By  on November 12, 2010

Forget fashion’s youth obsession. Continuing a trend first seen on fall runways,designers used a slew of supermodels of yore on their catwalks. The result wasa cross-generational celebration of beauty, as evidenced by the appearances ofAmber Valletta (36), Carolyn Murphy (37), Stella Tennant (39), Kristen McMenamy(45), Yasmin Le Bon (46) and Inès de la Fressange (53). The new direction is atribute to the aging of the global population. “Sixty is the new 40, and 40 is thenew 30,” says Vasso Petrou, global marketing director of trends and innovation atP&G Beauty. “These women all look supergood and superglamorous. Women cannow look as young as they feel, and with the appearance of these older models,people are celebrating that.”

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