Naomi Campbell and A ’90s Supermodel Reunion

Recently, Naomi Campbell on the with CBS This Morning talked about her own TV show, The Face, and share heartfelt details about the people she’s closest, among them Nelson Mandela. The former president of South Africa, who died in December and referred to Naomi as his “honorary granddaughter appreciated very much the model and was very close to her.  In the show Campbell warmly reflected and said: “He meant everything to me. I ran to him always.”

Campbell also discussed the close bond between her fellow ’90s supermodels, sharing that Kate Moss, Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista, Stephanie Seymour, and Claudia Schiffer have been some of her closest friends throughout her career. “You’ll never get a group of us together like that again. You’ll get one here, one there—but as a whole you’ll never get it again.” Campbell did reveal that they’ll be reuniting for a special project in a few weeks but refused to discuss details.

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World’s Top-Earning Models for 2011


American famous magazine Forbes Magazine announced world’s Top-Earning Models for 2011 year. Even though it doesn’t differentiate much from previous years, this year again Brazil hot model Gisele Bundchen tops the list along with American model Heidi Klum, English models Kate Moss and Miranda Kerr, Russian model Natalia Vodianova and many other gorgeous and sexy supermodels that needs no words to be described. Continue Reading

Kate Moss-Vogue Paris- October 2009

kateEvery time there’s a new magazine pictorial with Kate Moss I feel words come in excess. She sure is a lovely woman, physically speaking. She sure is a constant in the everchanging fashion world.Becoming such a worldwide known face had its downsides. For Kate is no role model, we’ve seen that over and over again. Malgr? le clich?, Kate Moss is magazines-friendly. Like this Vogue Paris example with Kate Moss on the cover of VP’s October 2009 issue.






Kate Moss for TopShop Autumn(Fall)/Winter 2009 / 2010

kateSince Kate Moss started knocking out her collections for Topshop we’ve seen flapper Kate, vintage Kate, ethnic Kate – all, of course, with lashings of trademark rock-chic thrown in for good measure. Staying on top of the trends, Moss’ latest venture for Topshop focuses on neo-grunge; with open-weave knits, stud detailing, and lush faux-fur; accessorised with the now ubiquitous trend of ripped stockings.