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Naomi Campbell, 50, dares to bare in stunning topless beach shoot at her Kenya home

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Naomi Campbell went topless in a stunning photoshoot at her home in Kenya (Picture: i-D magazine)

Naomi Campbell has stripped off for an incredible new photoshoot taken at her home in Kenya.

The model, 50, poses on the beach wearing only black underwear in the shots, taken for i-D magazine.

Adorned in a striking, leafy headpiece and her braided hair falling over her shoulders, Naomi smiles as she walks through the waves looking every inch a goddess.

In another black and white shot she lounges against the wall of a building in a bejewelled dress over her bare chest.

Another stunning image depicts the star posing on a mean-looking quad bike (we like to think she took it for a spin, too).

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Naomi shared that she has been ‘taking it easy’ these days due to the ongoing pandemic, but is still be working with the orphanage she supports there.

i-D unveils the second cover star of its Spring issue, Supermodel Naomi Campbell photographed at her sanctuary in Kenya over Christmas by Luis Alberto Rodriguez. Under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief Alastair McKimm, i-D?s first print offering of 2021, ?The Utopia in Dystopia Issue?, will focus on the stories around the people, places and voices that inspire i-D. The issue looks to the future, to creating our own utopia during these dystopian times, and looks to the reconnection and the creative renaissance that will emerge after the upheavals of 2020. For her i-D cover story, the legendary model discusses the beauty of her utopia, Kenya, why representation behind the lens in fashion matters and her hopes for an extraordinary 2021. ?I?m proud, humbled and happy to be part of a shoot with young creatives that are all my skin colour? It?s very rare that this has happened to me. Luis is the third photographer of colour I?ve worked with in my whole career in fashion.
The model is the cover star for i-D magazine (Picture: i-D/Luis Alberto Rodriguez)
i-D unveils the second cover star of its Spring issue, Supermodel Naomi Campbell photographed at her sanctuary in Kenya over Christmas by Luis Alberto Rodriguez. Under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief Alastair McKimm, i-D?s first print offering of 2021, ?The Utopia in Dystopia Issue?, will focus on the stories around the people, places and voices that inspire i-D. The issue looks to the future, to creating our own utopia during these dystopian times, and looks to the reconnection and the creative renaissance that will emerge after the upheavals of 2020. For her i-D cover story, the legendary model discusses the beauty of her utopia, Kenya, why representation behind the lens in fashion matters and her hopes for an extraordinary 2021. ?I?m proud, humbled and happy to be part of a shoot with young creatives that are all my skin colour? It?s very rare that this has happened to me. Luis is the third photographer of colour I?ve worked with in my whole career in fashion.
Naomi poses in only black underwear and a headpiece in one stunning shot (Picture: i-D/Luis Alberto Rodriguez)
i-D unveils the second cover star of its Spring issue, Supermodel Naomi Campbell photographed at her sanctuary in Kenya over Christmas by Luis Alberto Rodriguez. Under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief Alastair McKimm, i-D?s first print offering of 2021, ?The Utopia in Dystopia Issue?, will focus on the stories around the people, places and voices that inspire i-D. The issue looks to the future, to creating our own utopia during these dystopian times, and looks to the reconnection and the creative renaissance that will emerge after the upheavals of 2020. For her i-D cover story, the legendary model discusses the beauty of her utopia, Kenya, why representation behind the lens in fashion matters and her hopes for an extraordinary 2021. ?I?m proud, humbled and happy to be part of a shoot with young creatives that are all my skin colour? It?s very rare that this has happened to me. Luis is the third photographer of colour I?ve worked with in my whole career in fashion.
She bravely bared all in the photoshoot (Picture: i-D/Luis Alberto Rodriguez)
i-D unveils the second cover star of its Spring issue, Supermodel Naomi Campbell photographed at her sanctuary in Kenya over Christmas by Luis Alberto Rodriguez. Under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief Alastair McKimm, i-D?s first print offering of 2021, ?The Utopia in Dystopia Issue?, will focus on the stories around the people, places and voices that inspire i-D. The issue looks to the future, to creating our own utopia during these dystopian times, and looks to the reconnection and the creative renaissance that will emerge after the upheavals of 2020. For her i-D cover story, the legendary model discusses the beauty of her utopia, Kenya, why representation behind the lens in fashion matters and her hopes for an extraordinary 2021. ?I?m proud, humbled and happy to be part of a shoot with young creatives that are all my skin colour? It?s very rare that this has happened to me. Luis is the third photographer of colour I?ve worked with in my whole career in fashion.
The 50-year-old revealed she has only worked with a photographer of colour three times in her career (Picture: i-D/Luis Alberto Rodriguez)
i-D unveils the second cover star of its Spring issue, Supermodel Naomi Campbell photographed at her sanctuary in Kenya over Christmas by Luis Alberto Rodriguez. Under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief Alastair McKimm, i-D?s first print offering of 2021, ?The Utopia in Dystopia Issue?, will focus on the stories around the people, places and voices that inspire i-D. The issue looks to the future, to creating our own utopia during these dystopian times, and looks to the reconnection and the creative renaissance that will emerge after the upheavals of 2020. For her i-D cover story, the legendary model discusses the beauty of her utopia, Kenya, why representation behind the lens in fashion matters and her hopes for an extraordinary 2021. ?I?m proud, humbled and happy to be part of a shoot with young creatives that are all my skin colour? It?s very rare that this has happened to me. Luis is the third photographer of colour I?ve worked with in my whole career in fashion.
The shoot took place in December 2020 (Picture: i-D/Luis Alberto Rodriguez)

