling pictures of the 2 of them.

“There was a reason she retired from the spotlight, and for a woman known for her brilliance as a physical chameleon and embodiment of elegance, it was a harsh one,” she added. “I will not tell you her story, that is for her to do, but I do want to celebrate her courage in voicing it.”

MODEL LINDA EVANGELISTA SAYS SHE WAS LEFT ‘DEFORMED’ AFTER A COSMETIC PROCEDURE THAT ‘DESTROYED’ HER CAREER

Porizkova added that she thought-about Evangelista, additionally 56, “the greatest fashion model of all times [sic].”

Evangelista claimed to have been left 'brutally disfigured' due to a botched CoolSculpting treatment.

Evangelista claimed to have been left ‘brutally disfigured’ attributable to a botched CoolSculpting remedy.
(Toby Zerna/Newspix)

The Czech stunner additionally wrote a heartfelt comment on Evangelista’s Instagram account.

“I’m so sorry for what you’ve had to endure,” she wrote. “Coming out of the shadow is so strong and courageous. I applaud you and welcome back in the light where you belong!”

A day earlier, Evangelista claimed to have been left “brutally disfigured” attributable to a botched CoolSculpting remedy.

Evangelista stated she filed a lawsuit as a result of she is “so tired of living this way,” writing, “I would like to walk out my door with my head held high, despite not looking like myself any longer.”

A rep for AbbVie, the trademark firm of Zeltiq and CoolSculpting, didn’t reply to Page Six’s request for remark.