Cindy Crawford's daughter Kaia Gerber may be one of the most in-demand models today, but when it comes to walking a runway, the legendary supermodel is proving she's definitely still got it.
Donatella Versace shared an incredible "Flashback Friday" Instagram post from Milan Fashion Week at the end of her show on Friday night. The designer closed the presentation by walking the runway with five iconic supermodels, all outfitted in glittering, golden gowns.
The seemingly ageless all-stars, who rose to fame in the early1990s, included Carla Bruni, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Helena Christensen and Claudia Schiffer.
The five supermodels, who range in age from 47 to 51, proved once and for all that age is nothing but a number.
After debuting a pop art-inspired Spring/Summer collection for 2018 featuring younger models — namely the Hadid sisters and Crawford’s daughter Kaia — the show paused for a very special tribute.
The runway icons emerged from behind a curtain, each clad in slinky, metallic mesh dresses to honor Donatella Versace’s late brother, Gianni Versace, who was murdered 20 years ago.
Donatella, 62, joined the group as they strutted down the runway to George Michael’s hit song "Freedom." Back in the 1990s, both Crawford and Campbell starred in the song's music video. The song also played as the soundtrack to Versace's Fall/Winter runway show in 1991.
The moment marked a milestone in the fashion world as well as in the personal life of the dynamic mother-daughter modeling duo.
While 16-year-old Gerber stunned in the first half of the show, Crawford, 51, proved she's still a modeling force to be reckoned with.
Gerber shared the special moment on Instagram.
"Such an incredible show to be a part of!...An amazing celebration and tribute. So special to me and so close to my heart. I'm beyond grateful to walk alongside all these inspiring and powerful women," Gerber captioned the moment.
Videos from other show attendees have since been viewed hundreds of thousands of times on Instagram.