After walking the runway at last week’s Versace show alongside fellow ’90s supermodels, Naomi Campbell made another catwalk cameo tonight at Off-White’s Spring 2018 show in Paris.
The super walked the runway in a white ruffled blazer and cropped spandex leggings featuring an ‘Off’ logo. Campbell’s look, along with Off-White’s entire spring collection, was inspired by Princess Diana. Over the summer, creative director Virgil Abloh revealed this season would pay homage to the late royal’s style, coinciding with the 20th anniversary of her tragic death this past August. As for Naomi’s look, it combined both Diana’s penchant for tailored jackets as well as the casual athleticwear she donned during her downtime.
Abloh’s moodboard for the collection featured eight of Diana’s most distinct styles labeled as: Charity, Mom, Being a Princess, Night, Young Diana, Countryside Girl, Casual, and Jogging. It seems as though Campbell’s look was a cross between “Jogging” Diana and “Being A Princess” Diana.
After leading the finale runway walk, Campbell then posed with Off-White designer Virgil Abloh, whom she soon after congratulated on Instagram.
.@NaomiCampbell working ? it ? in @virgilabloh‘s Off-White #PFW show
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— Complex Style (@ComplexStyle) September 28, 2017
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From: Harper’s BAZAAR US