Naomi Campbell

Naomi by Terrence Donovan, British Elle, 1988

Naomi by Edward Maxey, Paper, 1990

Naomi in the famous Coke curlers by Ellen von Unwerth, 1991

Naomi by Michel Comte, Vogue Italia, 1994

Recruited at the age of 15, Naomi Campbell established herself among the top three most recognisable and in-demand models of the late 1980s and the 1990s, and was one of six models of her generation declared supermodels by the fashion industry.
Campbell, who has never met her biological father, regards record producers Quincy Jones and Chris Blackwell as adopted father figures. Former South African president Nelson Mandela referred to Campbell as his “honorary granddaughter”. (Read more)

A Kiss is Just a Kiss…

The Kiss by Robert Doisneau, 1950

Kate Moss & Natalia Vodianova by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, 2011

V-J Day in Times Square by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1945

The Kiss by Tanya Chalkin, 2002

Johnny Depp & Winona Ryder by Herb Ritts, 1990

Naomi Campbell & Christy Turlington by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia, 1989

Cherry Kiss by Ellen von Unwerth

“You must remember this
A kiss is just a kiss‚Ķ‚ÄĚ

Runway

Naomi Campbell

Strutting at Chanel Spring/Summer show 1992

Tuesday: Naomi by Seb

Naomi Campbell by Seb Janiak, 1997.

Monday: 2 of 6

Gisele B√ľndchen.

In the late 1990s, B√ľndchen was the first in a wave of Brazilian models to find international success. In 1999, Vogue noted “The Return of the Sexy Model”, and she was credited with ending the “heroin chic” era of modeling. B√ľndchen was one of the Victoria’s Secret Angels from 2000 until mid-2007. B√ľndchen pioneered the “horse walk”, a stomping movement created when a model picks her knees up high and kicks her feet out in front. Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Campbell have stated that B√ľndchen is the only remaining true supermodel.
In 2015, Forbes estimated B√ľndchen’s annual income at $44 million. (Read more)

Tuesday: 5 of 6

Naomi Campbell photographed by Matthew Rolston for Harper’s Bazaar US June 1991.