Naomi Campbell, Christina Ricci, Eva Mendes and Rachel Weisz for Vs. Magazine Fall/Winter 2010
Brazilian label, Morena Rosa, enlists supermodel Naomi Campbell for their spring 2011 campaign. Lensed by Eduardo Rezende, the British beauty laughs and preens in the brand’s playful collection of patterned dresses.
Naomi Campbell by Miguel Reveriego
We end our review of the all Naomi issue of Vogue Russia with an imaginative spread shot by Daniel Golovkin. Captured in an industrial city landscape, the Russian photographer captures Naomi Campbell in garments from his homeland that evoke glamour and elegance.
Here at Fashion Gone Rogue, we have been having a pretty wild day. First, Masha Novoselova let out her inner animal in V Spain, and now supermodel Naomi Campbell gets into the mix with this daring spread from Vogue Russia April. Captured by Tom Munro, Naomi is queen of the boudoir in bold pieces from Dior, Alexander McQueen and Azzedine Alaïa. Aided by fashion editor Patti Wilson, Munro creates a story that is part elegance and part play with an eastern twist.
Vogue Russia‘s April edition continues its unabashed appreciation of Naomi Campbell with a studio shoot by Willy Vanderperre. Styled by Edward Enninful in sculptured and feminine pieces by Azzedine Alaïa, Naomi reveals her softer side in the alluring spread.
From snakes and now beauty, supermodel Naomi Campbell takes on a more joyful tone for the jewelery supplement of April’s Vogue Russia. In front of the lens of Matt Irwin, Naomi wears dazzling and oversized baubles paired with shredded shirts styled by Simon Robins.