The gals are now all in their late 40s and 50s and honestly, they look as gorgeous as they did all those years ago as the original Golden Girls. Have more questions? They'll likely all be answered on Ryan Murphy's upcoming series, American Crime Story: Versace.
But the most time-bending moment might have been the runway show's finale.
Nearly a generation has grown up since Gianni Versace's designs last paraded the catwalk in July 1997.
Carla Bruni, Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford and Helena Christensen appeared draped in gold gowns slightly reminiscent of the rose gold Versace stunner Michelle Obama wore for a state dinner with Italy in October 2016. "Imagine a world without his risk-taking, his innovative genius, and above all his allegiance to women".
"Such an incredible show to be a part of!.An fantastic celebration and tribute".
They walked to the tune of George Michael's "Freedom" which was also a throwback to Gianni's 1991 show where the supers walked while George Michael sat front row.
Pass a gaudily-decorated '90s handkerchief, please.
Cindy's daughter Kaia Gerber, Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Bella Hadid, Candice Swanepoel and Doutzen Kroes all strutted during the Versace show as well.
But really, the supermodel legends stole the show.
We can see why - they are fashion icons, after all.
"We pay homage to not only (Gianni's) artistic genius but to who he was as a man, and above all, as my brother", Donatella wrote in the Versace Spring/Summer 2018 collection notes, according to Sky News. The emergence of the latest generation of fashion stars, after a decade or so of giving the limelight to actresses, has ignited a deep nostalgia for the original runway doyennes. It was truly a night of legends - and legends in the making.