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Old Models Are the New Chic

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Models of yore Amber Valletta and Shalom Harlow have reunited in an editorial spread for Vogue's January issue. The feature is titled "Vice Versa," and in it, the 38-year-old women... well, it's unclear exactly what they're doing, but there is a garden, a greenhouse, some ambiguous sexual overtones, and some great styling, courtesy of Tonne Goodman. This is the first time the former supermodels have posed together in more than a decade, begging the question, why now?


The spread comes on the heels of the much ballyhooed Harper's Bazaar cover featuring an all-star team of '90s supermodels: Naomi Campbell, Eva Herzigova, Helena Christensen, Yasmin Le Bon, and Cindy Crawford.

So what's with all the supermodel nostalgia? We guess they really don't make them like they used to.

Duran Duran's "Girl Panic" Video Starring Legendary '90s Supermodels Is Nearly Ten Minutes Long [Racked]
Amber Valletta and Shalom Harlow: Vice Versa [Vogue.com]