Naomi Campbell Stuns At The Alexander McQueen Fashion Show
Star of the 1990s, Naomi Campbell is still incredibly beautiful though she is 52 years old. She turned heads at Alexandre McQueen's fashion show and proved that age is just a number.
The supermodel stunned in a figure-hugging bejeweled jumpsuit featuring sequin and crystal embellishment with two cutouts at the shoulder and around her thighs. The piece featured murky gold and light champagne hues as well as whites and blacks, with a large central, almost splodge-like, motif.
Naomi Campbell Dazzling In Her 50s At Alexander McQueen Show
Naomi Campbell's hair was styled in billowing waves and she rocked a dramatic winged smokey eye look. She accessorized her glittering second-skin catsuit with silver hoop earrings and statement metal rings.
The VIP event took place at the Old Royal Naval College in London and was attended by some of the biggest names in showbiz including Janet Jackson and model Lara Stone.
Last year in May, Naomi Campbell became a mother, giving birth to a baby girl. The ex-supermodel got back in shape and still turns heads at 52 years old. Earlier this year, Naomi Campbell’s daughter made her British Vogue debut at just nine months old.
The supermodel didn't want to talk about her baby's conception and simply said: "She wasn’t adopted – she’s my child."
Naomi told British Vogue: "I can count on one hand the number of people who knew that I was having her. But she is the biggest blessing I could ever imagine. It’s the best thing I’ve ever done."
"She’s a good girl: she sleeps very well, she hardly ever cries and I’m told she’s very alert for her age."
Supermodel Naomi Campbell Made Her Debut At The Age Of 7
Naomi Campbell's first public appearance was at the age of seven, appearing in the video Is This Love? of Bob Marley.
Along with Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista, she formed a trio of supermodels known as the "Trinity", and then by extension, together with Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer, and Kate Moss were collectively called the "Big Six".