Yasmin was among the models photographed for the latest issue of British Vogue, in a spread spotlighting the sassy side of spring/summer 2021. This has been her first appearance in a fashion shoot for over a year.
To mark the launch of Alaïa Edition at Net-a-Porter, Yasmin along with fellow model Cindy Bruna and actor/musician Zhu Zhu were asked to share their memories working with the late couturier and the impact that his designs have had in their lives.
Yasmin Le Bon has achieved what few other models ever have: over the course of her 30+ years in the fashion industry, she has
appeared on the covers of about 300 magazines from across the globe, including the first issues of British and American Elle and
31 Elle covers total, three issues of Italian Vogue, and 10 international editions of Harper's Bazaar; been shot by some of the world's
most talented photographers from Horst to Demarchelier and Lindbergh; and been a favorite of designers Azzedine Alaïa, Valentino,
Karl Lagerfeld, Philip Treacy, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, and Ralph Lauren, just to name a few.
Along with her stellar career, she has cultivated a happy yet tumultous family life in southwest London with her husband, Simon Le Bon
of Duran Duran (whom she married in December 1985), their three daughters, and their menagerie of cats and dogs.
Not content to limit herself to modelling, Yasmin has frequently made forays into design, in the form of a line of dog accessories for
Mungo & Maud and clothing collections for Wallis and Winser London (the latter of which first premiered in autumn 2016).
Yasmin has long used her celebrity to raise awareness of many causes, particularly those dedicated towards breast cancer prevention, pediatric medicine, conservation, and the environment. Visit the link below to learn about some of the causes to which she has pledged her support.