Naomi Campbell struts in a sheer, sparkly dress at the PrettyLittleThing show

Naomi Campbell may be the next big designer – and she will always be a top model.

The model drew a host of stars to her runway to showcase her collaboration with fast fashion brand PrettyLittleThing on Tuesday night, and she surprised and delighted fans by closing the show on the catwalk.

After a slew of models sporting Campbell-designed mini dresses, sheer skirts and trench coats, the mom-of-two stepped into the spotlight, wearing an embellished sheer mesh maxi dress ($125) from the collection.

Campbell, 53, took a lap around the circular track to much applause, her straight, shiny locks cascading down to her hips.

“After 37 amazing years on the catwalk, I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to share my latest adventure on the other side – as a designer! Especially at the start of NYFashionWeek! ,” Campbell wrote on Instagram after the show.

Naomi Campbell walked the runway in a shimmering sheer dress from her PrettyLittleThing collaboration.
Fans cheered for the model, who designed the collection with two up-and-coming designers.
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Emily Ratajkowski, Lori Harvey, Teyana Taylor, Leni Klum, Jake Paul and Julia PKB were also present at the Cipriani Downtown event – ​​the latter wearing a metal bikini under her Campbell-designed trench coat.

At the end of the show, Nigerian-American star Davido took the stage with a performance featuring backup dancers.

The entire collection includes party wear, mini dresses and sheer beachwear.
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She bowed with her collaborators Victor Anate and Edvin Thompson.
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Campbell’s collection, currently available for sale, has seen the model team up with an emerging fashion designer duo: Victor Anate from Nigeria and Edvin Thompson, born in Jamaica.

“As a changemaker, I thought it was a good thing to do,” Campbell told WWD ahead of the launch, before acknowledging the growing backlash that has hit fast fashion in recent years.

“I know it’s fast fashion and people have their critics. I do not deny them. But as a changemaker, I thought it was a great way to bring change to the industry by getting my emerging designers recognized and seeing them on a global platform,” she said. declared.

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