Naomi Campbell freed the nipple in a see-through dress from her PrettyLittleThing Collection at the New York Fashion Week runway. The model debuted and modelled her collection at the show.
The supermodel walked the New York Fashion Week runway looking sexy in a stone-covered halter-neck dress. The maxi-style piece hugged her fit, 5ft10in frame and had a sheer, black base under the accoutrements.
The star’s partnership with PrettyLittleThing is its biggest partnership as Campbell designed pieces ready to hit the market. Per a description of the collaboration, the brand’s official website states that the collection pays ‘homage to Naomi’s legacy and iconic signature style.’
At the New York Fashion Week runway, the model paired the see-through dress with simple pointed-toe black leather pumps while opting for minimal accessories. Her jewellery includes a pair of glinting, medium-sized hoop earrings and a single diamond ring.
Naomi Campbell wore her hair in her signature style of leaving it straight and long in a centre part allowing it to flow down effortlessly past her shoulders. The prettyLittleThing collaboration deal was signed last month courtesy of the brand’s founder Umar Kamani.
The collaboration aimed to provide celebrity-inspired looks at an affordable price. Unfortunately, the news was met with some backlash. Increasingly, they are disenchanted over her decision to promote ‘fast fashion.’
Campbell on her part was not deterred as she told Women’s Wear Daily: ‘I’m looking at myself as a changemaker. As a changemaker, I thought this was something that was a good thing to do. ‘I know that it’s fast fashion and that people have their criticism. I’m not denying them.’
‘But as a changemaker, I felt this was a great way to effect change in the industry in getting my emerging designers recognized and seeing them on a global platform.’ Campbell also spoke on ‘diversity’ in the fashion industry. ‘I’m so over the word. This is my point – I feel like so many people just use that word to tick a box, to make sure that they’re not called out or anything like that.
‘I don’t use that word. For me, it’s not about using the word or ticking a box — it’s about doing the action, the pure action. It’s giving a part of your platform and sharing it with someone, who is talented.’ The New York Fashion Week debut cones after she shared several pieces of her collection on Instagram.