Because who really ever got over them anyway?

Words by

Brittany Stewart

There are not many people who can say that Claudia Schiffer, Linda Evangelista and Naomi Campbell attended their 15th birthday, so big congrats (and major jealous feels) to Vogue Japan.

To celebrate its 15th anniversary, the magazine called on five of the biggest ‘90s supermodels to reunite for their September 2014 issue. The feature includes 15 models (one for each year) that move on from the original supermodels to the next generation, including Saskia de Brauw, Tao Okamoto and Natasha Poly. 

Claudia, Linda, Naomi, Nadja and Stephanie, dressed in navy turtlenecks, appear on the cover (where else?) looking knowingly as if to say, “Yes, we’ve still got it”.

Sorry, Cara who?



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