Along with Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell reigned as one of the biggest supermodels of the 1990s. Now the gorgeous glamazon, who is as renowned for her fiery temper nearly as much as for her legendary catwalk career, is the subject of a lavish coffee table book that sells for a staggering $1,750.
Naomi Campbell features plenty of jaw-dropping photos of the first black model to make the covers of French Vogue and Time, as well as plenty of beautifully arty shots from top photographers. The pics range from Peter Lindbergh's snaps of Campbell channeling jazz icon Josephine Baker for Italian Vogue to Jean-Paul Goude’s shot of the British model racing a cheetah for Harper's Bazaar.
The limited-edition tome, which goes on sale April 7 but can be pre-ordered here, comes in a nifty pop-art package inspired by Campbell's flawless figure and designed by British fetish furniture designer Allen Jones. For diehard Naomi nuts, this book is a must.