She is an iconic supermodel who is known for her effortless sense of style and age-defying looks and at the ARISE Fashion Week she did it again.
And Naomi Campbell ruled the runway as she donned two couture ensembles by South African designer Kluk CGDT during the ARISE Fashion Week event in Lagos, Nigeria on Saturday.
The stunning Vogue coverstar defied her 47 years as she strutted confidently down the runway, clad in an unusual purple, white and yellow geometric print gown, embellished with lavender feathers.
The striking gown, which flashed her toned legs, cinched in at her slender waist with a silk ribbon, and was paired with a pair of vibrant orange and white stiletto sandals.
Her raven tresses were styled sleek and straight, parted in the middle while her beautiful features were enhanced with smoky shadow and fluttery lashes, paired with a rose glossy lip.
The star’s second stunning ensemble saw her pour her toned curves in a metallic gold dress, which featured a glittering tiered tassel skirt and a chrome body, which highlighted her pert assets.
She added extra height to her already statuesque frame with gladiator-style strappy stilettos.
Despite her reputation as one of the world’s most beautiful women, a title which has seen her front campaigns for some of fashion’s biggest brands, Naomi recently admitted she has always been ‘self-conscious’ of her body.
Naomi – whose model looks are as prevalent as ever – revealed her figure insecurities when speaking to GMB hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid about celebrities stripping off and posting nude selfies on social media last month.
Asked for her standpoint on the craze, which is popular with stars including Kim Kardashian and Emily Ratajkowski, she confessed: ‘That’s them. That’s what they want to do.
‘I can’t do it. I’ve always been self-conscious of my body. When I first got to New York, if I wore something tight, I would wrap a cardigan around me to hide my back.’
When a shocked Susanna told Naomi that her revelation would come as a surprise to many of the women watching at home, the modelling icon added: ‘That’s how I’ve always felt. It took me years for me to feel comfortable doing lingerie.’