Digging through the archives of Gianni Versace‘s work at his eponymous brand, which he founded in 1978, one might find a caption describing the late designer as the “toast of Paris, Miami, and New York.” But really, no matter where he showed—and his destinations also included Los Angeles and Milan—the late Versace designer’s work inevitably made a statement, thanks in no small part to Versace’s close relationships with the supermodels of the day. Among his inner circle were models like Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Helena Christensen, Cindy Crawford, and Carla Bruni—a coterie who, in the wake of Versace’s murder in 1997, have remained loyal to his younger sister Donatella Versace, as she took over the storied house. It was this group of five supermodels who walked in Versace’s Spring 2018 show, a glorious, moving homage to her late brother on the 20th anniversary of his death. The show was filled with motifs and silhouettes pulled straight out of the Versace archive, albeit with a distinctly Donatella update. Here, take a fabulous trip down memory lane and see the original looks on the biggest supermodels of the time.