Naomi Campbell was seen sharing a friendly kiss with a male companion at the Burberry Spring Summer 2024 fashion show during London Fashion Week on Monday.
The supermodel, 53, looked typically chic in a green patterned coat and matching trousers.
She boosted her height in pointed heels and hid her eyes behind dark oversized sunglasses at the star-studded event.
Naomi was later pictured walking into the venue arm-in-arm with another male friend.
It comes after Naomi revealed the real reason she collaborated with PrettyLittleThing in new documentary.
Sweet: Naomi Campbell was seen sharing a friendly kiss with a male companion at the Burberry Spring Summer 2024 fashion show during London Fashion Week on Monday
Stunning: The supermodel, 53, looked typically chic in a green patterned coat and matching trousers
The model surprised fans earlier this year by revealing she’d joined forces 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 think the ‘younger generation’ even knew who she was.
Naomi could be seen donning a number of fashionable looks as she let the camera behind-the-scenes and gave a look at the creative process into her collection.
She told the camera: ‘I get to speak to a younger generation of which I didn’t think even knew who I was.’
‘When I think fashion, fashion does not discriminate. I can’t wait to see all these lovely young women wearing my designs.’
She added: ‘I want young girls to take from this collection to be themselves, to feel confident in how they wear these clothes and designed by me and interpret who they are in the clothes. So bringing their own essence, style swag to the outfits.’
The stunner speaks to designers about several pieces in the fashion range, hailing a black blazer dress a ‘classic’, while noting a racy crystal dress needed to be ‘longer’.
The clip also sees Naomi examining mood boards, attending fittings and declaring which looks work and don’t work as she put in the graft ahead of a photoshoot and of course her NYFW week show which debuted the 90-piece collection.
Stylish: She boosted her height in pointed heels and hid her eyes behind dark oversized sunglasses at the star-studded event
Beauty: She styled her raven tresses in a glamorous blowdry
Friends: Naomi was later pictured walking into the venue arm-in-arm with another male friend
LFW: London Fashion Week 2023 will take place from September 15-19, showcasing both menswear and womenswear
She was also heard sharing her passion for the clothes, remarking that she wanted people to buy the piece and keep them.
While another woman adds: ‘We’re six weeks away from our photoshoot, I’m so excited for everyone to see this collection!’
PrettyLittleThing declare that the documentary will be sure to ‘resonate with fashion enthusiasts globally’ as it narrates the ‘the inner workings’ of the trailblazing ‘fashion synergy’.
Last week, a star-studded guest list including Emily Ratajowski, Tommy Dorfman , Lori Harvey and Molly-Mae Hague descended upon Cipriani’s in New York to take in the unveiling of Naomi’s fashion range.
The runway sensation herself wowed as she strutted down the catwalk in a vert racy see-through jewelled dress as she debuted a range of stylish pieces she designed with the fashion retailer in its biggest partnership yet.
The maxi-style piece hugged her fit, 5ft10in frame and had a sheer, black base under the accoutrements.
The collection, complete with tailored blazer suits, sparkling gold and silver dresses, and statement coats, including a standout leather trench worn by guest Julia Fox , could have easily been mistaken for ‘high end’ fashion pieces.
Paying close attention to inclusivity, the lineup of jaw-dropping models featured women of different shapes and sizes and ethnicities.
Naomi’s collaboration with the brand comes after years of friendship with former CEO Umar Kamani, 35, who stepped down from the helm in April but has still been heavily involved in the project.
Wow: The runway sensation herself wowed as she strutted down the catwalk in a vert racy see-through jewelled dress as she debuted a range of stylish pieces
Flawless: The maxi-style £85 piece hugged her fit, 5ft10in frame and had a sheer, black base under the accoutrements
It comes after Naomi hit back at critics of her collaboration with online brand PrettyLittleThing, insisting ‘fashion shouldn’t discriminate.’
As she unveiled her new 90-piece collection, in New York on Tuesday where she took to the catwalk wearing a see-through silver dress priced at £85, the supermodel vowed to ignore the snobbery towards ‘fast fashion’, insisting 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 a major factor behind the surprise deal with PLT and the fashion firm’s owner Umar Kamani was her desire to design her own clothes, claiming fashion brands don’t usually give models the opportunity, favouring celebrity names instead.
When her collaboration, which is priced between £10 to £150 and comes in sizes 4-30, was announced in July she was hit with a negative reaction from critics who claimed she was putting her reputation on the line by fronting a campaign for the brand which often emulates designer looks at a cheaper cost.
Naomi said: ‘I feel this collection was fun, chic, sexy, vibrant, inclusive, and fashion should not discriminate… who’s to say that PrettyLittleThing are not going to continue working with young creatives and leading and changing into sustainability, who knows. New beginnings.’
The mother-of-two says working with PrettyLittleThing has been an empowering experience following decades of wearing the designs of other fashion houses as she becomes the changing face of a new era.
Having her say: It comes after Naomi hit back at critics of her collaboration with online brand PrettyLittleThing, insisting ‘fashion shouldn’t discriminate’
She added: ‘I have worked for years for everybody else. It’s nice to do something for me.
‘Whenever they think of working with someone, they never come to the actual models, they usually go to the celebrities.
‘There are a few other models that have done fast fashion, and they were totally praised and adored and are loved.
‘I don’t think about other people when I say yes to something. If I understand it and I see what it can be then that’s how I commit to the things I do.’
Asked if she thinks there could be a second collection, she quipped: ‘I am going wherever Umar goes now…
‘But I’m always nervous when I do anything publicly… I am satisfied but now let’s see how the sales go. From A-Z… I care.’