Naomi Campbell is undeniably an icon in the fashion world - and beyond. The London-born supermodel started modelling at the age of 15 and now, aged 50, still boasts an enviable array of luxury fashion and beauty contracts. Campbell’s career has included numerous highs and history-making moments: she was the first black model to open for Prada and land a French Vogue and TIME magazine cover. Like any model worth their salt, Campbell’s proved to be a style chameleon over the years. While her own most famous look - waist-long black hair, sculpted cheek bones, legs most of us could only ever dream of and piercing brown eyes - is infamous, she’s also worked a pixie cut, natural curls, a long bob and more over the years.
The 32-year-old model appeared on Naomi Campbell's new YouTube series to discuss her groundbreaking career.
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London Fashion Week is well underway and Saturday’s long-awaited Fashion for Relief catwalk was as star-strikingly glamorous as we predicted it would be.Naomi Campbell brought her charity runway show back to her hometown to raise money towards disadvantaged communities in London.The supermodel was joined by friends and family during as she showcased her latest Spring Summer collection at the star-studded runway show at the British Museum during London Fashion Week.The South London born model and philanthropist walked the catwalk alongside 19-year-old South Sudanese model Adut Akech, Stella Maxwell, Erin O’Connor and Leomie Anderson dressed in rainbow hued feathered dresses, voluminous tulle gowns and striking tailored suits.Naomi stunned the audience in a lobster red gown, whilst Adut stormed the catwalk wearing a purple gown that was covered in dramatic ruffles.The annual extravaganza returned to Naomi’s hometown and attracted famous faces including Naomi Harris, Pierce Brosnan, Paris Brosnan rapper Eve, Slick Rick, Maya Jama and Iris Law, who all arrived on the red carpet to show their support.Fashion for Relief is a personal charity set up by Naomi Campbell, which is dedicated to fighting poverty, sickness and distress.It was founded in 2005 and has since raised millions with the help of the event and donations from the world’s most reputable fashion houses. It has hosted events in New York, Cannes, London, Moscow, Mumbai and Dar es Salaam.Scroll to see all the Fashion for Relief SS20 runway looks and celebrities in attendance.
"I still have flashbacks to that time I found a verruca between the seats."
Further demonstrating January‘s position as a sartorial playground for the industry’s biggest names, Paris Men’s Fashion Week is currently underway.With heavyweights Dior, Louis Vuitton and new-era Céline (who could forget?) pencilled in, it was bound to be the perfect opportunity for the A-list to demonstrate their fashion credentials.David Beckham has been doing the rounds this season having flown in from London to sit FROW at the Adidas Originals show – rubbing shoulders with model Karlie Kloss.Meanwhile, Hollywood heart-throb Timothée Chalamet has continued to prove his position as a newfound muse, dropping in on the Louis Vuitton and Dior Homme shows.But it’s not only the millennial pack out in full force, as original supers Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell have made sure to catch a handful of events.Campbell stole the spotlight at the Louis Vuitton show courtesy of her new ‘do while Moss took a break from her 45th birthday celebrations to remind us why she will forever be our style go-to.From actress Laura Dern to singer Lily Allen, see who wore what on the FROW during Paris Fashion Week Men’s.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Best dressed Brits: January 2019’s top celebrity fashionLeopard print hair is the next big beauty trend according to the Versace runwayFashion’s ‘It’ crowd is getting younger, as Netflix’s rising stars take to the Fendi FROW