Touting an almost “silver anniversary” of sorts, Naomi Campbell shared a photo with her 3.6 million Instagram followers, confirming the 46-year old supermodel absolutely does not age.

Posting a back-to-back split photo, with one image taken in 1992 and the other current from 2017, it’s nearly impossible to notice a difference despite a true 24 years time between the two images.

#mood : #then and Now @gap ❤👊🏾#regram @tytryone #stevenmeisel

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A regram from stylist Ty Hunter, Cambell wears a white t-shirt and jean shorts, both by The Gap. The images reference a limited-edition collection from the retailer, a reissue of 90s looks, available 2/7/2017 at select GAP stores and via

Campbell reminisces on the original photoshoot, sharing the early GAP ad taken by photographer Steven Meisel in 1992. “My first Gap campaign was nerve racking, I couldn’t sleep the night before. It was one of the first jobs where I shot as myself, not shot as a character. Its amazing to be part of a Gap campaign again #24 years later wearing same outfit #TheArchiveReissue”

Photographer Doug Segars shot the 2017 version, with a stunning Campbell styled to match the original ad.

Included in the complete Gap campaign are a bevy of celebrated style stars, including Elizabeth Jagger, Rumer Willis, Chelsea Tyler, and Evan Ross, amongst others.

Willis models a denim jacket from the collection, which she pairs with a white button tank top and jeans, asking “How you gonna show off your jean jacket?”

How you gonna show off your jean jacket? #TheArchiveReissue @Gap Limited edition out 2/7!

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Tyler knots a black tank, paired with light wash denim jeans, noting “Bringin back all the goodies and then some.”

Bringin back all the goodies and then some 😏 yes please @Gap #TheArchiveReissue #90s #goodness 🌹🌹🌹

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Ross shares a video, stating “I feel like Gap can transcend all eras and it still feels relevant, it looks like what we would be wearing right now and the cusp of what we would be doing right now #TheArchiveReissue”

See Campbell in motion, as she claps a production slate, ordering “Generation Gap, Take 1” and states “It was very cool, very easy, but yet had a slight edge, and it was all about personality.” Like the supermodel herself.