Supermodel and social activist Naomi Campbell has shown interest in doing a masterclass with Indian girls to pass on the knowledge that she has gained over the years.
I plan to come back to India next year and the year after.
"I would want to share the knowledge that I have learnt and would like to pass it on," Campbell, 47, said while speaking at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit in New Delhi on Friday.
“I would like to do a masterclass with young girls, not just for those who want to be models but to boost confidence,” she shared.
Born in London and a fan of saris, the model first visited India in 1994 and has been a frequent visitor to the country since then.
Her love for India doesn't end with saris. "When I was doing yoga in England, it wasn't clicking. I couldn't understand the mind, body and spirit part. I shut my phone and went to Kerala. I learnt yoga in 2012. It was such an amazing experience. I felt the peace and calm. I was a late bloomer to yoga," she said.
She also busted a few myths about models.
"It's a myth that models are air heads or models shouldn't speak. Everyone has a personality and your career extends if you have your own personality," said Campbell, who joined the fashion industry when she was just a teenager.