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Entertainment Naomi Campbell: combats racism in the next issue of Vogue

12:15  25 october  2020
12:15  25 october  2020 Source:   covermgfeed.com

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Over the next few years, Campbell 's career progressed steadily: she walked the catwalk for such designers as Gianni Versace In 2014, Campbell covered the May issue of Vogue Australia, the September issue of Vogue Japan, and the November " Naomi Campbell fights racism in fashion".

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  Naomi Campbell : combat le racisme dans le prochain numéro de Vogue © Faye's Vision / Cover Images

Naomi Campbell called on the UK to fight racism in her interview for US Vogue magazine. The London-born model looks stunning in a white Dior haute couture gown, posing serenely standing with her eyes closed, and she told the publication it's time for her country to start tackling the issue of equality. “I'd rather have racism right in front of my eyes and know what I'm up against, than suppress it,” she said. Without disrespecting the country where I was born, we must unearth it, put it forward and face it. It should not be put aside any longer.

The 50-year-old star has never been afraid to broach the subject of racism and is often hailed as an advocate for black models and fashion designers. And although she is sometimes described as an "angry black woman," she doesn't want to apologize for saying what she was thinking. “Now I'm happy that everyone is on the same page (when it comes to racism), that everyone feels comfortable talking about their experience without feeling the stigma. But for me, nothing has changed. I will speak in the same way.

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Naomi Campbell was speaking in Lagos, Nigeria, where she is attending the Arise Fashion week, an event that showcases diversity and the best fashion designers from across Africa. She told the BBC's Mayeni Jones that she was baffled when her picture wasn't used, given her family 'genes'.

Supermodel Naomi Campbell has never shied away from using her voice and her platform to champion the causes of Black people — be it speaking out against police brutality and racism within the fashion industry “There should be a Vogue Africa. We just had Vogue Arabia — it is the next progression.

She also revealed that she had been advised not to talk about it so openly in the past for fear of damaging her flourishing career. “There were some things I did when I was younger and I was told they were bad for my career,” she explained. Now the things I do are not just for me anymore. I think more about my culture and my race, rather than myself.

On Instagram, Monday, Naomi Campbell shared her joy at having landed another cover of American Vogue as she passed the milestone of fifty. "50 has been a year of self-discovery, reflection and surprises ... after 27 years, making the cover of American Vogue again is beyond my imagination," she wrote to accompany her cover photo .

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