In New York, Webb pursued a modeling career and eventually became a spokesmodel for Revlon. She was the first black supermodel to win an exclusive contract for a major cosmetics company. In 1985, she appeared briefly in the video for Scritti Politti's "Perfect Way".
She is editor-at-large of Interview magazine, and was a monthly columnist for Paper for five years. Veronica wrote a weekly column on American culture in Panorama, Italy’s popular weekly news magazine, and has contributed as a writer for Details, Esquire, Elle, The London Sunday Times and The New York Times Syndicate. Her film credits include “Animal Husbandry,” “The Big Tease” and Spike Lee’s “Malcolm X” and “Jungle Fever.” She has also been featured in a recurring role on the television show “Damon” and has appeared in “Just Shoot Me,” “Clueless” and “Enter Laughing.”
Ms. Webb dedicates her time to several charitable organizations: LIFEBeat, The National Breast Cancer Coalition, and the RPM Nautical Foundation