Elle Macpherson
 
 

Christie Brinkley

Christie Hudson
Born: 2 February 1954

American supermodel appearing on three consecutive Sports Illustrated covers in the 1980's. Featuring in several of her now ex-husband's (Billy Joel) music videos, most notably "Uptown Girl".


Agyness Deyn Laura Hollins
Born: 16 February 1983
Manchester, UK

Agyness changed her name after consultation with a numerology friend of her mother.


Fabio Fabio Lanzoni
Born: 15 March 1961

Actor and now Margarine Spokesperson ("I Can't Believe It's Not Butter"), Started out as a model that artists portray on the cover of romantic "Mills and Boon" style novels. Most recently hit the news when a goose flew into him on a roller-coaster ride, hitting him in the nose, he required plastic surgery.


Iman Iman Abdulmajid
Born: 25 July 1955
Mogadishu, Somalia

Model. Best known as a high fashion model who is now married to rock innovator David Bowie.


Elle MacPherson Eleanor Gow
Born: 29 March 1964
Sydney, Australia

Began acting in movies "Sirens" with Sam Neill and a small part in "Batman and Robin", although she is best known as one of the most acclaimed models of the 1990s.


Anna Nicole Smith Vicky Lynn Hogan
Born: 28 November 1967
Houston, Texas
Died: 8 February 2007
Hollywood, Florida

Model, Celebrity, Playboy Playmate of the Year 1993. Best known as the model who married the really, really old billionaire oil tycoon. Died in mysterious circumstances.


Twiggy Lesley Hornby
Born: 19 September, 1949
Neasden, England

The most famous model in the world during the '60s. The first teenager to become a supermodel, she is still one of the most recognised names in the fashion world. Discovered by Justin de Villeneuve who was to become her manager and mentor. With measurements of 31-22-32 and weighing in at only 90 pounds, yet standing 5'6" tall, Twiggy represented a bold departure from the softer, rounder shapes of the '50s and early '60s.


Verushka Countess von Lehnforff-Steinort
East Prussia

One of the very original "super" models standing 6'1" tall. Very successful in the 1960s and 1970s.