PARIS — To paraphrase Douglas MacArthur, old supermodels never die, they just fade away for a while. And then they come back again.
Although celebrities have hijacked hordes of fashion ads in recent years, Nineties-era supermodels — displaying formidable powers of longevity — have returned with a vengeance in many of fall's fashion campaigns.
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