She was the rage of social media in 2012 following her body paint covered appearance in SI's swimsuit issue that was shot in Antarctica.
Former Playboy model and actress Lauren Hutton was noted for this imperfection in her mouth.
Swedish model who is commonly called the "world's first supermodel" though the term has been used for Dorian Leigh. Was married to photographer Irving Penn. Once called herself a "good clothes hanger."
Linda Evangelista, who was called "The Trinity" along with Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington once famously said that "We don't wake up for less than (this much money) a day."
When the New England Patriots lost the Super Bowl in 2012, this bombshell indirectly lambasted wide receiver Wes Welker for dropped passes.
The photo shoot of model Veruschka in this 1966 Michelangelo Antonioni classic has been referenced in two Austin Powers' movies.
Edie Sedgwick who was called a "Youthquaker" by Vogue was part of the clique of this icon who called her as one of his superstars.
A towering figure of the world of fashion, this English supermodel is known for her relationships to several high-profile men like Tyson and Robert De Niro. Now hosting the reality show The Face.
Italian model Carla Bruni is connected to politics this way.
3rd wife of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy
Widely credited as being the first African-American supermodel, her appearance on the cover of Ladies' Home Journal was called as "a consummate moment of the Black is Beautiful movement." Was married to Michael Findlay in the days when interracial marriages were the exception.
This creator of the show America's Next Top Model is also the first African-American on the cover of Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue.
The first black model to appear on the cover of American Vogue in 1974 on the cover of Elle in 1975.
Supermodel and astute businesswoman Elle Macpherson has this rather suitable nickname.
Carmen Dell'Orefice who is known to be one of the oldest working models reportedly lost her life savings with no thanks to this man convicted of a Ponzi scheme in 2009.
Cindy Crawford, named the highest paid model on the planet by Forbes in 1995, had this attribute of hers removed from her earlier modeling pictures including her first Vogue cover.
Peggy Moffitt was the model and muse of designer Rudi Hernreich who created this controversial one-piece swimwear - she even posed in an iconic photograph wearing it in 1964.
Iman, one of the first non-white supermodels, was born in this country.
Doe-eyed beauty who is synonymous with the Swinging London scene of the 1960s. Known for her association with photographer David Bailey.
Model of Dinka ethnicity of Sudan, she is credited with changing the perception of beauty in the fashion industry and has been spoken of positively by Oprah Winfrey and actress Lupita Nyong'o.
Dorian Leigh who was one of America's first supermodels is said to be one of the real-life persons behind this character played on screen by Audrey Hepburn.
Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's
Paulina Porizkova who was born in communist Czechoslovakia is not only known for her consecutive appearances on the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue but also for her long-term marriage to this frontman of The Cars.
Known for her resemblance to Brigitte Bardot, this German supermodel was once engaged to magician David Copperfield.
The supermodel Gia Carangi, one of the first celebrities to die from HIV, was played in an acclaimed 1998 television film by this actress.
A longtime endorser of CoverGirl, this rich supermodel is also the ex- of Billy Joel.
Model Jerry Hall is best-known for her 90s marriage to this icon of rock.
The four supermodels Naomi Campbell, Elle Macpherson, Claudia Schiffer, and Christy Turlington founded this restaurant in Manhattan in the 1990s which didn't really take off.
American supermodel best-known for her multiple appearances on the covers of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and for her 1978 "Pink Bikini" poster.
Supermodel Margaux who sadly died at the age of 41 was the face of Faberge's Babe perfume in the 1970s and was the grandchild of this towering literary figure, as her last name indicates.
American supermodel whose last name is also the name of a country appeared on a 1989 cover that was voted "The Greatest Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover Of All Time."
Born Lesley Lawson, she got her best-known name from her thin build. Was named "The Face of 1966" and created a trend of painting lashes under the eyes.
Heidi Klum's hit television series in which contestants compete with each other to create the best clothes.
Following a certain big name, Adriana Lima and Alessandra Ambrosio have continued the trend of recent supermodels emerging from this country.
Brazil (Gisele Bündchen)
The video of this song of George Michael featured ten models - five men and five women - and was inspired by a Vogue magazine cover.
The word "waif" is frequently used to describe this English model who even had a gold statue created in her liking by Marc Quinn.