Supermodels from the 1990s were arguably the epitome of beauty. Guys wanted to be with them, and girls wanted to be just like them. It’s been over two decades since the ‘90s came to a close, so we wonder: what are supermodels from the ‘90s doing today? Are they still at the top of their modeling game, or did they lose all their fortune and fame over time?
Amber Valletta Then
Amber Valetta enrolled in modeling school at the suggestion of her mother. It didn’t take long for the teen, and for modeling agencies, to discover that she would have a successful career in the competitive world of modeling. When she turned 18, Amber was featured on the front cover of American Vogue and would repeat it a dozen more times throughout the 1990s.
She attained supermodel status when she became the face of high-class designer brands, including Armani and Louis Vuitton. Amber would also land multi-million-dollar deals with cosmetic brands with Elizabeth Arden. Amber became one of the “modern muses” after she was featured on the November 1999 cover of American Vogue.