Naomi Campbell Exudes Royalty in a Custom Valentino Ball Gown

In her more than three decades in fashion modeling, there’s no dress Naomi Campbell hasn’t worn before. From the little dress dresses, the ones with super thigh-high slits to the most dramatic, she’s worn them all. So the supermodel understands every assignment when it to dressing up. 

The 51-year-old attended the Prince’s Trust Gala in New York on Thursday night, where she stole the show in a custom Valentino creation. The look, a ballgown featuring a Bardot neckline with a long-sleeve off-the-shoulder design and a voluminous full skirt completes with side pockets. Campbell finished the majestic number with a pair of Valentino Garavani matching ‘Tan-go platform pumps‘ and dangling green earrings.  

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Sharing her looks on Instagram, the new mom-of-one expressed her gratitude for the wonderful evening, along with an appreciation to the show hosts Lionel Richie and Edward Enninful, the British Vogue Editor-in-Chief. While also thanking the Creative Director of Pierpaolo Piccioli for the beautiful confection, Campbell said she felt like a dream wearing her favorite color. 

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“Congratulations to @princestrust wonderful evening in aiding the next generation achieve their goals,” the model wrote on Instagram. “Thank you @lionelrichie @edward_enninful for hosting us all and inviting me !! Thank you @pppiccioli @maisonvalentino for making me feel like a dream in this custom ball gown my favorite color purple 💜💜💜 #princestrust.”

 

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Meanwhile, the Prince’s Trust Gala is an annual charity event dedicated to helping young people find employment. It was launched by Prince Charles of Wales in 1976, at a time when there was serious unemployment in the United Kingdom. As per the report, the non-profit establishment benefits ‘thousands of young people every day who are facing tremendous hardships, from unemployment to social exclusion, to poverty, mental health issues, disability, or abuse.

 

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