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Naomi Campbell Made an Epic Return at Valentino’s Couture Runway
After 14 Years, Naomi Campbell Made an Epic Return at Valentino’s Couture Runway
After 14 Years, Naomi Campbell Made an Epic Return at Valentino’s Couture Runway
 
       
 
Naomi Campbell’s presence is always felt during Fashion Week in New York, Europe, and beyond. And while she appears to be virtually everywhere, the supermodel does keep her schedule selective: She only walks, or sits front row, for top designers or buzzy labels of the moment. Now, for couture week, she’s back at it again—only this time, in a much more surprising way.
 
Fresh from enjoying the Fall 2019 menswear shows as a guest, Campbell made an unexpected appearance on the catwalk at Valentino’s Spring 2019 couture presentation in Paris. Wearing the final look, a sumptuous transparent black gown designed by Pierpaolo Piccioli, Campbell gave the crowd a thrill by returning to the Italian label’s runway for the first time in 14 years, her last show being its Spring 2005 couture collection.
 
Back in the early aughts, Campbell repeatedly closed Valentino. For the slinky, red carpet–themed Fall 2003 collection, she walked the finale in a black sequined gown (with Valentino Garavani by her side, no less). For Spring 2005, she wore layers of tiered lace. Though much in fashion has changed since then, she and the designer have always remained close. Back in 2015, when Campbell was on the cusp of celebrating 30 years in fashion, Garavani had plenty to say about her enduring allure, telling Vogue’s Maya Singer that she is one of a kind. “Her walk is unique, those hips swinging in her own way. One cannot be more sexy,” he said. “She imposes her own status of a queen.”
 
It’s fitting then that the brand’s current creative director would seek her out to bring his vision to life. With the Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild serving as the backdrop and Roberta Flack playing in the background, Campbell capped off one seriously memorable show. With fellow superstars Natalia Vodianova, Mariacarla Boscono, and Alek Wek all joining Campbell on the runway, it was easily couture season’s most interesting casting thus far.
 
Read more at: After 14 Years, Naomi Campbell Made an Epic Return at Valentino’s Couture Runway"
 
Maison Valentino: "I wanted to put black women in the centre"
Maison Valentino: I wanted to put black women in the centre
Maison Valentino: "I wanted to put black women in the centre"
 
During a time when the world appears to be crumbling around us, the realm of couture can offer a fantastical respite from reality: an unabashed celebration of fashion’s most intricate techniques, of ornate embellishments and majestic gowns. Here is a sanctuary reserved for the most indulgent sort of artifice, the most storied ateliers, the most monied audiences – and, while the culture it inhabits might evolve, this world retains a peculiar timelessness, its patrons immunised against political or economic downturns, its aesthetic eternally opulent.
 
That’s not to say that some of the collections this week haven’t been underscored by distinctly modern values – most notably Pierpaolo Piccioli’s remarkable reframing of the couture clientele at Valentino, which starred a diverse cast of models dressed in his spectacular designs. “You always saw white women in the centre and black women on the side… I wanted to put black women in the centre,” he explained of his decision. “I like classic couture, I don’t like modernism in couture. So, in order to change couture, you change the meaning of it and not the codes.” By marrying the most audacious femininity with contemporary values, he gracefully evolved its historical exclusion to reflect a new reality.
 
Another explicit reflection of couture’s shift was found at Viktor & Rolf, where meme culture was offset against laser-cut layers of tulle: Insta-friendly slogans appliquéd atop overblown gowns (ironically, John Galliano’s Maison Margiela Artisanal collection, presented several hours earlier, contemplated “the excess, the artifice and then the decay” of the digital age). At Givenchy, exquisite engineering was layered atop latex; enormous bows mutated into couture-grade backpacks. “I tried to take the most modern approach possible with everything,” said Clare Waight Keller.
 
