Supermodel Naomi Campbell walks the ramp during an event.
Naomi Campbell believes air conditioning gives her wrinkles, so she makes sure she switches it off when she goes to bed.
"I just love this room, it's just chilled. We have air conditioning. I don't personally sleep in air conditioning. I don't like it, it gives wrinkles, I believe," Campbell said during a tour of her luxury villa in Malindi, Kenya, reports a section of the media.
She is a big fan of hydrotherapy treatments. "So, this is hydrotherapy. You're getting like the bath for like 30 minutes. And then after they wrap you, they cover you with mud and they sink you in this one and you sink down, down, down, down, but your skin, good detox," she said.
Campbell added that it's about detoxing, peeling out all the toxins.
"That's what you want to do when you go away and chill. I recommend all my friends when they come here and all my guests to do this on the first day, so that they have the best sleep ever the first one," she shared.
Former Miss World from India, Manushi Chillar, recalls winning the title and how she brought pride for the country.
Michael Kors paid tribute to Broadway in his 40th anniversary show on Tuesday, with a collection that celebrated a night out in the New York theatre district.
Hailey Bieber, who is married to pop star Justin Bieber, says she has limited the use of Instagram owing to heavy trolling.
The European Commission is working on a "Digital Green Pass" that would provide proof of vaccination and COVID-19 test results, with the aim of making travel easier for people in the European Union and abroad. The pass may be available from June, but countries are already getting ready for tourists.
Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted, 71, who grew up on Caribbean island of Trinidad and later became a citizen of Denmark, was awarded the prize in recognition of her achievements in pioneering fish-based food systems to improve nutrition, health and livelihoods for millions around the world.
Hoping to prove a cut above the competition, Pakistani barber Ali Abbas relies on an unusual array of tools to practice his craft -- including blowtorches, meat cleavers, and even broken glass.
Instagram and Twitter have blamed technical errors for deleting posts mentioning the ransack of Palestinians from East Jerusalem, but data rights groups fear "discriminatory" algorithms are at work and want greater transparency.