NEW YORK : Eileen Ford, whose Ford Models agency grew into an international powerhouse and fostered the careers of a plethora of super models including Naomi Campbell, has died. She was 92. She died Wednesday night, a spokeswoman for Ford Models told AFP. Born in New York and herself a former model, Ford urged absolute professionalism from her charges. Her agency, which she founded in 1946 with her husband, launched some of fashion’s biggest names onto the catwalk, including Campbell, Lauren Hutton, Christie Brinkley, Brooke Shields, Kim Bassinger and Christy Turlington.