Vogue Thailand enlists supermodel Naomi Campbell for their November 2013 issue. On the cover, Naomi’s long black hair is cropped into a fringed bob cut which framed her face and full lips for an elegant cover story for Thai Vogue.
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Super model Naomi Campbell stars on the anniversary issue of L’Officiel Netherlands. On the cover, Naomi is clad in gorgeous Chanel and for an inside peek, she sports a fabulous Dolce & Gabbana regal inspired dress together with a mesmerizing smize and fringed hair.
The Edit by Net-A-Porter.com enlists super model Naomi Campbell for their latest cover story. Naomi is sporting a short hair this time; a fringed bob cut and alot of leather clothing pieces for a rebel punk look as styled by Sasa Thomann.
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Elegant in black in white is super model Naomi Campbell for the October issue of Harper’s Bazaar Spain. On the cover, Naomi is clad in a gorgeous lace dress and further wears brands like Louis Vuitton, Max Mara, and Lowe, with styling from Juan Cebrián for the spread of the magazine.
The 42 year old British supermodel Naomi Campbell is blonde and beautiful on the cover of the May 2013 issue of Vogue Brazil. Naomi looks stunning in a simple black swimsuit with just a floral brooch and chunky pearl bracelets to complete her glamorous summer look.
Updated with second cover after the break. The original supermodels aren’t going anywhere. Devoid of clothes, Naomi Campell and Kate Moss share the cover of Interview Russia’s December 2012 cover. You can see the full photo after the break.
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Animal motifs may be finding their way onto our fall 2012 clothing, but the real things haven’t gone unnoticed. From Magdalena for Pani to Naomi Campbell for Harper’s Bazaar Russia, seems fashion is always partial to a fluffy bunny or two.
If you like showgirls and glitter and blinding amounts of sparkle, you’re gonna love this: Ellen Von Unwerth‘s cover of Naomi Campbell which celebrates Showbiz!. If you don’t like all of those things then, well, perhaps Schön’s 18th cover isn’t for you.