On Tuesday, January 8, Naomi Campbell had many followers re-watch a video taken in the Colombian streets where the dancing fever was high.
Known for her support of numerous charities and organizations including the sports field and in the music industry, it was nice to see her promote the spirit of local dancers down a street in Columbia.
The clip captured their spirit and love for the music through every dance move the flowed through their bodies.
The supermodel attended the 2018 GQMen of the year awards in London recently, where she was escorted by the Nigerian pop star, Wizkid while both walked the runway of Dolce and Gabbana during it's Spring Summer 2019 Men’s Fashion Show in Milan.
Through her involvement in fashion, Naomi is determined to make a difference. She got recruited at the age of 15 where her life spiraled into that of one of the most recognizable supermodels during the late 1980s and 1990s.
One of six models of her generation to get supermodel status in the fashion industry, Naomi additionally appeared in several feature film and television shows, including the well-known reality show modeling competition, ‘The Face.’
Late last year the beauty was also spotted in Nigeria for the GTBank Fashion Weekend, which aims to promote enterprise within the rapidly growing fashion industry in Nigeria.
A few months prior Naomi paid South Africa a visit for a press conference in Sandton, Johannesburg, and spoke about the launch of the Global Citizen Festival set to take place last December, which will also celebrate Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday.
The Festival included numerous local and international artists like Usher, Beyonce, Jay Z, Chris Martin, Tiwa Savage, Wizkid and many more.
During her South African trip, she also stated that her work in the fashion industry has only begun. She sees Africa as a place that has so much to give and is determined that there will be a Vogue Africa shortly.
Two weeks ago while in Kenya, Naomi decided to have a “bare it all” moment when she posted a selfie on Instagram with the hair she naturally has braided in cornrows. No extension or wigs. The 48-year-old supermodel had previously spoken of her need to use alternatives to cover up bald patches and a receding hairline for years.
The extensive use of some products over time led her to eventually start suffering from centrifugal cicatricial alopecia, a form of permanent hair loss. However, Naomi was grateful to add that the hair usually grows back after giving it time to rest.
Even though she has taken a step back from the modeling spotlight, she continues to make a difference through the charities and organizations she supports, still one of the big names in modeling and fashion, and always will be.