“We are living in a decadent time,” explained Dior’s Maria Grazia Chiuri to Vogue in a preview. “We have to understand that our world is finished, because we were born in another time of fashion, when the world was more simple… [now] we have to think about fashion in a different way. It’s exciting.” The theme she adopted for her collection perhaps presented the most apt analogy for the season: the circus, both its extravagant aesthetics and its underlying darkness. While these gowns might maintain the same impact as in decades past, the context they exist within has radically shifted and their fairytale splendour now appears politicised. In 2019, even this extreme glamour can adopt a subversive quality.
 
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Naomi Campbell cover debut of Vogue, Edward Enninful Editor-In-Chief
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Naomi Campbell makes her cover debut of British Vogue, Edward Enninful Editor-in-Chief
 
It is always a pleasure to unveil a March issue of Vogue, to herald the start of fashion’s new season in earnest, to dwell on themes of re-emergence and renewal after a gloomy and (this year especially) uncertain winter. This month’s Vogue has added personal significance, as its star is no less a force than Naomi Campbell, who makes her cover debut for me as editor-in-chief.
 
It’s no secret that Naomi and I go back more than half of our lifetimes. We first met on a shoot for i-D in Paris in the early 1990s on a day I will never forget. I can recall her walking into the studio like it was last week. In an Anna Sui dress, with her Whitney Houston curls, there she was – the most beautiful woman in the world.
 
I was a young fashion director and Naomi was already famous well beyond the industry, but we bonded on sight. After the shoot wrapped, she invited me to jump on a private plane to Dublin with her – I was due back in London and had only £10 in my pocket – but that’s just the way it is with Naomi. A quarter of a century later and she hasn’t changed. You never know where you’re going to end up.
 
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Edward Enninful appointed Naomi Campbell Vogue's new contributing editor
Edward Enninful appointed Naomi Campbell British Vogue's new contributing editor in July 2017
Edward Enninful appointed Naomi Campbell British Vogue's new contributing editor in July 2017
 
Naomi Campbell’s fashion and modelling career has been a hallmark of British culture for as long as we can remember. But, it was when Edward Enninful appointed her as Vogue's new contributing editor in July 2017, and hailed her as one of the biggest “international style influencers and supermodels” - and later, was voted a Fashion Icon at the 2018 CFDA Awards - that she was officially recognised as the UK’s style sweetheart.
 
Her boundless energy and charisma however, have seen her transcend fashion’s sartorial walls, seeing her lead social change through a number of philanthropic endeavours. Of these, include her work with organisations such as Time's Up, Save the Children, Breakthrough Breast Cancer, Amfar, Balance Diversity and Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund.
 
More recently, her appearance front row of the Louis Vuitton show last week and her showstopper look at the closing of Valentino’s most couture show (- which received a standing ovation no less), have been a reminder of her timeless ability to bestow elegance and individuality onto any catwalk.
 
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Naomi campbell the most beautiful woman in the world
Naomi Campbell is kind, sensitive, yet at the same time she is a fighter - Jamaican, a buffalo soldier who stands up for herself
She is kind, sensitive, yet at the same time she is a fighter - Jamaican, a buffalo soldier who stands up for herself
 
There has been so much written about her over the years, but I think many would be surprised to discover how loyal and generous she is. As a friend, she is kind and very sensitive, yet at the same time she is a fighter – Jamaican, a buffalo soldier – who stands up for herself. To me, she will always be a legend, like the last of the silent movie stars: Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, Naomi Campbell. With all the flashbulbs, the fashion, the entourages, the jets, the philanthropy, the red carpets and the world leaders on speed dial, she seems to live at twice the pace of the rest of us. All the clichés genuinely do apply to Naomi – you could not make her up and she really is larger than life.
 
This was the starting point for our cover story – to create an homage to Naomi’s world. Of course, the photographer had to be Steven Meisel. When Naomi works with Meisel, she practically becomes a teenager again, shy and focused, and so it proved during our two-day shoot in New York together at the tail end of last year. They know each other so well that they don’t really need words. Dancers came in, Kendrick Sampson (an actor and activist we both admire) played the role of her lover, and even her driver was pulled in to orbit around her. I hope you enjoy the result. It is the story of a real woman – and a genuine icon.
 
