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The 21 Top Supermodels That Dominated Fashion in the '90s
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From '80s powerhouses like Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell, and Cindy Crawford to newcomers like Kate Moss, Alek Wek, and Jenny Shimizu, these diverse beauties superseded the close, esoteric confines, stepping off the runway and onto the global stage. A quote from Evangelista describes their ascendancy best. Ahead, we've rounded up the top names that made bank, attracted headlines, and fully exemplified '90s supermodels with a capital S. Heralded as the ultimate chameleon, the Canadian supermodel went through the '90s changing her hairstyle and garnering headlines for doing so. From a black pixie cut to bright red bob to a platinum-blonde coif, Evangelista's looks season after season captured the attention of myriad designers, who made her the face of campaigns and the center piece of runway shows.
Victoria's Secret says goodbye to Angels in attempt to redefine 'sexy'
According to Maxim , she is 'hands-down the hottest member of the "Instagirl" sisterhood. A designer's favourite, Bella has a fondness for risque silhouettes and has featured in almost every mag cover. Aussie supermodel.
The VS Collective includes women famous for their achievements and not their proportions, like the soccer star and gender equality advocate Megan Rapinoe. Ryan Pfluger. By Sapna Maheshwari and Vanessa Friedman.