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Naomi Campbell welcomes assault claim apology

Supermodel Naomi Campbell said she wanted to move on from an incident in which she was accused of assaulting a driver from the back seat of a luxury 4x4, after he said he regretted involving the police.

Naomi Campbell won't face charges over 'attack'

Supermodel Naomi Campbell looked to have avoided facing another assault charge today after being accused of hitting her driver in New York.

How I learned to use fame to help others, by supermodel Naomi Campbell

Naomi Campbell said her generation of supermodels never thought about being celebrities but she has now learned to use her fame to help others.

Naomi Campbell wins Elle Style outstanding contribution award

Supermodel Naomi Campbell scooped the Outstanding Contribution award at the Elle Style awards last night.

Naomi Campbell hosts Haiti show that mourns McQueen

Model Naomi Campbell spearheaded a fundraiser fashion show yesterday to benefit Haiti featuring outfits from some of the world's top designers and a tribute to British designer Alexander McQueen.

Donatella Versace: 'I'm not a believer in the natural look'

She likes her egos big – and hair even bigger. She thinks it's time models were super again. Donatella Versace presents her fashion manifesto to Jo-Ann Furniss for Love magazine

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Sarah's heroes: The PM's wife has been making friends in surprising places.

Together they have trudged through mud at Glastonbury and dined at countless functions in aid of maternal health. But Sarah Brown has now sealed her unlikely friendship with Naomi Campbell by nominating the supermodel as her 21st-century heroine.

Ready to Wear: Society holds up an image of beauty that is impossible to achieve

Models – like children – should be seen and not heard. Most recently, proof came in the form of Kate Moss who, promoting her latest fragrance, agreed to a rare – indeed, very rare – interview with Women's Wear Daily. Her choice of a paper aimed at industry insiders was a careful one. It did not protect her from mainstream attention, however.

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Stephen Glover: This admission of guilt might be an own goal by the press

Nine out of ten people will probably sympathise with England's football manager, Fabio Capello, who has received an apology from two newspapers after being photographed on holiday on a beach. The News of the World and the Daily Mail have also paid what are described as "substantial donations" to charities chosen by Mr Capello.

Party Of The Week: Oh, what a great Knight

Fashion met art at Somerset House on Monday night at the opening party for photographer Nick Knight's new exhibition 'SHOWstudio: Fashion Revolution'. Housed in the new home of London Fashion Week, which has been in full swing, it showcases works from Knight's pioneering online fashion and art project 'SHOWstudio', a series of online collaborations, with photographers, artists, writers and designers, which offers an insight into the high-end world of fashion, with projects, film and live performance.

It's never dull in my wild world of Amy, Katie, Naomi and Michael

Alan Edwards is the publicist to the A-list. He tells Ian Burrell the secret of working with the tabloids and building an empire in PR

Pandora: Lammy takes a break from his brief

Pandora very much hopes that David Lammy – MP and Mastermind contestant extraordinaire – hasn't ruffled too many Foreign Office feathers with his recent article in support of London's Tamil protests.

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