Skepta and Naomi Campbell appear on the cover of the latest issue of British GQ.
One shot sees Campbell sporting a pair of Mains boxers, the clothing company founded by the grime MC.
According to GQ, Campbell and Skepta talk “race, sex, love and black power” in the interview.
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Naomi Campbell and Skepta, two urgent voices of Black Britain, come together for GQ’s next cover: model, activist and businesswoman @iamnaomicampbell and grime artist @skeptagram talk race, sex, love and black power in the April 2018 issue of #GQ, out Thursday 8 March. (? @anlestudio, styling and creative direction @lejenke, design direction @paulsolomonsgq, briefs @mainslondon) // Follow #GQ Editor @dylanjonesgq
Both Skepta and Naomi Campbell attended the VO5 NME Awards 2018 on February 14 at the O2 Academy Brixton in London.
The legendary model Campbell joined us backstage to talk Liam Gallagher and reveal who her Godlike Genius is. Watch that chat beneath.
Speaking to NME backstage, Pale Waves described fashion icon Campbell as “lovely”.
“She’s an absolute ledge,” singer Heather Baron-Gracie added. “She’s sat at our table. She just complimented us when we came off stage. She’s an absolute hero.”
NME‘s Jordan Bassett wrote that the performance “left us in no about about the kind of night we were about to witness: showbiz razzle-dazzle, a little debauchery – and tons of bloody fun.”