Cindy Crawford has been a fashion icon since she graced our TV sets on MTV's legendary '90s hit "House Of Style." The supermodel won us over with her midwestern charm, her fondness for Pepsi and of course, that mole.
The statuesque beauty was one of the supermodels that dominated the runways and the pages of glossies back in the '90s. Furthermore, the Illinois native was one of a select group of models that appeared in George Michael's seminal hit "Freedom 90," alongside Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington and Naomi Campbell. Crawford left her runway days behind in 2000, but continued to be involved in the cosmetics industry by creating a line of beauty products called Meaningful Beauty.
Crawford remains a fixture in the style world, most recently thanks to her gorgeous offspring (her daughter Kaia starred in a recent Young Versace campaign). When it comes to aging gracefully in an industry that places so much value on image, Crawford had this to say:
You start out happy that you have no hips or boobs. All of a sudden you have them, and it just feels sloppy. Then, just when you start liking them, they start drooping.
As Mrs. Rande Gerber turns 47 (on Feb.20) we are taking a look back at 47 of her most fabulous looks.
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