After pursuing a career in modeling, Webb joined the Revlon spokesmodel roster. She was the first black supermodel to obtain a major cosmetics firm exclusive deal. In Spike Lee's Jungle Fever (1991), Webb starred in her first feature picture. Malcolm X, The Big Tease, and Someone Like You... are among her cinematic credits. She also made appearances on Becker, Clueless, Just Shoot Me!, and Damon, where she had a recurring role. Webb made an appearance in the indie motion picture Dirty Laundry in 2006. She has walked the runway for designers like Todd Oldham, Karl Lagerfeld, Isaac Mizrahi, and Azzedine Alaia. Three times, Webb was listed as the best-dressed person by American Vogue. Essays and commentaries by Webb have appeared in Interview, Paper Magazine ("New York City's Style Guide to Downtown Cool"), Details, Elle, The Sunday Times, The New York Times Syndicate, Conde Nast's Cookie magazine, and Panorama, an Italian weekly news magazine. She served as a model for Victoria's Secret's first annual show in 1995. Veronica Webb's autobiographical essay collection Sight: Adventures In The Big City was published by Miramax Books in 1998. Webb co-hosted the inaugural season of Tim Gunn's Style Guide on Bravo. In 2010, Webb was named a member of the Eucerin Skin First Council to promote skin health.
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