“I’m not a vogue,” the first woman in the magazine’s history to walk the red carpet for a cover shoot, said on Thursday.
“I am the first person to be a part of this.” “
The only thing that I have to say about this is that I’m really happy that I can share the moment with all of you,” she added.
“I am the first person to be a part of this.”
In her debut appearance on the cover of Vogue, Naomi Campbell wore a red dress and veil.
“Vogue is for women, men, everyone,” she said.
“We can be the best and the most fabulous in the world, and we’re going to make it as well.”
The magazine’s cover shoot in New York’s Central Park features a range of models.
One woman wore a white dress and a veil.
Another wore a pink gown.
The two-page spread was the second of five that the magazine has been showing in New Zealand.
Campbell has been featured in Vogue since March 2012, when she was just 15.
Her cover shoot with Naomi Campbell in New Brunswick, N.B., was held in December 2014.
Campbell was recently photographed with former Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and was featured in the September issue of V.O.S. Magazine.
The cover shot with Campbell was featured on the Vogue’s website.