Naomi Campbell wants to launch her own clothing line.
The 45-year-old supermodel - whose career has spanned four decades and began when she was first signed to Synchro Model Agency at the age of 15 - has a lot of goals she still wants to achieve, including having her own brand that will carry her name.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror newspaper about her fashion related aspirations, she said: "I've not arrived at my destination. I want to put out my own brands with my own name on them. As much as I love working with designers I want to put out my own clothes."
Naomi has also opened up her about her hectic jet-setting lifestyle, and admits travelling around the globe constantly can takes its toll on her body.
The 'Empire' actress explained: "I was 30 years in the business last week. When you are on the road labelling and are on the road all the time it is tiring. I lost it on Sunday. I was exhausted. I get about six planes a week. You may think I have it all. I was stressed at the weekend and when I get stressed I internalise everything and I think I can cope with it all. I was just exhausted and it all came to a head. We all get stress."
Naomi launched her retrospective two-volume, collectible book 'Naomi Campbell' - published by Taschen - on Monday (18.04.16).
Volume 1 contains highlights from her fashion career including shoots taken by photographers Richard Avedon, Anton Corbijn, Patrick Demarchelier, Mario Testino, Ellen von Unwerth and Bruce Weber, among others.
Volume 2 contains extensive autobiographical text, illustrated by magazine covers, adverts, never-before-seen personal snapshots from Naomi's private life.