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February 20, 2014 AT 1:00 AM
Fashion week is underway in Milan, and many models working the runway are probably eager to become cover girls before they lose their youthful beauty. But they’ve got more time than you’d expect. For instance, take a look at Carmen Dell’Orefice, who graced the cover of YOU magazine last summer at the ripe old age of 82. Dell’Orefice was first on the cover of Vogue in 1947. Back then, Harry Truman was in the White House and a gallon of gas cost about 15 cents. Over 65 years later, she’s still strutting her stuff on the runway. Not to be outdone, Christie Brinkley recently appeared in a swimsuit on the cover of People magazine to celebrate her 60th birthday. And 40 year-old Kate Moss has been modeling for over 25 years, but is still one of the industry’s top earners. According to Forbes magazine, she raked in a total of $5.7 million in 2013. On the other end of the spectrum, English model Cara Delevingne has said she may have to cut her career cut short. The 21 year old Delevingne, who has already appeared on the cover of Vogue and W, suffers from psoriasis, which causes patches of red, flaky skin – a nightmare for a fashion model. If Delevingne leaves modeling early, she won’t be the first. Beverly Peele was a supermodel in the late 1980s and early 1990s who appeared on the cover of Mademoiselle at the age of 14. But after becoming a mother, Peele left modeling at the age of 20. The good news for Peele is that she won’t be as old as Carmen Dell’Orefice until the year 2057 – plenty of time to attempt a comeback.