Gone are the days when they only want you when you’re seventeen. 90s supermodels like Shalom Harlow, Linda Evangelista, and Naomi Campbell (not to mention La Moss) are still at the top of their game. But what about the rest of them? Those waifish former cover girls whose faces plastered our teenaged walls? We took a trip down the corridors of glossies past to pull out the models we’d most like to see make a comeback.
Once the off-kilter girl in the sparest early Miu Miu images, Rosemary Ferguson is now a naturopathic nutritionist, art-world wife to Jake Chapman, and mother of three (her daughters were Kate Moss’s flower girls, chic-ness). Sharing a NY flat with David Sims, Guido Palau, and Emma Balfour, Rosemary was an it-girl of the nineties, serving as muse to Corinne Day and starring on covers of The Face, Vogue, and, naturally, i-D. With a steady diet of kale and supplements from her health food shop, Rosemary is totally still ready for her close-up.