Naomi caps an issue wholly dedicated to putting the Vogue stamp on the first weeks of spring, whether that’s by celebrating the women who have defined the Brexit debate, or being granted an audience with Tracey Emin as she returns with a new exhibition. The crucial trends are front and centre, of course. Optimistic, fun, colourful and slightly eccentric – there is plenty of escape on offer within these pages, whether it’s a leap of the imagination or taking the season’s best pieces to be photographed on the beaches in LA, or the streets of New York and London. We live in serious times, but I hope that there is still room for a little fun. I believe it’s important that there is.
 
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Edward Enninful poised to be the most consequential fashion editor
Edward Enninful poised to be the most consequential fashion editor of his generation
Edward Enninful poised to be the most consequential fashion editor of his generation
 
Edward Enninful, the new editor in chief of British Vogue, is supremely confident in both his aesthetic beliefs and in his worldview. In short order, he has upended a century-old publication, transforming its masthead to be more reflective of the global audience it seeks to serve and crafting some of the most memorable, inspiring and diverse fashion covers of the past year. His work exudes authenticity. He’s made inclusiveness look organic and effortless. And he’s made fashion look glorious.
 
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Edward Enninful OBE British Vogue Editor-In-Chief
Edward Enninful OBE British Vogue Editor-In-Chief
Edward Enninful poised to be the most consequential fashion editor of his generation
 
 
Delphine Arnault Reveals the 16 Industry Experts Joining the LVMH Prize
Delphine Arnault Reveals the 16 Industry Experts Joining the LVMH Prize This Year
The 16 experts joining the LVMH Prize this year
 
In just two weeks, the Fall 2019 ready-to-wear season will officially begin in New York—but if you’ve been paying attention, you know fashion week is always happening somewhere. In the next couple of months alone, Vogue Runway will cover shows in Copenhagen, Stockholm, Madrid, and Tbilisi—and many more cities—in addition to the “main” circuit. In our increasingly digital world, it’s never been easier for a designer to get noticed, regardless of where they are in the world. The LVMH Prize is a consistent reminder of that; the pool of talent seems to become more global by the year. In 2018, for instance, Executive Vice President of Louis Vuitton and founder of the LVMH Prize, Delphine Arnault, revealed they got a record number of applications from Asia, particularly China. “The Prize is international, and so is fashion,” she tells Vogue.
 
Naturally, the panel of experts who choose those finalists should be international, too. “It is important that the diversity of experts be a reflection of the diversity of styles and realities in our industry,” she continues. Their perspectives and focuses within fashion are diverse, too. “The interesting thing with this industry is that it is constantly evolving, thus creating new opportunities. The presence of influencers like Aimee Song and Chiara Ferragni, for instance, is a novelty in the Prize and reflects their growing clout in our field.”
 
Song and Ferragni (who was also named an ambassador) are among the 16 experts Arnault is welcoming to the LVMH Prize this year. Their hybridized careers—as models, bloggers, designers, consultants, et al—also represents Arnault’s belief that a variety of voices and talents are crucial to providing the strongest mentorship to the designers. “Obviously with the internet, businesses are crossing over—from print or brick-and-mortar to digital,” Arnault says. “But also the other way around. [The experts’] perspectives on creation today is invaluable, and their interactions with the semi-finalists will help these young designers gather critical feedback to enable them to grow.”
 
Read more at: Delphine Arnault Reveals the 16 Industry Experts Joining the LVMH Prize
 
 
British Vogue contributing editor Naomi Campbell new face NARSCosmetics
British Vogue contributing editor Naomi Campbell new face of NARSCosmetics
Naomi Campbell British Vogue contributing editor Lands a NARSCosmetics Beauty Campaign at 48
 
It’s been well documented that Naomi Campbell has never fronted a beauty campaign before, despite being one of the biggest faces in the industry and an original supermodel. However, that’s about to change - the Vogue contributing editor is the new face of Nars Cosmetics for the first half of 2019.
 
