Stuart Weitzman; Jason Wu
Stuart Weitzman; Jason Wu
That's right, '90s supermodels are definitely having a moment, with some of our fave leggy ladies from the past landing some pretty major fashion campaigns, and defying the notion that the fashion industry is obsessed with youth.
Take Christy Turlington, who absolutely stuns as the star of designer Jason Wu's newly released fall 2013 campaign. Looking like she hasn't aged a day since the peak of her career, the 44-year-old shows off the designer's hot red dress—and her flawless figure!—while perched in a booth at New York's Mr. Chow. Turlington also strikes a pose alongside the designer, who has turned to legendary models in the past for his campaigns. Earlier this year, he tapped Stephanie Seymour for his spring 2013 ads and, just like Turlington, the 44-year-old amazed us with her apparent inability to age!
And Wu isn't the only fashion guru who has rediscovered Turlington's talents, either. A whopping 25 years after he first used her in his underwear ads, Calvin Klein has recast her in a new campaign, and Prada also picked the yoga devotee as one of the faces of its 2013 fall campaign. Plus, the brunette beauty recently landed the cover of Harper's Bazaar, working with a photographer Dan Jackson, who told her she looked like a "16-year-old" when she smiled.
Turlington's modeling pal Cindy Crawford is also still gracing magazine covers—and also looking ridiculously good while doing so. Last December, her super-hot Shape cover had us scratching our heads because the 46-year-old looked even more fit than when she graced the glossy twenty years earlier!
Another staple in the '90s modeling scene, Kate Moss, has also kept pretty busy since arriving on the scene. Though she never really left the spotlight, we're still impressed by the 39-year-old's ability to edge out younger models to land huge, skin-baring gigs at an age when most women would retire their racy attire. Just yesterday, the Brit beauty's nude Versace ads debuted, and today, we got our first peek at her Stuart Weitzman ads, in which a barely clothed Moss lets sexy over-the-knee boots take center stage.
Last month she ditched her clothes altogether as the new face of St. Tropez. According to rumors, the model, who helped propel the heroin chic look back in the '90s, is also slated to be the January 2013 cover girl for Playboy—right in time for her 40th birthday!
But if that doesn't impress you, how about the fact Lauren Hutton is still striking a pose in front of the camera at the age of 69?! Proving that beauty knows no age, the veteran model wows in the latest campaign shots for Lucky Brand, which the company unveiled earlier this week.
And if Turlington, Seymour, Crawford and Moss follow suit, we can expect to be seeing them for a few more decades before they retire!
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