Think of the term 'supermodel' and who comes to mind?
Cindy Crawford? Linda Evangelista? Naomi Campbell? This trio with a handful of other equally long-limbed, big-haired beauties dominated the catwalks and magazines of the 1990s.
But before the glamourous 'supers' became globally recognised household names, five of them featured together on a British Vogue magazine cover, shot by legendary fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh in January 1990.
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As news broke yesterday of the death of Tatjana Patitz, the lesser known face in that iconic Vogue ensemble, we look back at her life and the lives of her fellow cover stars, exactly 33 years after the photo's publication.
In an obituary on British Vogue, Tatjana Patitz, who reportedly died from metastatic breast cancer aged 56, is described by author Laird Borrelli-Persson as the 'quietest and most intense' of the original supermodels.
She loved riding horses and the outdoors and spent most of her adult life in California to be close to her family, animals, and nature.