More Love For '90s Models On The Cover of 'Vogue' Turkey

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What a nice way to start the week.
SO GOOD. Photo: 'Vogue' Turkey

SO GOOD. Photo: 'Vogue' Turkey

You wouldn't believe how much cheekbone is happening on the cover of Vogue Turkey right now.

After a glorious September in which Vogue Italia, Korea, Japan and U.S. all chose large groups of supermodels for their cover stars, the Turkish branch of the magazine has gone and cast Naomi Campbell, Eva Herzigová and Claudia Schiffer to lead its November issue. The three, who are all in their early 40s, also appeared on the multi-generational cover of Vogue Japan's September issue along with faces like Linda Evangelista, Maggie Rizer and Natasha Poly.

While Steven Meisel gave the Vogue Italia cover a blurry, sepia look and Vogue Japan's take focused on futuristic styling, this one is all about the women's natural beauty contrasted against matching black turtlenecks, much like when Peter Lindbergh shot them in the '90s. And my God. They just look so damn good. 

We recommend you take a trip over to Fashion Gone Rogue to peep the full editorial. If you happen to discover the secrets to their flawlessness while you're over there, please come back and tell us what you found in the comments.