The Original Super Models
Where Are They Now?
The original supermodels’ as they were called knew how to wear it. These women who made their mark on fashion from the end of the 1980s and more-so in the 1990s have all entered their 40s, with many well into the decade. So, what are the ‘original supermodels up to now?
Claudia Schiffer was the youngest of the batch of supermodels involved in the first wave and is now 41. Originally a model for Chanel, Schiffer’s resemblance to Brigette Bardot made her extremely popular and she worked for a number of the large brands from Guess to others.
These days the German born supermodel has gotten married and is with filmmaker of Kickass Matthew Vaughn and has recently given birth to her third child. She still however manages to model part time – something many people after having three children can’t imagine and she is the face of Alberta Ferretti, and works for Chanel and Yves St. Laurent from time to time, so no need for a voucher code there.
Cindy Crawford was the most American of all the supermodels and appeared on hundreds of magazines, was in Pepsi ad campaigns and was part of an MTV Series. he also managed to marry Richard Gere – though only for four years and set up a successful business of her own.
She remarried in 1998 to a business man, launched her own Home Collection business and also got involved in the beauty industry and created a line of moisturizer and anti aging products meaning a transition for model to business woman was complete.
Now 45, Linda who is Canadian born won the Miss Niagara Falls beauty pageant to become a model in 1978. Her most famous moment was when she lost a number of bookings by cutting here hair to a boyish length and got rid of her famed locks. Her ever changing hair style became her trademark and she didn’t do too badly and was the face of Revlon, DKNY, Versace.
Her attitude was also famed and she is the super model who said that she and her friends ‘don’t get out of bed for less than $10,000 a day’ – good work if you can get it.
Evangelista still works in the modelling industry and has done so steadily for the last 20 years or so, she counts Prada, Talbots and John Galliano as among here recent work – not doing badly so.
Australian super model Macpherson, known as ‘The Body’ in the industry, because of the length of her legs has appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated five times and was one of the world’s most prominent models, working for Azzedine Alaia and John Galliano.
She is now most well know around these parts for her part in Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Model. Though, she also has a signature range of lingerie stocked in some of the US’s most renowned stores and a skincare collection call ‘The Body. She also models now and again for a number of prominent designers.
Once the face of Missoni, Valentino, Chanel, Revlon and a number of other of the world’s most famous brands, she is also famed for her appearance in George Michael’s model filled Freedom 90 video.
Turlington’s party life has changed around and she is now a yoga lover and owns a number of active wear brands as well as a number of beauty companies and skin care ranges. She is married to Hollywood director Ed Burns, who she appeared in his film ‘no woman, no cry’ about pregnant women around the world. She also still models and took part in Louis Vuitton’s Fall campaign.
There are no words, this Supermodel breaks the mold…..still working and still fabulous.
So, as can be seen the most beautiful women in the world aren’t doing too badly, in fact many are doing just as well as when they were super models. If you want to equate these beauties, a promo code and a discount code can allow you the chance, especially at stores such as Warehouse. Though we can’t all have super models lifestyles we can all look great with such codes.
Author: Richard Nick