No supermodel, or “anti-supermodel,” took the ‘90s by storm like Kate Moss. With her boyish, waifish figure and striking features, she was a far cry from the other cover girls of the time. The Croydon beauty was discovered at 14-years-old at JFK Airport by Sarah Doukas, the founder of Storm model agency and found instant success covering every fashion magazine and booking international campaigns — none more famous than her controversial Calvin Klein underwear ads, which she starred in at just 18.
Naomi Campbell was discovered at age 15 while studying ballet at the the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts in London. Her pyramid cheekbones, towering physique, and entrancing almond-shaped eyes were unparalleled. She would go on to walk for every famous international fashion house, as well as lead “The Big Six,” group of supermodels with one very unapologetic attitude.