Naomi Campbell Dazzles in African Brands Designs On Vogue Arabia’s November Edition
Supermodel Naomi Campbell is on the cover of the November 2022 issue of Vogue Arabia, which was captured by fashion photographer Sam Rawadi.
Sam Allison, Ankita Chandra, and Amine Jreissati all contributed to the production, while True North produced the sets. Naomi is wearing an outfit from El Tayeb Nation on the cover; Robert Behar was in charge of styling; Angloma, a makeup artist, and Kiril Vasilev, a hair stylist, are in charge of beauty.
Using her position during public appearances to promote the upcoming generation of designers, supermodel Naomi Campbell is well known for actively promoting obscure international businesses, particularly those from the African continent. Nowhere was it more clear than in the November issue of Vogue Arabia Magazine, where she wore four costumes made by African designers.
According to Naomi Campbell “I think it’s so important to be unified, and for creatives to come together without borders or boundaries to express themselves and what they do. Everyone’s now looking towards Africa for the next big thing, but I’ve been visiting and working in the continent since 1993. When you have the passion to do something it’s from the heart, it’s not a trend. I’ve always believed in the continent. I’m so proud of what I see, and I want to share that with the world”
With an emphasis on African talent, Naomi encouraged emerging artists in this issue and spoke candidly about other issues close to her heart.
Amine Jreissati handled the clothes, Robert Behar handled the styling, Kiril Vasilev handled the hair, and Angloma handled the makeup.
On the cover, Naomi donned a complete look by the Sudanese-French womenswear brand El Tayeb Nation.
The string cape that the timeless beauty wore as her second costume was made entirely out of waste and matched with an off-white pair of thigh-high boots.
Naomi then changed into a fish and chips-themed costume from South African fashion designer Thebe Magugu’s newest SS23 collection. To finish off the ensemble, she wore a pair of red thigh-high boots.
In an Aso-Oke blazer created by Nigerian fashion designer Kenneth Ize, Naomi looked gorgeous. She added bold rings by Noudar and off-white thigh-high boots as accessories.