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From legendary personalities and award-winning artists to rising stars in entertainment, Outside’s reputation for looking after the best in the business is unquestionable. Our established connections with media in fashion, music, showbiz and lifestyle mean not only positive results but also a 360-degree impact with a strong, consistent voice. We are renowned for our integrity and ability to work calmly under high pressure and crisis situations. Our tenacity and attention to detail mean clients always feel looked after, which is reflected in enduring decade-long relationships we have with some of the biggest household names in the world.

NAOMI CAMPBELL

Supermodel, entrepreneur, activist, provocateur and icon. Naomi Campbell has been captivating the fashion world for three decades, gracing the covers of more than 500 magazines and featuring in the most elite editorial and advertising campaigns. She was the first black model to appear on the covers of TIME Magazine and French Vogue, and continues to be a favorite subject for some of the best photographers of the ’80s, ’90s, and today.

Campbell has showcased her astonishing success and rise to superstardom in a signed, limited, two-volume Collector’s Edition text  that celebrates her career through both images and autobiographical text alike. Volume 1 presents the finest of Campbell’s portfolio and her work with legendary photographers, while the second volume features an extensive look into the development of Campbell’s modeling career and her work with fashion’s most extraordinary designers. Volume 1 is also presented through the dazzling artwork of British pop artist Allen Jones in a magnificent, oversized, busty cover. Speaking on his art, Jones mentions, “It does not attempt to illustrate Naomi, but to encapsulate her”. 

BEVERLEY KNIGHT 

With the release of her first album; The B-Funk, Beverley Knight has released eight studio albums to date. Labelled as one of Britain’s greatest soul singers, Beverley is best known for her hit singles “Greatest Day”, “Get Up!”, “Shoulda Woulda Coulda” and “Come as You Are”.

In 2006 Beverley starred in the BBC music TV series ‘Just the Two of Us’, a role she reprised in 2007. After releasing a platinum-selling compilation album in 2006, Knight went on to tour the UK with a reformed Take That. She has also hosted four series of the BBC Radio 2 show ‘Beverley’s Gospel Nights’, which explored the origins and impact of gospel music.

After more than a decade in the industry, Knight was made an MBE by Queen Elizabeth II in 2007 for recognition of her charitable work and the contribution she has made to British music.

Knight also sang at the London 2012 Paralympic Opening Ceremony. The performance was unanimously praised and a recorded version by Beverley reached #101 on iTunes, her first charting single since “Soul Survivor” and highest since “Beautiful Night” in 2010 and 2009.

Outside has helped steer Beverley’s transformation into musical theatre where she has won many plaudits and is regarded as the current Queen Of the West End. In September 2013, Knight made her first appearance in The Bodyguard, taking over the lead role of Rachel Marron from Heather Headley, a role Beverley still holds today.