She's one of the most iconic supermodels of all time - and now she might be working on her very own fashion line. That's right, Naomi Campbell could be about to trade modelling for moodboards and try her hand at designing.
The Streatham-born model, 44, has already successfully made moves into TV production with model-search TV show 'The Face' and is due to release three books next year release three books - two image-based and one anthology of nudes captured by Paolo Roversi. But it seems her quest for fashion world domination continues.
In an interview with the Mail Online, Naomi explained that she's in talks with a few brands about the move. She said: 'I've been approached by a few brands to design a line for them. It's something that interests me and I'm in negotiations.'
There's no word yet on Naomi plans to work with, although she has plenty of designer friends including Azzedine Alaïa, Roberto Cavalli, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. She also hinted about her passion for designing at recent fashion event, telling visitors she'd like to design clothes that everyone would love.
Now I've grown up a bit more... I will design not just for women of colour, but for all,' she said. 'I see there's lots of things that are not there that I feel that I'd like to have, and so I'd like to share it with everybody.'
Naomi isn't the first model to move over to the other side of the business. Kate Moss has her ever-popular Topshop collections, Cara Delevingne's designed bags for Mulberry and is working on a fashion line for DKNY and Agyness Deyn's about to launch her first collection Title A. We can't wait to see what her collection's like...