90s Supermodels Back Big Time – Naomi Opens Atelier Versace, Christy Stars in Two Fall Campaigns and Cindy Covers Muse Magazine

Fifteen years after her last Versace runway appearance Naomi stuns as she opened Paris Fashion week the Atelier Versace A/W 2013 show in Paris on Sunday. She strutted down the runway like she hasn’t missed a beat. Naomi has long been associated with the brand and was a close friend of Gianni Versace’s so it was super cool to see her in a Versace show again after so many years. It reminded us all of the great Versace shows of the early 90s. At 43, Naomi continues to be one of the busiest of all the original supermodels.

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This week it was also announced that Christy Turlington stars in the two major fall campaigns – Prada and Jason Wu, not to mention reprising her role as a Calvin Klein underwear model. The photos were recently released and she looks incredible. Both Cindy Crawford and Grace Coddington have said that Christy Turlington is the most beautiful women they’ve ever seen. Her face is pretty much perfection. In fact, Christy’s face inspired the faces of the mannequins at the Met’s Costume Institute – you know you’re gorgeous when…And Christy is a true activist and does a lot a great work with her charity Every Mother Counts.

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I’ve always loved Cindy the most – there’s just something about her. And she’s also been working more lately than she has in years. Although she hasn’t returned to the runways or starred in any major campaign recently, she’s seems to be doing non-stop editorial work to the point where it’s hard to keep up. Her latest is the summer issue of Muse magazine where she looks better than ever in the spread and looks legendary in a “Cindy Crawford” shirt on the cover. I loved the shirt so much, I even went and had one made! Yep– I sure did. Check out the video below to see more.


Now if we could only see all these girls together again on the cover of Vogue, I’d be a very happy fancy fruit.

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