British supermodel covers the latest issue of ES Magazine out today and talks candidly about her life, career and infamous fiery temper. Photographed by David Roemer, Naomi looks fierce in mainly black looks with her long hair left down for the shoot. On the cover, the supermodel wears a sheer body suit and inside she is seen in in a tiny crop top with long sleeves and briefs which show off her amazing figure.
In another image, the 45-year-old goes topless wearing only a pair of khaki joggers and black cage heels, using her long hair to cover her breasts. Yet another image shows the model topless with one breast covered with her hand and the other with a leopard print coat draped across her naked body.
In the piece entitled ‘No More Miss Nasty’, Naomi talks candidly about her life, her plans for 2015 and her upcoming project to raise awareness of Ebola which will see her sell her and her friend’s clothes as well as designer pieces at a pop-up shop in Westfield London’s The Village with proceeds going towards her Fashion for Relief campaign to help stop the spread of Ebola. Let’s see what she had to say.
On her fiery temper:
“I wasn’t always happy. I’m happy now. What has made me so happy is just accepting life on life’s terms, trying not to control everything, going with the flow, doing what I want to do. That’s what’s important.”
On social media:
“I Instagram but I don’t give my life away. I believe you have to let people see certain things, but I don’t show personal things. I give a little. It’s a fine line.”
“Finding a cure for Ebola is in everyone’s interest right now. There is no peace of mind until we know that something can be done.”
Read the full interview here.
The Fashion for Relief Pop-up Store is open at The Village, Westfield London from 28 November to 4 December as part of Westfield’s Big Shopping Weekend.