Those watching her strut her way around the runway in Milan for designer Donatella Versace, would have to agree. She may have inherited her supermodel talents from her mother, Valerie Morris, who was a Jamaican dancer, but Naomi herself studied ballet at the Italia Conti stage school in London. Born there in 1970, one of Campbell’s first performances was in 1977 when she made an appearance in Bob Marley’s music video “Is This Love.” She also appeared in other Madonna’s, “Erotica,” video and Michael Jackson’s “In The Closet,” and Culture Club’s, “I’ll Tumble For Ya.”
Campbell’s first cat-walk came in 1986 but acting was also a talent she decided to pursue. In addition to performing in music videos, Campbell was cast in sitcoms in the early to mid 1980’s such as The Cosby Show and Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. In 2013, she created her own television reality series called The Face, and at one time even embarked on a singing career with a hit called “Love and Tears,” which sold over 1 million copies. Most recently, she has had more dramatic roles in series such as Undercover and Empire but you can currently catch Campbell in a recurring role on the Fox series, Star. In this brand new series, she plays the mother of a young singer whose dreams of being a star takes her into the cut-throat side of the music industry.
In addition to having a successful modeling and acting career, Naomi Campbell has been known break social barriers. She was the first black woman model to grace the covers of both French Vogue and Time, and is an adversary for encouraging diversity on the runways.
Naomi Campbell’s resume is that of a super model, an actress, a singer and a role model for women of all ages.
What is Fabletics?
Fabletics is a company co-founded by Kate Hudson that sells active wears online. By going on the website www.fabletics.com, you will find many affordable and in style athletic clothes to choose from. If it is your first time purchasing an outfit on Fabletics, it will be discounted to only $25.
By going on the website, the first thing that you will see in Adweek’s news about the bleeped word in their ads is a pop up that offers you to sign up as a VIP member. It will ask you to take a quiz to let Fabletics know your lifestyle better so that they can suggest outfits for you.
Each Fabletics outfit costs around $100. So by signing up as a VIP member, you will be able to purchase these outfits for only $49.95. Do not forget that VIP members always receive free shipping on every order.
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By subscribing to Fabletics, you will have the chance to pick out an outfit from every new collection that come out every month. You will receive a choice of outfits on the first of each month. You can pick an outfit from the new collection or from the previous collections on Wikipedia.org. All you need to do is log in between the 1st and the 5th of the month in order to make your selection or press “Skip this month”. Be careful, if you do not take action during this time, you will be charged $49.95 on the 6th of the month.
No outfits will ever be shipped without your approval. So you can apply your credit to what you want to purchase when you log in.
Cancelling VIP Membership
If you decide to cancel you Fabletics VIP Membership, just call 1-844-322-5384 and press 4. This will take you to someone that can close the account for you.
Return and Exchange Policies
You can return any Fabletics outfit within 30 days of the date of shipment.