Naomi Campbell showcases her iconic style and runway presence at London's V&A in a groundbreaking exhibition, titled 'Naomi: In Fashion', which the museum claims is the first dedicated solely to a model. This showcase explores the illustrious career of one of the most recognizable figures in fashion, highlighting pivotal looks she has modeled and her significant influence and activism. Opening to the public on Saturday, the exhibition includes stunning gowns, high heels, and a collection of Campbell's fashion photographs and magazine covers, curated by former British Vogue editor Edward Enninful. Sonnet Stanfill, the V&A's senior fashion curator, noted that while numerous exhibitions focus on designers and photographers, models are often overlooked. Campbell's 40-year career, working with top designers and photographers, and her advocacy for emerging creatives, underscores her exemplary status in the industry. Starting her career as a teenager, Campbell has modeled for prestigious brands like Versace, Chanel, Prada, and Dolce & Gabbana, and has been a champion for African designers. She made history as the first Black model on the covers of French Vogue and Time magazine, and the first on American Vogue's influential September issue. The exhibition features outfits from renowned designers like Gianni Versace and Azzedine Alaïa, alongside African designers such as Kenneth Ize and Thebe Magugu. Notable pieces include the Dolce & Gabbana dress worn during her community service in New York and the blue platform shoes from Vivienne Westwood's 1993 show. Running until April 6, 2025, the exhibition also features commentary from Campbell reflecting on her career milestones and includes a mock catwalk for visitors to emulate her iconic walk.