“François and I are like family and the same goes for Nars. I am honoured to be a part of such an incredible brand for so long,” she said, whilst Nars himself added: “Naomi is a living icon and brings such strong personality to the camera. She and I are like family. I have known her since the very beginning of her career. From the start, I have admired her, her beauty, and her style.”
 
With her first campaign image (above), shot by Mr Nars and with make-up by James Kaliardos, Campbell will front the Radiance Repowered range from January 2019. The campaign will include foundation shade extensions, a new Skin Deep Eye Palette and the Super Radiant Booster. She’ll also front a new Orgasm campaign later in the year - representing an iconic product in the Nars line-up.
 
Despite not having starred in a beauty campaign before, Naomi has had a close and long relationship with François Nars, founder of the iconic make-up brand.
 
Naomi has also picked out her favourite Nars make-up products. They include the Taj Mahal Blush, Translucent Powder, Climax Mascara, 7 Deadly Sins Palette, Dragon Girl Velvet Matte Lip Pencil and Mambo Eyeliner.
 
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A Day In The Life Of Naomi Campbell
A Day In The Life Of Naomi Campbell Ep. 1 | British Vogue
A Day In The Life Of Naomi Campbell Ep. 1 | British Vogue
 
British Vogue follows contributing editor Naomi Campbell for 24 hours as she drops in on Off-White’s Virgil Abloh and pays tribute to Azzedine Alaïa at the Fashion Awards 2017
 
 
Naomi Campbell sits down with Virgil Abloh in his Paris headquarters
British Vogue contributing editor Naomi Campbell sits down with Virgil Abloh in his Paris headquarters
British Vogue contributing editor Naomi Campbell sits down with Virgil Abloh in his Paris headquarters
 
For the first in a series where British Vogue contributing editor Naomi Campbell meets designers making debuts at historic fashion houses, Campbell sits down with Virgil Abloh in his Paris headquarters.
 
The recently-appointed artistic director of Louis Vuitton menswear reflects on his landmark first show, how his relationship with Kanye West galvanised his resolve to succeed, and what his appointment means for the next generation.
 
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Naomi Campbell wears Versace for The Fashion Awards 2017
Naomi Campbell wears Versace for The Fashion Awards 2017
A Day In The Life Of Naomi Campbell
 
From guestlist approval at the British Vogue office and couture gown fittings to calls with Kate Moss, follow Vogue contributing editor and one of the evening’s co-hosts Naomi Campbell in the run-up to Vogue’s Fashion and Film party.
 
Nobody wears Versace quite like Naomi Campbell wears Versace, and for The Fashion Awards 2017 at which Donatella was honoured with the Fashion Icon Award. She complemented a dress from the brand with the chic hairclips debuted on the catwalk just months earlier.
 
 
Naomi Campbell's Facialist Reveals Her Secrets to Flawless Skin
Naomi Campbell's Facialist Reveals Her Secrets to Flawless Skin
Naomi Campbell's Facialist Reveals Her Secrets to Flawless Skin
 
New aestheticians crop up all the time, but veteran Manhattan facialist Tracie Martyn’s keeps legions of loyal VIPS glowing and red-carpet-ready with customized cocktails of electrical current, LED lights and her cult line of natural products. Here, she shares her beauty secrets.
 
Why do you think your high-profile clients are loyal to you?
Many of them have been coming to me for more than 15 years. I am sure there are a variety of factors, but perhaps one is my Resculptor microcurrent machine, which I complement with new, non-invasive technologies as they emerge. (I think I was one of the first facialists in New York to use LED lights, for example.) My signature treatment is probably the Red Carpet Facial, which takes 60 minutes and is packed with every non-invasive beauty trick there is, including state-of-the-art diamond tip microdermabrasion and peptide-enriched oxygen mist. In it, I combine current from the Resculptor machine with red LED lights, a cocktail that increases cellular energy (ATP) and therefore theoretically enhances every key process in the skin, including collagen and elastin formation. It also tones the facial muscles in a gentle but effective way and enhances circulation. The other key component in this facial is a pulsating amber light that helps stop collagen-destroying enzymes called MMPs, and instantly brightens and calms the skin. On the other end of the spectrum is my Purple Ray Facial, which I developed in order to address signs of aging, especially around the eye area, and simultaneously fight break-outs caused by excessive make-up application, diet, hormones, or stress. It’s super popular with models who need a few extractions and purification on top of lifting.
 
