Where did the famous models of the '90s go? You remember their faces: these supermodels graced the covers of fashion magazines around the world and became household names for their one-of-a-kind beauty. Thankfully, given the seemingly neverending supply of fresh faces in the fashion world, there is life after the runway. Where these models ended up may surprise you.
Of course, there were models before the 1990s (Cheryl Tiegs and Twiggy, anyone?). However, in the 1980s and '90s models became more than just pretty, nameless faces in the pages of Vogue. In the '90s, a group of supermodels became just as well-known as any actress or rock star of the day. And most of them used that celebrity to cross over into business ventures, acting careers, and reality television.
The most famous runway models of the 1990s were called “The Big Six": Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer, Kate Moss, and Linda Evangelista. Of course, Heidi Klum, Elle Macpherson, Stephanie Seymour, and Tyra Banks were just as internationally famous. Now that they've left the modeling industry, here's what these gorgeous fashion icons are up to now.