The 80s supermodels are not aging – think Cindy Crawford and Christy Turlington.
And on Tuesday, Kelly Emberg, 62, and Beverly Johnson, 69, proved they still look fantastic as well as they posed for the cover of GenLux magazine’s ‘Age Is Just A Number’ issue.
The beauties wore the same white-and-yellow Halston halter dresses as they posed on a beach in Malibu.
Still amazing: , Kelly Emberg, 62, and Beverly Johnson, 69, proved they still look fantastic as well as they posed for the cover of GenLux magazine’s ‘Age Is Just A Number’ issue
‘I am so honored and proud to be on the cover of this Genlux May/June issue with my good friend Beverly,’ said Kelly on Instagram.
‘A beautiful person inside and out! The talented Marc Baptiste was is the photographer!’ she added as she thanked her hair stylist and makeup artist.
‘Thanks Stephen Kamifuji for pulling the shoot all together! I always love working with you!’
Tops gal: Texas native Emberg appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue as well as the covers of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. Seen in 1987
80s chic: The blonde bombshell seen at the premier of Shoot To Kill in 1988
And Beverly said thanks too: ‘Thank you Stephen Kamafugi owner & founder of GenLux magazine!! Fabulous Cover shot in Malibu with my bestie Supermodel beauty Kelly.’
These two stars were the biggest models of the 1980s, often appearing at fashion shows, on magazine covers, and is massive ad campaigns.
In other words, they were the Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid of their day.
Texas native Emberg appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue as well as the covers of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.
And she was also in advertisements for Cover Girl cosmetics, Napier Jewelry and Calvin Klein.
Emberg also had a famous relationship: she dated rocker Rod Stewart with whom she has daughter Ruby Stewart, 34.
Trailblazer: New York native Beverly came to fame when she became the first African-American model to appear on the cover of American Vogue in August 1974. Seen in the 1980s in Halston
The gold sash! Johnson modeled a blazer with no shirt and a very 80s metallic leather knotted belt that was all the rage then
New York native Beverly came to fame when she became the first African-American model to appear on the cover of American Vogue in August 1974.
In 1975, Johnson became the first black woman to appear on the cover of the French edition of Elle.
She has starred on the TV show Beverly’s Full House and appeared on Ashanti.
The star was married twice: to Danny Sims from 1977 until 1979 and to Billy Potter from 1971 until 1974. She also dated Sex And The City star Chris Noth in 1990 and 1995.
Last year Johnson accused Noth of ‘beating her’, ‘making death threats’ against her, and ‘threatening to disfigure her’ in 1995 court documents, a resurfaced newspaper article has revealed.
The article – which was originally published in The National Enquirer – was posted on Instagram account Diet Prada after the Sex and the City star was accused of rape and sexual assault by two women in a bombshell report in The Hollywood Reporter.
According to the article, Johnson alleged that Noth ‘beat her’ during their relationship, and that he also made death threats against her while phoning her ‘up to 25 times a day’, threatened to disfigure her, and even ‘vowed to kill her dog’.
The publication reported at the time that ‘Beverly told a pal’: ‘I’ve never been so frightened in my life. I just can’t believe that someone who had once been so tender and sweet could turn into this raging wild man.’
Johnson also reportedly tried to get a restraining order against Noth, who was starring in the role of Detective Mike Logan on popular crime show Law & Order at the time – and strongly denied the accusations made against him by the model.
No criminal charges were ever filed against Noth – who has vehemently denied the new accusations that he raped two women in 2004 and 2015, respectively. The Sex and the City star did however admit to having ‘consensual encounters’ with both women in a statement given to THR.
Bad past: Chris Noth’s supermodel ex Johnson accused him of ‘beating her’, making ‘death threats’ against her, and ‘threatening to disfigure her’ in 1995, a resurfaced article claims