‘I never used to say the word racism; I just used to say, it’s territorialism.’
Naomi Campbell stuns in a white dress by Dior Haute Couture for the cover of Vogue’s November 2020 issue.
The supermodel opens up to the publication about using her platform to tackle racial disparities in the fashion industry and advocating for Black models.
“I never used to say the word racism; I just used to say, it’s territorialism,” she tells Vouge. “I never wanted people to say that I used that as an excuse, that I was throwing that word out. Now I’m happy that everyone’s all on the same page, that everyone feels comfortable to come out about their experiences without feeling some stigma. But for me, nothing’s changed. I’m going to speak the same way.”
— Vogue Magazine (@voguemagazine) October 19, 2020
As a fashion icon, Campbell is still dealing with the challenges of being misunderstood. When it comes to the “angry Black woman”…