Can you name names?
I’ve been lucky enough to work with Kate Winslet, Diane Von Furstenberg, Brandon Maxwell, Naomi Campbell, Hilary Rhoda, Kenya Kinski-Jones, Lindsey Wixson and Famke Janssen, Rihanna, Georgia Jagger, Allison Williams and Jessica Chastain among many others.
 
What skincare advice do you give your clients?
Petrochemicals like parabens, phthalates, and ethoxylated surfactants (like polysorbate) are like ticking time bombs, so the message is clear: go pure, safe and clean, but at the same time don't waste your time with products that don't address your skin concerns- acne, hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, lack of elasticity, rosacea or whatever bothers you. We pioneered our high-performance, natural skincare line as an alternative to high-tech products that are effective, but filled with dangerous petrochemicals, and the kind of low-performing natural products you find in health food stores. No one, apart from us and a handful of our more enlightened Hollywood clients, really cared about being natural or organic when we launched our line, but I think as the concept of wellness has become more popular, there is a new appreciation for my work, which has always been safe, non-invasive and holistic, yet scientifically advanced enough to deliver fast and reliable results in an HDTV and Selfie era.
 
Do you ever give clients nutritional advice?
I can’t help myself! Before becoming a facialist, I was a makeup artist, and even back then I tried to persuade models to trade in their fast food for green juice (way before Juice Press!). I’m also a certified yoga instructor, so I would also try to inspire them to practice. I still bump into colleagues from my fashion days who thank me for introducing them to their first bowl of quinoa. I explain to my clients why wheat and dairy are not on my food list, why they should watch their chocolate intake and why they should avoid certain nuts in order to keep beautiful, clear skin. They can prolong the results of my facials by avoiding sodium-filled foods (which can lead to water retention and puffiness) and high-glycemic-index carbs, which can grow you a double chin if you are predisposed genetically. The best advice is to pay attention to your body, see if you break out. Science is great, but even better when combined with intuition, experience and self-awareness.
 
Any key supplements we should be taking for young-looking skin?
There is a nutrient in dairy and meat called carnitine, an amino acid derivative that is very important for energy metabolism. It transports fat into the mitochondria (the cellular energy "power plant") so they can be oxidized ("burned") to produce energy. We feel that part of the aging process is the "chronic fatigue" that the cells experience, so we developed a supplement with this key nutrient called CarniLift. With sufficient energy (ATP in western terminology, Qi in Traditional Chinese Medicine), everything works better.
 
What other gurus or wellness professional do you send your clients to?
Detox is very important, especially for people who are a bit slower to get on the clean-diet bandwagon. When people ask me for help, I recommend a green-juice cleanse, alkalizing foods and a series of colonics. Mera Chritis has been doing colon hydrotherapy for 20 years, and is something of a miracle worker. She practices the gravity method, and in addition to filtered water, incorporates organic coffee, chlorophyll, herbs and essential oils in her sessions. For acupuncture, I recommend Paul Kempisty. He is very knowledgeable, but also has a great sense of humor.
 
What kind of workout are you into at the moment?
As I mentioned, I’m a certified yoga teacher, and while I don't teach, I do practice every day. I also love Pilates and go to Nicole at The Pilates Boutique weekly, and occasionally I get to do a SoulCycle session with the amazing Laurie Cole.
What is the first thing you do when you wake up? Do you have a beauty regimen?
I’m not TOO high maintenance. I have a little ritual in which I sip green tea while I wash my face with my divine-smelling Amla Purifying Cleanser, apply Enzyme Exfoliant and then Absolute Purity Toner. Then I layer on a bit of Firming Serum underneath the Face Resculpting cream.For help tightening my jaw-line, neck, hips and thighs, I use my Neck and Body Resculpting Serum. Finally, I slather Shakti Face and Body Resculpting all over. One thing I don’t yet have in my line is a good sunblock, as it’s not easy to make a natural sunblock that actually works. So I’m always trying out different ones. My current favorite is COTZ SPF 58.
 
