Models Cheryl Tiegs, Beverly Johnson, Stephanie Seymour and Christie Brinkley joined in for a supermodel reunion on "The Oprah Winfrey Show."
The women all talked about getting started modeling and how hard it is to go through the aging process as a woman. But Cheryl doesn't think it's any harder for a supermodel than it is for anyone else. "I think every woman, maybe every man, looks in the mirror and says, 'Oh my God, there's a wrinkle,'" Cheryl says. "So we're all in the same boat."
The women were all open and honestly shared their thoughts about working the catwalk, their careers and how they feel about aging. These beautiful women were some of the world’s first ever supermodels.
Cheryl Tiegs is best known for her long-running relationship with the Sports Illustrated Swimwear Issue, having appeared on its cover three times. “Just living life, I think, is the key to beauty,” Tiegs has said.
Stephanie Seymour was a Victoria’s Secret model, was featured in two Guns N’ Roses music videos, and maintains a lengthy modeling career.
New York-born Beverly Johnson is famous for being the first ever black woman to be featured on the cover of US Vogue.
Christie Brinkley has graced over 500 covers including several for US Vogue.