From Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford to Claudia Schiffer and Beverly Johnson, former supermodels are still turning heads. Hollywood, celebrity news, Hollywood, celebrity news, Hollywood, celebrity news,
We all have goals in life. Maybe it’s to complete something physically demanding, like climbing a tall mountain or running a distance race. Maybe it’s to earn a certain educational degree or land a dream job. It could be to travel the world. Or, possibly, you just want to look as good in your fifties and sixties as you did in your twenties and thirties (we all want that).
We can’t help with most of this, but the good news is that there are dozens of women out there right now living their best, most beautiful lives well into their fifties and beyond. Sure, they might be retired supermodels so they had an edge from the start, but they are giving us serious aging (or age-defying) goals.
From Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford to Claudia Schiffer and Beverly Johnson, former supermodels are still turning heads. They made their mark in the industry years ago and continue to make strides as idols to newcomers like Adriana Lima and Gigi Hadid. Here, we take a peek at twenty leading ladies that have given up the runway but don’t look one day past their prime.
Now excuse us as we go apply more eye cream.
1. Gisele Bundchen: Quarterback Of The Industry
We have many reasons to be jealous of Gisele Bundchen, most notably that she was discovered while eating at a McDonald’s with her sisters and we can’t understand why that never happened to us. Also, according to Athlon Sports, she has an obsession with doughnuts but still manages to stay slender.
Jealousy aside, we’ve been smitten with Gisele since she first appeared at Alexander McQueen’s London show in 1998.
According to Boston, there was a lot of skepticism about this new Brazilian girl with the “large” nose that insisted on walking like a horse (raising her knees and kicking her feet out in front of her). But Gisele was ready to make a name for herself. When she stepped out with Leonardo DiCaprio in 2000 (whom she dated for five years), everyone realized she wasn’t going to be shy about fame. Also, that “horse walk” became her signature move and has been copied by other models for decades.
At the time of her retirement in 2015, she was the highest paid model in the world. Her contributions to the industry were vast with Mashable crediting her as “Queen of the Catwalk”. Now, we can find Gisele (fashionably) cheering on New England Patriots quarterback husband, Tom Brady.