No one before or since had made a facial mole such a beautiful feature, and Cindy Crawford and her famous mole graced more magazines than anyone else in the world, boasting over 600 covers during her supermodel peak years throughout the 1990s. With her unique All-American look in a sea of exotic-looking Naomi Campbell's, Linda Evangelista's and Christy Turlington's, she stood out from the pack. It did not hurt that her effervescent personality translated effectively to the small screen, most especially when hosting the then popular MTV program, "House of Style." Her personal life transfixed the public, most especially her romance with Hollywood leading man, Richard Gere. In fact, of all her supermodel peers, Crawford continued to fascinate and work consistently past the usual retirement years of her 30s - without having cocaine arrests or assault charges keeping her in the news.