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Naomi Campbell has morphed into the First Lady for a dramatic new spread in W magazine.
There’s a secret part of us that loves Naomi Cambell when she’s at her tantrum-throwing worst — but there’s no denying that she’s totally endearing when at her best. Case-in-point her appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in 1996.
“I’m saying the act of not choosing models of colour is racist. We are not calling them racist, we are saying the act is racist,” told Channel 4 News.
Novak Djokovic proves that there’s no use for sulking following a Wimbledon loss, and that sponsoring a gala dinner, inviting a slew of A-list cronies, and letting the champagne flow is a better way to go.
Now there’s a recipe for disaster if there ever was one. Isn’t modeling rule number one that you do NOT cross Naomi Campbell?
Forget champagne — Vogue Brazil knows how real anniversaries are celebrated. With supermodels! For their 36th, they put a naked, bum-baring Kate Moss on their cover, and this year, for lucky number 38, they had Naomi Campbell don a blonde wig and strike some of her fiercest poses.
It’s Victoria Beckham’s 39th birthday today! And oh how far she’s come. To celebrate her big day, we’re taking a look back at her modeling days, although this time we’re not going all the way back to her cheesy teenage glamour shots, but to 2003, when she donned satin jackets and booty shorts in a campaign for Jay-Z’s label, Rocawear. Needless to say, they’re pretty great — AND one of them co-stars an Afro-sporting Naomi Campbell!
Today marks the 40th anniversary of the first-ever mobile phone conversation, and boy, have we come a looong way since 1973. To celebrate, we’re taking a look back at major fashion moments that would have gone unnoticed were it not for the invention of the cellphone.
We love us a good tongue-in-chic, insider-y fashion slogan — just ask our “Giraunchy” tee. And now we have a whole new set to choose from thanks to Kate Rushing, whose blog Foudre is responsible for a whole lot of the gorgeousness we see on our Tumblr Dashboards every day.
Long before she was making wannabe models (and her fellow coaches) quiver in their stilettos on her reality show The Face, Naomi Campbell was gracing our small screens in a far less imposing role: in a three-episode run as Julia on The Cosby Show in 1988.
Numéro Russia has released the cover of its debut issue, and supermodel Naomi Campbell gets the top honor of fronting it.
While it may be true that all of the biggest stories of the night happened at the Academy Awards ceremony (and, ok, on the red carpet beforehand), we’ve always been partial to a good after party ourselves, and yesterday’s annual Vanity Fair bash may hold the honor of being the most star-studded of them all.
Naomi Campbell‘s modeling competition show, The Face, made its genetically blessed debut on Oxygen last night and while we had no shortage of expectations, Ms. Campbell managed to exceed every single one of them by throwing a temper tantrum on the very first episode.
As coach of the new series “The Face,” supermodel Coco Rocha has imparted some hard-earned wisdom to her team of wannabe fashion models. Apparently, a thick skin and a healthy dose of quirkiness are must-haves.
Even over the phone, Naomi Campbell is quite the imposing presence. So we discovered earlier this week when the supermodel hosted a conference call to promote her new reality television show, The Face, which premieres next Tuesday on Oxygen. We hopped on the line with Campbell, a handful of other rapt journalists, and executive producer Eden Gaha to learn about Naomi’s small screen debut, her relationship with fellow model coaches Karolina Kurkova and Coco Rocha, her advice for aspiring models, and what she thinks about diversity on the runway today.
While The Face doesn’t premiere until next Tuesday, host Nigel Barker, supermodel coaches Coco Rocha, Naomi Campbell, and Karolina Kurkova, and a slew of their fashionable friends stepped out in New York City last night to fête the new reality show.
Thanks to her fast-approaching reality television debut on The Face, Naomi Campbell is everywhere these days. And who can complain when she’s looking like this? The legendary supermodel was photographed by Steven Meisel for the February 2013 “About Women” issue of Vogue Italia, and we have the sepia-toned cover and accompanying behind-the-scenes video for all of your viewing pleasure.