‘I didn’t want to let them down’ she said.

The pictorial was taken over Christmas by photographer Luis Alberto Rodriguez.

i-D unveils the second cover star of its Spring issue, Supermodel Naomi Campbell photographed at her sanctuary in Kenya over Christmas by Luis Alberto Rodriguez. Under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief Alastair McKimm, i-D?s first print offering of 2021, ?The Utopia in Dystopia Issue?, will focus on the stories around the people, places and voices that inspire i-D. The issue looks to the future, to creating our own utopia during these dystopian times, and looks to the reconnection and the creative renaissance that will emerge after the upheavals of 2020. For her i-D cover story, the legendary model discusses the beauty of her utopia, Kenya, why representation behind the lens in fashion matters and her hopes for an extraordinary 2021. ?I?m proud, humbled and happy to be part of a shoot with young creatives that are all my skin colour? It?s very rare that this has happened to me. Luis is the third photographer of colour I?ve worked with in my whole career in fashion.
The star hopes the photoshoot will help people see the beauty of Africa (Picture: i-D/Luis Alberto Rodriguez)
i-D unveils the second cover star of its Spring issue, Supermodel Naomi Campbell photographed at her sanctuary in Kenya over Christmas by Luis Alberto Rodriguez. Under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief Alastair McKimm, i-D?s first print offering of 2021, ?The Utopia in Dystopia Issue?, will focus on the stories around the people, places and voices that inspire i-D. The issue looks to the future, to creating our own utopia during these dystopian times, and looks to the reconnection and the creative renaissance that will emerge after the upheavals of 2020. For her i-D cover story, the legendary model discusses the beauty of her utopia, Kenya, why representation behind the lens in fashion matters and her hopes for an extraordinary 2021. ?I?m proud, humbled and happy to be part of a shoot with young creatives that are all my skin colour? It?s very rare that this has happened to me. Luis is the third photographer of colour I?ve worked with in my whole career in fashion.
The model has supporting an orphanage in Kenya (Picture: i-D/Luis Alberto Rodriguez)

Naomi noted that in her entire career she has only worked with three photographers of colour, adding that Luis made her feel ‘at ease’.

The supermodel said she hoped the photos will help people ‘see that Kenya is beautiful, that Africa is beautiful’.

i-D unveils the second cover star of its Spring issue, Supermodel Naomi Campbell photographed at her sanctuary in Kenya over Christmas by Luis Alberto Rodriguez. Under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief Alastair McKimm, i-D?s first print offering of 2021, ?The Utopia in Dystopia Issue?, will focus on the stories around the people, places and voices that inspire i-D. The issue looks to the future, to creating our own utopia during these dystopian times, and looks to the reconnection and the creative renaissance that will emerge after the upheavals of 2020. For her i-D cover story, the legendary model discusses the beauty of her utopia, Kenya, why representation behind the lens in fashion matters and her hopes for an extraordinary 2021. ?I?m proud, humbled and happy to be part of a shoot with young creatives that are all my skin colour? It?s very rare that this has happened to me. Luis is the third photographer of colour I?ve worked with in my whole career in fashion.
Naomi stuns in a floral outfit (Picture: i-D/Luis Alberto Rodriguez)

She continued to the magazine: ‘ I think people now are going to really open their minds and start to understand that real beauty is in Africa.

‘There are so many gems, so many hidden secrets. I’ve been coming here since 1994 and I’m still discovering things.’

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