Naomi Campbell was seen sharing a friendly kiss with a male companion at the Burberry Spring/Summer 2024 show during London Fashion Week on Monday.
The model, 53, looked typically chic in a green patterned coat and matching pants.
She boosted her height with pointy heels and hid her eyes behind oversized sunglasses at the star-studded event.
Naomi was then pictured entering the room, arm in arm, with another friend.
It comes after Naomi revealed the real reason she collaborated with PrettyLittleThing in a new documentary.
Sweet: Naomi Campbell was seen sharing a friendly kiss with a male companion at the Burberry Spring/Summer 2024 show during London Fashion Week on Monday.
Stunning: The 53-year-old model looked typically chic in a green patterned coat and matching pants.
The model surprised fans earlier this year when she revealed she had teamed up with the online fashion retailer to create her Designed by Naomi Campbell collection.
And in a new two-part film, Naomi revealed she didn’t even think the “younger generation” knew who she was.
Naomi could be seen donning a number of fashionable looks as she let the camera behind the scenes and took a look at the creative process behind her collection.
She told the camera: “I get to talk to a younger generation that I didn’t even know who I was.”
“When I think about fashion, fashion doesn’t discriminate. I can’t wait to see all these lovely young women wearing my designs.
She added: “I want young girls to leverage this collection to be themselves, to feel confident in the way they wear these clothes that I designed and to interpret who they are.” are in these clothes. So they bring their own essence and style to the outfits.
The stunner speaks to the designers of several pieces from the fashion range, calling a black blazer dress “classic”, while noting that a racy crystal dress needed to be “longer”.
The clip also shows Naomi examining mood boards, attending fittings and declaring what seems to be working and what isn’t as she put on the graft before a photo shoot and of course her NYFW week show which launched the collection of 90 pieces.
Stylish: She boosted her height with pointed heels and hid her eyes behind oversized sunglasses at the star-studded event.
Beauty: She styled her raven tresses in a glamorous blow dry
Friends: Naomi was then photographed entering the room, arm in arm, with another male friend.
LFW: London Fashion Week 2023 will take place from September 15-19 and will showcase both men’s and women’s fashion.
She was also heard sharing her passion for clothing, noting that she wanted people to buy the pieces and keep them.
While another woman added: “We’re six weeks away from our photoshoot, I can’t wait for everyone to see this collection!”
PrettyLittleThing says the documentary is sure to “resonate with fashion enthusiasts around the world” as it chronicles “the inner workings” of the pioneering “fashion synergy.”
Last week, a star-studded guest list including Emily Ratajowski, Tommy Dorfman, Lori Harvey and Molly-Mae Hague visited Cipriani’s in New York to attend the unveiling of Naomi’s fashion line.
The runway sensation herself stunned as she strutted down the catwalk in a racy green bejeweled sheer dress as she debuted a range of elegant pieces she designed with the fashion retailer in its largest partnership to date.
The maxi style piece hugged her fit, measuring 5ft 10in and had a sheer black base underneath the accessories.
The collection, comprised of tailored blazer suits, sparkling gold and silver dresses and statement coats, including a striking leather trench worn by guest Julia Fox, could easily have been mistaken for “high-end” fashion pieces .
With special attention to inclusiveness, the range of breathtaking models featured women of different shapes, sizes and ethnicities.
Naomi’s collaboration with the brand follows years of friendship with former CEO Umar Kamani, 35, who stepped down in April but is still heavily involved in the project.
Wow: The runway sensation herself was wowed as she strutted down the catwalk in a racy green bejeweled sheer dress as she showed off an array of elegant pieces.
Perfect: The £85 maxi style piece hugged her fit, 5ft 10in frame and had a sheer black base beneath the accessories.
It comes after Naomi responded to criticism of her collaboration with online brand PrettyLittleThing, insisting “fashion shouldn’t discriminate”.
As she unveiled her new 90-piece collection on Tuesday in New York where she walked the runway wearing a sheer silver dress priced at £85, the model vowed to ignore snobbery towards “fast fashion”, insisting on fact that outside influences have never impacted her decisions, as she says she will spearhead positive change in the industry.
In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Naomi, who has worked with prestigious fashion houses such as Prada, Burberry and Yves Saint Laurent, revealed that one of the main factors behind the surprise deal with PLT and the owner of the fashion business, Umar Kamani, was his desire to design his own clothes. , claiming that fashion brands generally don’t give models the opportunity, favoring celebrity names instead.
When her collaboration, priced between £10 and £150 and available in sizes 4 to 30, was announced in July, she was hit with a backlash from critics who said she was putting her reputation at risk. game by running a campaign for the brand that often imitates the designers’ looks at a cheaper cost.
Naomi said: “I think this collection was fun, chic, sexy, vibrant, inclusive and that fashion shouldn’t discriminate… who’s to say that PrettyLittleThing won’t continue to work with young creatives and direct and evolve towards sustainable development, who knows. . New beginnings.’
The mother of two says working with PrettyLittleThing has been a rewarding experience after decades of wearing the designs of other fashion houses as she becomes the changing face of a new era.
Having your say: This comes after Naomi responded to criticism of her collaboration with online brand PrettyLittleThing, insisting “fashion shouldn’t discriminate”.
She added: “I worked for everyone for years. It’s nice to do something for me.
“Whenever they think about working with someone, they never go to real models, they usually go to celebrities.
“There are a few other models who have done fast fashion, and they have been totally praised and adored and loved.
“I don’t think of others when I say yes to something. If I understand it and see what it can be, that’s how I engage with the things that I do.
When asked if she thought there might be a second collection, she jokingly replied: “I go wherever Umar goes now…
“But I’m always nervous when I do anything in public…I’m happy but now let’s see how the sales go.” From A to Z…I care.