Supermodel Naomi Campbell is fortunate to be one of the rarest beauties to ever walk the runway. In addition, she is also notable for her honorary charity work, guest star appearances and entrepreneurship.
Naomi Campbell is not only a beauty in her own right, but she also has the talent to back it up. When she hits the stage, you know she means business. Blessed with a strut so fierce that its been coined untouchable and has even earned her the title “Undisputed Queen of Catwalk”, the exotic beauty proudly graced the runway of both national and international fashion shows and has appeared on the cover of over 500 magazines including Russian Vogue, British Vogue and French Vogue. From the beginning, she captured the eye of the notable Elite Model Management as well as many top designers including Victoria Secret, Yves St. Laurent, Christian Dior, Versace, Chanel and more. Since her reign, many budding supermodels have followed in her footsteps and even receive coaching from the mogul herself.
The 5′ 9″ tall beauty, born daughter of a maternal dancer and even studied ballet herself as a child, brings a certain grace to the stage that can be only be described as ethereal. At just age 15, while out window shopping in her native place of London, the destined-to-be powerhouse was approached by Beth Boldt, the then head of Synchro Modeling Agency, which, needless to say, launched her career as a supermodel. And, like many other greats before her who had to overcome their share of obstacles in order to claim their rightful place in the world, the universe seemed to smile upon her as she made her way up the ladder, almost as if it held a secret that no one else knew, as, somehow, doors miraculously begin to open, paving the way for supermodels of color, and positioning Campbell as one of the top supermodels in the world.
Today, the theatre arts student, supermodel, actress, video vixen, recording artist, author, fragrance designer, entrepreneur, mentor, activist, philanthropist, ambassador, and honoree still remains in demand. Her recent works include executive producer of “The Face”, the inaugural cover of Vogue Australia, and the cover of the Vietnamese and Singaporean Haarper’s Bazaar. She also closed the Fall/Winter Zac Posen show at New York Fashion Week and featured in Spring/Summer 2015 campaigns for lingerie retailer Agent Provocateur and Burberry. In 2015, she signed as “Camilla Sparks”, a recurring character in the Fox drama “Empire” and was also featured in American Horror Story: Hotel. In 2016, she appeared in the music video for the single “Drone Bomb Me” for English singer Anohni and continues to be known for her ongoing activism and charity work.