With her regal frame, arresting features, and sharp wit, Iman was a supermodel personified. The Somali-born Iman forever changed the face of high fashion, breaking all barriers that had previously prevented black models from striding down the most elite catwalks, landing lucrative beauty contracts, and gracing magazine covers. At the height of her career, Iman worked with some of the world's most famed photographers and designers. She also won over British rock icon, David Bowie, whom she married in 1992. After she retired from modeling, Iman went on to helm a successful cosmetics line for women of color, appeared in a number of film and TV roles, and became the spokeswoman for various humanitarian causes. In 2010, Iman starred on the reality competition series "The Fashion Show" (Bravo, 2010- ), where she inspired fashion confidence, and at the same time, cemented her place in fashion as one of its most multifaceted and influential personalities.