Alexis, Johnson, and Alt. (Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)
Three decades after they became catwalk queens, supermodels Kim Alexis, Beverly Johnson, and Carol Alt have proven that real beauty is timeless.
The '80s cover stars attended the New York premiere of the HBO documentary "About Face: Supermodels Then And Now" on Tuesday and were just as gorgeous in their 50s as they were in their 20s.
Alexis, Johnson, and Alt in their heydays. (Getty Images, Vogue, Sports Illustrated)
Johnson, who wore a sparkly sheer black frock and is the oldest of the trio at 59, made history in 1974 when she became the first black model to appear on the cover of Vogue. She now stars on the OWN reality series "Beverly's Full House," which revolves around her relationship with her daughter, a plus-size model.
Fellow New York native Carol Alt, 51, showed off her enviable figure at the premiere in a silk coral dress. Dubbed "the face" by Life magazine, she launched to fame in 1982 after appearing on the cover of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue in a red one-piece.
"I was called the most beautiful woman in the world, and it meant nothing to me because I was so miserable and hungry," she has told People in the past.
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But she looked a lot happier at the premiere and has now moved beyond modeling. In 2008, Alt founded a skin care line, Raw Essentials, and last year she launched a jewelry collection called True Harmony.
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Also at the event was blond beauty Kim Alexis, who defied her 52 years in a form-fitting sparkly blue one-shouldered gown. Now married to retired Canadian hockey player Ron Duguay, she hit it big in 1983 when she took over Revlon's Ultima II campaign from Lauren Hutton.