Naomi Campbell recently took to social media to post a photo of her flaunting her timeless beauty. The 49-year-old showed her incredibly toned abs and flawless skin in the Instagram photo.
English model Naomi Campbell took to social media to show off incredibly toned abs in a new photo. She posed for the Instagram selfie in a yellow sports bra that flaunted her flawless skin.
Campbell wore minimal make-up and smiled for the photo she captioned, "#MondayMood"
Naomi Campbell walks the runway during the Kenneth Ize show as part of Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2020/2021 on February 24, 2020 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images
The 49-year-old model recently signed with a new modeling agency, "Models1," on her last birthday — the move indicates that Campbell's modeling career of three decades is not halting any time soon.
The agency which celebrated their golden jubilee anniversary last year is also responsible for representing other modeling icons like Twiggy and Linda Evangelista.
Campbell, who's also big on philanthropy, is known to openly express her opinions on matters relating to her skin hue and how it affects her modeling career.
She once opened up on her childhood and her journey to becoming a fashion icon. Naomi grew up with her mother, Valerie, who was a dancer. She recalled her mother teaching her to do the runway walk in their hallway in her grandma's house.
Campbell is also an advocate for staying healthy and germ-free.
Campbell also remembered her first encounter with the thought of being a model. When she was 15, she was approached by a woman who asked her if she ever considered modeling.
The woman turned out to be Beth Boldt, head of the Synchro agency — the agency responsible for Campbell's first big break in the industry.
The model recalled her first few years as a budding superstar model and how she wasn't getting booked because of her skin color. Campbell said she understood what it meant to be black and one had to put in extra effort.
Naomi has also come out to point out that racism in the fashion industry still exists, despite the industry's effort to accept diversity.
The London-born model revealed her attempt to place African models and designers on the map and said,
"Models of color are not a trend; we are here to stay."
Campbell is also an advocate for staying healthy and germ-free while traveling, especially during the recent uptick in several patients who've contracted the growing menace known as Coronavirus.
The model is known to post photos of her taking safety measures for her flight trips amidst the pandemic.