Naomi Campbell was born in London, England and discovered as a fashion model at age 15. Throughout her career, she's fronted the covers of over 1000 magazines, been featured in campaigns for celebrated houses including Burberry, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Marc Jacobs, and Louis Vuitton and walked iconic shows for Chanel, Azzedine Alaïa, Christian Dior and Versace. Beyond her work in the fashion and entertainment industries, Campbell has used her celebrity for an array of fundraising and non-profit initiatives across the globe.
Environmentalism, as well as human rights and global health, as they specifically pertain to women and children, have been critical sectors of Campbell’s work. She has also formed her own non-profit, Fashion For Relief, a charitable organization founded in 2005 that has raised funds for various environmental and humanitarian causes. It holds events in association with the London-based non-profit organization CARE. Today, Campbell is undoubtedly solidifying her place as a cultural innovator — using her incredible platform and success for positive change across industries around the world.