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THEN: Janice Dickinson

After winning a modeling competition as a teen, Dickinson headed to N.Y.C. in the '70s to chase her dreams of stardom. By 1978, she earned a whopping 00 a day (about 00 today, adjusting for inflation), and appeared on several Vogue covers throughout her lengthy career.

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NOW: Janice Dickinson

As the self-proclaimed "world's first supermodel," the 60-year-old has maintained a high profile in the fashion industry, appearing for several seasons on Tyra Banks' hit reality show America's Next Top Model. She's also , and most recently appeared on VH1's Couples Therapy.

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THEN: Beverly Johnson

As the first African-American model to appear on the cover of American Vogue in 1974, Beverly Johnson paved the way for models of color in the fashion industry. Prior to Johnson arriving on the scene, black models were rarely seen in fashion — after her Vogue cover, though, designers began casting models of color.

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NOW: Beverly Johnson

Still unbelievably stunning, Johnson, 63, has now written a book on modeling called Beverly Johnson's Guide to a Life of Health and Beauty. She also served as a celebrity judge on The Face, a reality show where contestants compete for a modeling contract. Johnson also launched a successful .

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THEN: Lauren Hutton

Appearing on the cover of Vogue a , the American model was initially encouraged to conceal the slight gap between her two front teeth. Thankfully, she didn't listen, as this "imperfection" later became one of her most distinguishable — and beloved — features.

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NOW: Lauren Hutton

Now 71, Hutton still has that fantastic gap and gorgeous grin. She now has a memoir in the works tentatively titled Smile, so stayed tuned to hear the model tell her story in her own words.

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THEN: Iman

The Somali-born supermodel's tall, lithe figure and striking bone structure made her a massive hit in the fashion world from the mid-1970s onward.

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NOW: Iman

As one may have guessed, Iman is just as beautiful now as she was when she was younger. But at 60, she's turned her attention to Iman Cosmetics, a makeup brand she founded in 1994 that offers women of color makeup in their skin tones. She's also been married to musician David Bowie since 1992, and the couple have a 15-year-old daughter, Alexandria.

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THEN: Elle MacPherson

As a five-time Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girl, MacPherson was given the nickname "The Body," solidifying her place as one of the most sought-after models in the '80s.

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NOW: Elle MacPherson

Moving on from being a cover girl into a more mentoring role, MacPherson now hosts NBC's Fashion Star, where 14 amateur designers get the chance to launch collections from major retailers. The 6' foot former supermodel is also mom to two boys.

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THEN: Brooke Shields

At just 14 years old, the child actor became Vogue's youngest cover model in 1980, launching her fashion career and making her one of the world's most recognizable faces.

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NOW: Brooke Shields

Shields has enjoyed continuous success from the '80s onward, appearing in countless television shows and films. Since 2001, Shields has been married to screenwriter Chris Henchy, with whom she has two children.

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THEN: Naomi Campbell

The English model was one of the most sought-after — and most notorious — supermodels of the '80s and '90s, making history as British Vogue's first black cover model in over two decades in 1987. Campbell was part of the original model "Trinity" with Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista, which eventually became the with the additions of Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer, and Kate Moss.

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NOW: Naomi Campbell

Despite nearly 30 years passing since she began her career, Campbell, now 45, looks nearly the exact same as she did in her early 20s. Serving as a coach on reality competition The Face, Campbell passes on her knowledge of the ins and outs of the fashion world to fresh new wannabe models.

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THEN: Kate Moss

Could any list of supermodels be complete without a mention of the owner of these cheekbones? At just 14 years old, Moss was discovered in 1988 by a modeling agent who turned her waifish figure and "heroin chic" look into a fashion movement. She joined Campbell and others in the "Big Five" group of supermodels, growing it to the "Big Six."

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NOW: Kate Moss

Having now appeared on the cover of British Vogue a whopping 30 times — and that's not even counting all the international editions! — Moss, now 41, has moved to other fashion pursuits. She's tried her hand at designing, collaborating with multiple brands including Topshop and Longchamp. She's also mom to daughter Lila Grace, 13.

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THEN: Christy Turlington

Starting her modeling career in her early teens, Turlington quickly became one of the industry's favorites during the '90s, appearing in countless ad campaigns and fashion shows.

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NOW: Christy Turlington

Now a prominent celebrity humanitarian, Turlington has focused her attentions on advocating for maternal health all over the world, making her directorial debut with a documentary on the subject called No Woman, No Cry. She's also married to actor/director (and hunk!) Edward Burns, and the couple have two children: Finn and Grace.

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THEN: Cindy Crawford

After winning Elite Model Management's "Look of the Year" contest in 1982, Crawford became one of the '80s and '90s biggest models.

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NOW: Cindy Crawford

Today, Crawford's legacy continues — after all, who else can you name whose tiny birthmark has become ubiquitous with their name? At nearly 50 years old, the model is still booking campaigns and TV roles, recently appearing on the cover of Vogue Mexico and in ABC's sitcom Cougar Town. Now married to nightclub mogul Rande Gerber, she's also mom to daughter Kaia and son Presley, who .

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THEN: Linda Evangelista

The Canadian supermodel (and muse of famed photographer Steven Miesel) got her start when she appeared in the Miss Teen Niagara beauty pageant, sparking interest from a modeling representative. As part of the elite "Big Six," she coined the phrase, "We don't wake up for less than ,000 a day" while describing her and Turlington's work habits.

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NOW: Linda Evangelista

Throughout her long career, Evangelista constantly reinvented herself, earning the nickname of fashion's "chameleon" for her ever-changing hairstyles. Now 50, Evangelista publicly advocates for HIV/AIDS research, as well as breast cancer awareness. She's also mom to 9-year-old son, Augustin.

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THEN: Tyra Banks

Born in California, this stunning beauty walked every major runway and appeared on every major cover in the late '80s and '90s. Banks also appeared in several iconic music videos, including Michael Jackson's "Black or White."

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NOW: Tyra Banks

One of the most successful models of them all, Banks has gone on to host the massively successful reality competition America's Next Top Models, which ran for a remarkable 22 seasons, as well as her own talk show from 2005 to 2010. She's also been a rare case of crossover success, having acted on hit shows like Gossip Girl and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

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THEN: Claudia Schiffer

This 5'11" German beauty became a household name in the early '90s when she suddenly became one of the most-cast models of the decade, including the covers of British Vogue, Playboy, and Vanity Fair.

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NOW: Claudia Schiffer

Having appeared on more than 1000 magazine covers, Schiffer is one of the industry's most prolific models ever. Since 2002, she has been married to director Matthew Vaughn, with whom she has three children.

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