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Naomi Campbell's Exact Diet And Exercise Routine 
Naomi Campbell's Exact Diet And Exercise Routine
AKA: How she's managed to reverse the ageing process
 
As far as supermodels go, Naomi Campbell redefines the term 'ageless'—and her radiant appearance is likely a by-product of her wholesome approach to dieting, exercise and wellness.
 
The 48-year-old has always amazed fans with her youthful visage, but on January 17, 2019, the supermodel attended the Louis Vuitton autumn/winter '19 show looking particularly ageless.
 
Campbell wore her hair in a stunning Afro, but it was her glowing, smooth face that left fans around the world wanting to know exactly how she does it. Unsurprisingly, she's something of a wellness junkie, and has plenty of trusted wellness tips that help maintain her world-famous figure, glossy skin, and all-round classic beauty.
 
Here's how she does it.
 
What is Naomi Campbell's diet?
After rising at 5am, Campbell starts off her day as healthily as she can—which unfortunately means no coffee.
 
In a 2014 interview with Harper's BAZAAR US, Campbell said: "The first thing I do [in the morning] is have hot water with lemon and pro-biotics. I've never drunk coffee; I don't like the smell. I'm a tea drinker. If I need it I will have one cup of green tea. I'm into herbal tea."
 
In the same interview, Campbell admitted that she's vegetarian, and that the diet change has made her feel worlds better. She said: "I never thought I would [go vegetarian]. It was just something I decided to do. I don't know how long it's going to last, but I just feel lighter and easier."
 
Whether you think you could commit to a vegetarian diet or not, there are undeniable health benefits to abstaining from meat, even for a short amount of time. Cutting down your meat intake can lead to lower cholesterol levels and a smaller chance of intestinal problems or heart disease, if you're making sure you have enough iron, B6 and B12 in your diet.
 
While many of us count sugar as a vice, Campbell avoids it almost completely. She told W Magazine in 2016: "I take care of myself, eat well, try to balance what I put in my body. I stay away from sugar and drink lots of water." Instead of opting for easily accessible snacks, Campbell told BAZAAR US that she downs green smoothies for a natural energy boost, saying: "I have probably two or three green juices a day."
 
But don't think Campbell lives completely cleanly. After she was criticised for undergoing a 12-day juice cleanse before a 2013 fashion show, she told British magazine The Edit: "I'm not extreme about what I eat—I let chocolate and crisps come in. You just have to allow the little things that make you happy."
 
What is Naomi Campbell's exercise and wellness routine?
Aside from her diet, Campbell's love of working out is a reason for her perpetual agelessness—especially her dedication to yoga and pilates.
 
Like Charlize Theron and fellow supermodel Christy Turlington, Campbell tries to incorporate yoga into every day, and has showed off her incredible yoga skills on her Instagram account. On her love for Pilates, Campbell told W Magazine: "I don't lift weights. I like working with the resistance of my own body weight."
 
Watch Below: Naomi Campbell Shows Off Her Yoga Skills
 
To some capacity, yoga and pilates are probably linked with Campbell's ageless face. Yoga improves blood flow around the body, and contributes to general body wellness, so it's no surprise that Campbell looks as good as she does.
 
She's also admitted to being a fan of Zumba, telling BAZAAR US: "When I'm not working, I like to do a Zumba class in the evening."
 
However, there's one form of workout that Campbell couldn't be more fearful of, and it's something the rest of us wouldn't think twice about. In May 2018, she told E! News: "I work out, but not [at] a regular type of gym—no machines.
 
"I can't go to a regular gym. They make me nervous."
 
how does Campbell care for her face
Of course, we have to address the elephant in the room—how does Campbell care for her face, and keep fine lines at bay?
 
