Naomi Campbell looks as chic in snakeskin skirt at Burberry’s LFW show

Naomi Campbell looks as chic in snakeskin skirt at Burberry’s LFW show


She made a bold statement as she slipped into a white gown embellished with a bloody bullet hole design for her Fashion For Relief after-party on Saturday evening And Naomi Campbell once again wowed in the fashion stakes as she made an ever-so-chic arrival at the Burberry show during London Fashion Week on Monday The supermodel, 48, oozed sophistication in a nude chiffon blouse and tan snakeskin pencil skirt as she made her way into London’s at the Troubador White City Theatre What a beauty: Naomi Campbell once again wowed in the fashion stakes as she made an ever-so-chic arrival at the Burberry show during London Fashion Week on MondayNaomi’s billowing nude pussybow shirt was tucked into her ruffle-trimmed skirt, drawing attention to her slender waist Boosting her frame, the model added a pointed pair of nude heels and carried her essentials in a small clutch bag in similar hues   Adding a finishing touch to her glam look, the star covered herself in silver and emerald jewellery, while she added an over-sized pair of hexagonal sunglasses Naomi’s brunette tresses were poker straight for the occasion, flowing over her shoulders as she walked, while she coated her pout in a slick of lip gloss   Flawless: The supermodel, 48, oozed sophistication in a nude chiffon blouse and tan snakeskin pencil skirt as she made her way into London’s at the Troubador White City Theatre Glamorous: Naomi’s billowing nude pussybow shirt was tucked into her ruffle-trimmed skirt, drawing attention to her slender waist Fashion friends: Inside the even, Naomi happily posed with Vogue UK editor and her friend Edward EnningfulEver the superstar, Naomi looked incredible as she strutted down the street and into the show, which saw the likes of Kendall Jenner and Gigi and Bella Hadid walk the runway Her appearance comes after she stunned in a white dress with a bloody bullet hole design for her Fashion For Relief after-party on Saturday She is said to have worn the garment by London designer Mowalola in an attempt to raise awareness of political and social issues, which were highlighted throughout the runway show Her decision to sport the emotive item came as the capital’s shameful 2019 murder tally hit 109 deaths Sizzling: The catwalk Queen looked fabulous in her chic outfits in hues of light brown Flawless: The model showcased her slender pins in her pencil skirt as she attended the star-studded Burberry show Growing up in Lambeth, south London, the fashion icon’s childhood was rocked by the stabbing of her uncle – prompting her to frequently speak out about the horrors of knife crime Police launched their second murder investigation in 24 hours today after a man was found stabbed to death near an inflatable fun fair last night Catwalk queen Naomi’s personal charity Fashion for Relief was set up back in 2005, and the prestigious annual gala has raised over £11 9 million ($15 million) since its inception.YouTuber Patricia Bright – who attended the event among a series of A-list celebrities – shared insight into the Streatham native’s striking ensemble Statement: Her appearance comes after she stunned in a white dress with a bloody bullet hole design for her Fashion For Relief after-party on Saturday ‘There were so many underlying messages’: YouTuber Patricia Bright, 32, shared insight into the Streatham native’s striking ensembleAlongside a short clip of Naomi sporting the dress, the social media influencer, 32, penned: ‘Also notice her dress (a gun shot wound) there was so many underlying messages in the show and clothing even to the last minute how amazing [sic] ‘As she made a stylish exit from the bash, the former Empire actress mixed style with comfort as she teamed her halterneck number with a pair of chunky monochrome trainers Philanthropist Naomi hosts her Fashion for Relief runway show at London Fashion Week every year, which is dedicated to fighting poverty, sickness and distress The organization has played a vital role in promoting a series of humanitarian causes, including the fight against Ebola and providing relief for hurricane Katrina Impressive: Naomi’s personal charity Fashion for Relief was set up back in 2005, and the prestigious annual gala has raised over £11 9 million ($15 million) since its inception

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