Naomi Campbell Gives Gold Beats By Dre Headphones To World Cup Winners

The World Cup is over and the players of the winning country Germany will receive another gift, this time from the electronic brand Beats by Dr. Dre. More specifically it is a 24 carat gold headset exclusively made ​​for them. And to make  the gift even more impressive the campaign was photographed by Rankin and dubbed “The Golden Project” starring Naomi Campbell.

Speaking about the shoot, Naomi Campbell commented: ‘Working on the ‘Golden’ project with Beats by Dre was so much fun. The shoot was loud and energetic… I even got to practice my football skills!Naomi added: ‘This was the first time I’ve had the chance to work with the legendary Rankin, so it was a dream shoot.

Naomi Campbell Reacts to Kim Kardashian, Kanye West Vogue Cover

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Naomi Campbell was invited to a morning show in Australia and when she was asked to comment on the cover of Vogue of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West hwe reaction was priceless. 
Campbell initially replied: “I do not want to comment.”
and immediately breaks into laughter! Even when the reporter asked why she doesn’t want to comment on the fact she replied:
“Because I’m a fashion model and I’ve been working for 28 years.
“And when you get a Vogue cover it’s a build in your career… it’s a stepping stone to achieve that. And I’m a fashion model, so what more can I say?
The presenters then asked Campbell whether she was suggesting that Kardashian and West had not earned the right to feature on the cover of the publication, which is edited by Anna Wintour.

“Those are your words,” Campbell replied. “I’m being politically correct. That’s Anna Wintour’s choice to put them on the cover of her magazine. Who’s to question it?”

Naomi Campbell: The First Lady of Fashion.

Naomi Campbell embodies Michelle Obama

In Ghana Naomi Campbell was photographed by Willy Vanderperre under the stylistic Edward Enninful instructions and the result is the editorial ”Naomi Campbell: The First Lady of Fashion”, hosted on pages of magazine W. H Campbell among others wore creations by Nina Ricci, Giorgio Armani, Prada and Dior, a timeless stylistic journey in the decades of 40 and 60.

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