''She has this childlike, womanlike thing," designer Calvin Klein told People of the face of his brand. ''And it's very real and modern when a woman's hair looks a little dirty, when it sticks together a little."
With a bag line, fragrances and countless lucrative modeling contracts, clearly, it's Kate Moss's world and we're just living in it. Discovered in an airport in 1988, the British beauty quickly ascended to being the face of Calvin Klein and a waif-like symbol of the '90s. Now 38-years-old and still fronting campaigns for Longchamp and Mango, Moss has proven that she has staying power. "Kate is timeless," Calvin Klein creative director Francisco Costa has said. "She was gorgeous when Calvin first used her, and she's even more gorgeous now."