7 ‘House Of Style’ Babes That Made Us Men

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MTV’s groundbreaking ’90s show “House Of Style” is about to be back in a big way, thanks to our pals at MTV Style. Why should you care? Supermodels, that’s why.

Before the series, the closest thing to “bringing fashion to the masses” was telling them all to go fight over the clearance rack at Marshall’s. This may not matter for you, but it mattered to the girls you were staring at. And the show also brought supermodels into the mainstream. Sure, supermodels had been around since the ’80s, but it wasn’t until Cindy Crawford, Rebecca Romijn and other mega-babes graced the MTV screen that we saw their normal side, allowing us to delude ourselves into thinking we could nab one someday.

In those days, there was no Internet, so where else could we get behind-the-scenes footage of a Cindy Crawford calendar shoot?  Well now, it’s come full circle. The “House Of Style” collection has a huge archive of old footage online, and you can watch stuff like that Cindy shoot, just like in the old days when you had to quickly change the channel when your parents walked in.

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To honor the archive’s launch, here are seven HOF “HOS” babes that made us men.

Cindy Crawford

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Gotta start with the original host, and owner of the world’s most lusted-after mole.

Rebecca Romijn

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Before she was Mystique in the “X-Men” movies, she was the host that brought the show into the new millennium.

Molly Sims

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What’s the equivalent of hipsterism when it comes to horny teens? Probably this: “Have you seen this girl Molly Sims in the SI Swimsuit Issue?” “Oh, her? Yeah, I’ve been fantasizing about her since she was on ‘House of Style’ in 2000.”

Daisy Fuentes

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MTV’s utility infielder did her share of “HOS” hosting duties.

Helena Christensen

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Forever a legend for her part in Chris Isaak‘s “Wicked Game” video. Find out how that bastard got her for the role below.

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Amber Valletta

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Even a hometown girl from Oklahoma can rise to the elite modeling ranks. Moral of the story: be nice to every girl you know. She could be in the League of Beautiful Women someday.

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Shalom Harlow

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“Shalom” can mean “hello,” “goodbye,” or “peace.” Or in this case, “shwing” (remember, it was the ’90s).

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