Well, aside from her healthy existence, Campbell credits it all to a solid skincare routine. She told W Magazine: "Body moisturiser, moisturising masks—anything hydrating, especially when you travel.
"Serums, under-eye cream, mani-pedi—a woman should always maintain herself on a weekly basis."
 
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Naomi Campbell's Work Out Secrets
Naomi Campbell's Work Out Secrets
January 2019 British Vogue cover star and contributing editor, Naomi Campbell, shares her work out secrets and the 20 minute exercise routine that keeps the supermodel in shape.
 
 
Naomi Campbell Shares the Secret to Her Walk: Coaching From Her Mom
Naomi Campbell Shares the Secret to Her Walk: Coaching From Her Mom
Naomi Campbell and her mother Valerie Morris
 
If an ageless appearance is genetic, then Naomi Campbell and her mother Valerie Morris, a former professional dancer, may as well serve as the case study. The mother-daughter duo haven't lost their glow over the years and still look alike at 64-years-old and 48-years-old. Some of that may be due to their close bond, which Campbell shared in a recent video on her YouTube channel.
 
In the clip, entitled "My Relationship With My Mother," Campbell and Morris reflect on the super model's rise and how she learned her signature walk. "I'm very proud of my mother," Campbell says to the camera, "My whole being — me sitting here — is because of my mother."
 
"She was a very determined child. She was able to dress herself," her mother says, "and put colors together. She was very particular. If there was something she didn't like, she would just say 'no'." As Campbell confirmed, "I'm very vocal with people that I love. You must tell the person how you feel at all times, and I am that person."
 
Apparently, Campbell's walk came about after watching her mother and super model Iman. "When I used to rehearse, she was always there, trying things on — what kids do," Morris recalls. "She was prancing about on the steps. I said to her, 'What are you walking like that for?' I'm thinking, 'Obviously, she's seen Iman'. You've got to find your style, your trademark, your identity. So I said to her, 'Dance. You do baile, tap, jazz.' We did it for quite a while until she developed her own way of walking. Modeling is about walking so you need to find whatever makes you different from anyone else."
 
Campbell also opened up about how her walk looks different from show to show, saying of her mother, "She taught me how to walk. It wasn't that I didn't know how to walk. She just taught me how to have a bit more swag and how to listen to the rhythm of the music and how to walk when there wouldn't be music at all, and also to remember the clothing that you're wearing. It's never been about showing myself — Naomi Campbell — it's been about finding a character within myself to each designer that I worked for in relation to the outfit that I was in."
 
The video comes on the heels of Campbell and Morris starring in Burberry's holiday campaign, alongside M.I.A and Matt Smith, which Morris is still in shock over. "I never thought I'd do a Burberry campaign," she says. "I couldn't believe it." What's more unbelievable, though, is how flawless they look together.
 
Read more at: Naomi Campbell Shares the Secret to Her Walk: Coaching From Her Mom
 
 
Naomi Campbell british vogue style file
Style File: Naomi Campbell
Naomi Campbell’s modelling career has been a hallmark of British culture for as long as we can remember.
 
 
Michael Jackson - In the Closet with supermodel Naomi Campbell
Michael Jackson - In the Closet with supermodel Naomi Campbell
Michael Jackson - In the Closet (Official Video)
 
The "In The Closet" short film was a stunning departure from Michael Jackson's previous work-a sensual dance in Salton Sea, California with supermodel Naomi Campbell, and iconic fashion photographer Herb Ritts in
 
 
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  •  isalons iconversations engages industry moguls online interactively in conversations within the Entertainment Industry, Hair and Beauty business, National News Media, Professional Athletes through sports media, Celebrity Chefs who engage audiences with mouth watering cuisine.
  • iConversations Clients' business products and services are showcased to a very upscale diverse demographics of quality social media colleagues, thus giving your business high visibility locally, regionally, and around the globe.
  • iConversations has cultivated quality social media relationships engaging upscale diverse collaborative communities and businesses around the globe in "Real-Time".
  • Conversations values family, relationships, and her social media colleagues. We sincerely value people and our relationships with them first.
 
 
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