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.
Vancouver Fashion Week is recognized as a global platform for established and upcoming designers. Since its debut in 2000, Vancouver Fashion Week has become a much sought-after event for Canadian and International designers. VFW has gained a respectable reputation from its ability to showcase the fashion industry and accommodate multicultural designers successfully. Hailed as the West Coast’s most prestigious industry event, Vancouver Fashion Week is committed to fostering the growth of designers and celebrating the fashion industry.Influential consumers and industry professionals are among attendees at Vancouver Fashion Week events. This will include editors, designers, buyers, top executives, celebrities, fashionistas, and highly regarded socialites.
Our world-class shows have drawn the attention of countless celebrities and have been featured on CityTV, The Vancouver Sun, Flare, and Sesi Magazine. As a result, clothing and jewellery designers from around the world—such as Calgary, Toronto, New York, Shanghai, Tokyo, and Lebanon—seek to debut their lines at Vancouver Fashion Week.In conjunction with Vancouver Fashion Week, these multicultural designers bring together fashion-savvy consumers to one place filled with culturally diverse, high-quality, and affordable clothing for one week. The constant stream of celebrities, socialites and media attention reveals why Vancouver is nicknamed Hollywood North.
Latino and Caribbean designers continue to assert themselves in defining and influencing the world of fashion. The Windy City offers a great share of talent with creative designers who add their unique mix of cultures and experiences to create pieces that make vibrant statements about their wearer. Chicago Latino Fashion takes the city by storm with its annual fall Chicago Latino Fashion Week, offering new looks and trends from local, national and International Latino designers.
The city of Chicago held its first Latino Fashion Week in October 2007 and was recognized by media and industry as the first U.S. city to host and celebrate Latino fashion within a dedicated week of events. Since its inception, Chicago Latino Fashion Week and its featured designers have captivated national attention. New opportunities and greater recognition have helped to catapult Chicago Latino designers to receive awards and contracts with major retailers.
Taking to a fog filled dance floor, Rianne ten Haken is paired with the hunky Kerry Degman for Armani Exchange’s Holiday 2009 campaign photographed by Tom Munro.
Rianne ten Haken is a Dutch model.Rianne began modeling after she won the 2001 Elite Model Look competition at the age of 15.Rianne has walked the catwalks for designers such as Calvin Klein, Dior, Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Gucci, Prada, Miiu Miiu, Marc Jacobs, Donna Karan, Diane von Furstenberg, Versace, Roberto Cavalli and many more.
Kerry Degman is an American model best known for his campaign for “JC Penny’s American Living.”The first ads ran in the inside cover of “People Magazine.”Other fashion editorial appearances under his belt, including “OUT”, “TETU,” “ELLE,” “M mensuel” and “Vogue” magazines.