Hottest Models of All-times

A model’s job is to be in the limelight, but models are also people who have gone through a lot of hard work and dedication. It takes talent, perseverance, and self-confidence to become successful. The models on this list all possess these qualities – some models had it easy (for example Tyra Banks) while others models of today are not the models of yesterday. In this article, we will explore 20 models throughout history that have made an impact on the fashion industry. You’ll find models from all around the world and walks of life on this list!

Suzy Parker

Suzy Parker | Pinterest

Parker is among one of the models to skyrocket to fame in the 1950s and 1960s. She was popular as “the first supermodel” by because of her prolific modeling career and iconic style. Suzy modeled for Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue Paris, Esquire magazine ads, and more; she famously posed for the 1955 cover of “Life” magazine.


Iman | Pinterest

She studied at the Chelsea College of Arts in London and left aged 19 with first-class honors for her bachelor’s degree in fine arts. Iman landed modeling work straight out of college, but she had difficulty getting jobs because of discrimination against black models at the time. Iman was the face of the magazine covers around the world and was one of the first to achieve mainstream success.

Iman’s career started with modeling, but she went on to find Iman Cosmetics – which has over 100 products including foundations.

Cindy Crowford

Cindy Crawford | Pinterest

Crawford has become one of the most famous models in history and she has expanded into fitness videos, TV commercials, and clothing lines. – Cindy dropped out of university to pursue a modeling career after being scouted by some agents at age 16. She became successful very quickly when she was featured on six covers in 1987 alone (including Sports Illustrated). In 1989, Cindy’s contract with Calvin Klein made her the highest-paid model in America earning $25 million over five years—she also appeared on 18 international editions during this time period which helped make her the face of modern fashion. Cindy has also been on the cover of Vogue more than any other model at 15 times.

Naomi Campell

Naomi Campbell | Pinterest

She is one of the models who made the world her runway by starring in the cover of Vogue’s September Issue – one of the magazine’s most important issues ever published – as well as walking for Versace and Azzedine Alaia. Campbell became one of six supermodels during the 1990s. Moreover, she was on top of being at “the peak” by some models such as Claudia Schiffer.

Further, Naomi is best known for appearing in many high-end designers’ shows including Dior, Chanel, Givenchy, Valentino, and others. The early years were tough on Naomi with not much success but it all changed when she returned from Parisian fashion shows. Naomi Campbell became an iconic supermodel and a name that will forever be remembered in history books for her achievements.

Claudia Schiffer

Claudia Schiffer | Pinterest

Schiffer is a German model who has been in the industry for over 30 years. Claudia started her career at age 16 and walked for Chanel, D&G, Fendi, and Christian Lacroix to name just a few of her clients. Claudia got her big break when Karl Lagerfeld picked Claudia as his new face of the House of Chanel back in 1995. The following year Claudia appeared on more than 800 magazine covers worldwide. These included Vogue Japan, Italian Vogue, French Elle Magazine among many others. Claudia was popular as one of People’s 50 Most Beautiful People twice (1996-1997). Today she is still modeling with an impressive client list that includes Hugo Boss Black Label and Gap.

Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum | Pinterest

Klum was born in Bergisch Gladbach, Germany on June 25th, 1973 to Erna and Günther Klum. Heidi began modeling at an early age with her best friend’s mother, Claudia Schiffer (a German supermodel). In 1988 she won the Super Model Of The World contest which led to dozens of lucrative contracts for magazines such as Sports Illustrated and Vogue Paris. Heidi Klum became the host and producer of Project Runway in 2004 after retiring from modeling. Heidi is a businesswoman who has launched her own clothing line, House of Heidi: Heidi’s Clothing for Women.

Further, Heidi Klum married singer Seal on May 25th, 2005. Also, she gave birth to their daughter Leni in February 2008. Heidi founded “Heidi’s Children Foundation” which supports cancer research and children with leukemia.

Cara Delevingne

Cara Delvingne | Pinterest

Delevingne is one of the most popular models and actresses in recent years. Cara was born on April 27, 1992, in London with an older brother Christian who Cara says she always looked up to him as a role model and still does today. Cara’s parents are Fiona (mother) and Charles Hamlin-Delevingne (father). Cara has been modeling since the age of six. This was when her mom took her to Paris for castings after seeing potential at school presentations. She signed with Storm Model Management aged 14 before Burberry Acetate designer Christopher Bailey two weeks later where she would then sign exclusively with them until November 2012 when Cara announced that she had parted ways amicably after working there for three years.

Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner | Pinterest

Jenner is a 25-year-old model who has gained fame and notoriety for her family connections. However, Kendall’s not just Paris Hilton with an even more famous last name. Kendall was once best known as the sibling of Kim Kardashian West. This was before she became one of the most successful models in history. Kendall first appeared on Keeping Up With The Kardashians when she was only 11 years old. She was too young to judge by today’s standards. But Kendall didn’t stop there: She continued acting alongside sister Kylie Jenner in various reality show appearances. These shows included “Life Of Kylie” and “The Ringer”. She remains popular to date.

Kate Moss

Kate Moss | Pinterest

She is one of the most recognizable models in history. She first started modeling when she was 14. Kate changed the face of fashion during her heyday. Ever since has been a muse to designers like Alexander McQueen and Jean-Paul Gaultier since her career began. Kate’s iconic 90s looks were inspiring for many women, especially women who wanted to break with what society deemed beautiful at that time loved Kate. Kate didn’t have an hourglass figure or natural blonde hair but she rocked it all the same – from head to toe!

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