Time and time again backstage at the Fall 2015 shows, hairstylists and makeup artists referenced the nineties as their inspiration for the beauty looks they were sending down the runway. Thankfully, lipliner and hard-to-wear shades of brown were nowhere to be found; instead it was all matte skin, brick-red lips and unstyled hair with cool, tomboyish charm. In honor of the decade, we're looking back at the iconic supermodels, actresses and singers who have come to represent it.
Blonde hair, blue eyes and the brightest smile made Schiffer the ultimate model-next-door.
The Brit singlehandedly changed the modeling world when she came on the scene in the early '90s with a waifish frame and completely different look.
The No Doubt singer has given up the club kid hairstyles and ultrathin brows while staying true to her signature platinum color and bright red lipstick.
Each time Campbell comes back to close a show, we're reminded why she's been the reigning queen of the runway since the '80s.
Dubbed "The Body," Macpherson frequented the pages of Sports Illustrated, Playboy and just about every high fashion magazine during her time.
Ryder was a sort of manic pixie dream girl for the grungey, goth set during the decade in which she dated Johnny Depp, starred in a series of cult hits and had the coolest cut around.
A black wig and dark lipstick transformed the actress for her breakout role in 1994's Pulp Fiction.
Things haven't changed much since the Friends days, when Aniston had the haircut just about every woman in America wanted.
The supermodel balanced out the heroin chic trend of the '90s with her athletic build, bronze tan and major blowout.
Banks's curves and sultry smize made her one of the most memorable Victoria's Secret Angels.
Proof that the actress is totally qualified to dole out beauty advice on goop: She's managed to keep her skin just as flawless and her hair just as effortless as it was 20 years ago.
Barrymore was the '90s wild child—with a bit of flower power thrown in.
The beloved princess of the people exuded style and grace.
Beckham has only gotten chicer since her stint as Posh Spice, where her razor-sharp cut and skintight clothes made her the most intimidating of the group.
Basic Instinct secured Stone's reputation as an icy, blonde bad girl.
This was the decade in which Moore proved herself to be one of the only women who looks just as stunning with long hair as she does with a shaved head.
The bombshell took the Farrah Fawcett model of California girl beauty—blonde waves, a tan and a red swimsuit—and sexed it way up.
Big hair, heavy makeup and overt sexuality were the Queen of Pop's '90s staples.