We may be a bit bias to declare the '90s as one of the best decades EVER, but there isn't too much to debate for an era that gave us the option to Super Size our fries at McDonald's, Michael Jackson's epic "Remember the Time" video, and of course, supermodels like Cindy Crawford. Born in DeKalb, Illinois, Crawford gained international acclaim with countless magazine covers and fashion campaigns as the face of Versace, Escada and Revlon (do you recall this "Unforgettable" fragrance ad?)
In this 1990 photograph, the catwalk queen-turned-Meaningful Beauty creator channels screen sirens of yesteryear wearing a retro curly hairstyle and sparkly diamond jewelry. Crawford's creamy red lipstick matches the halter dress perfectly. With the right amount of face powder, eyeliner and mascara, her bold brows and famous mole comes through beautifully.
Photo: Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage
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