What Stephanie Seymour Looks Like Today

Stephanie Seymour was one of the "it" models of the 1980s and '90s along with Cindy Crawford and Naomi Campbell. According to Celebrity Net Worth, the San Diego, California native won an Elite Model Management Look of the Year contest in 1983, and well, the rest is history. From being featured in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Editions, to Victoria's Secret, to Playboy, Seymour has been a working model for decades — in fact, she continues to work well into her fifties. 

As recently as 2006, the ageless beauty appeared in Gap ads with her children, and the following year she modeled for Salvatore Ferragamo. Most recently, the impossibly gorgeous supermodel appeared on the cover of Italian Vogue wearing, well, almost nothing, which she documented on Instagram. Seymour is also one of the faces and bodies of her own lingerie brand, Raven & Sparrow. Needless to say, the sometimes actress looks impossibly young. Is this the result of great genetics? We can't be sure — but some have said Seymour has had a face lift (via New York Magazine).

Stephanie Seymour's looks aren't all people talk about

No matter how Seymour manages to look like she's at least a decade younger than she really is, one thing is for certain: Her successful modeling career has garnered her tons of attention, but perhaps not as much as her personal life. The model's multitude of high-profile relationships were often headline-making. Case in point: Seymour was married to billionaire businessman Peter Brant for 15 years when they took each other to court in a contentious divorce that included accusations of abuse and alcoholism (via The New York Times). Believe it or not, the two ended up reconciling. The famously difficult star has also dated Axl Rose, Warren Beatty, and Charlie Sheen (via Whos Dated Who).

Seymour unfortunately also became infamous for a 2016 DUI incident that saw her reversing her Range Rover on a highway and hitting a street sign (via New York Post). The model previously spent time in a treatment facility for pill addiction, one of the many reasons Page Six said she went from being a "hot model" to being a "hot mess."