Supermodel/Humanitarian Modeling since the late 1970s, Iman is one of the fashion industry's most famous supermodels. The Somali beauty has appeared on the covers of countless high-end magazines, modeled for the top designers and excelled during a time when people of African descent were scarce in fashion. She is owner of her own multi-million dollar cosmetics line, Iman Cosmetics, which specializes in shades for women of color. Iman is also an author, actress, humanitarian and creator of Global Chic, a fashion line sold exclusively on HSN. She also hosted Bravo's Project Runway Canada and The Fashion Show: Ultimate Collection.

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