EXCLUSIVE: Naomi Campbell, 53, looks incredible as she models her new PrettyLittleThing collection in a new TV advert after hitting back at critics
Naomi Campbell proved to be her own best advert as she modelled her new PrettyLittleThing collection for a TV advert on Wednesday.
The supermodel, 53, looked nothing short of sensational as she showed off her jaw dropping figure in her own designs.
Exclusively premiering the TV advert on MailOnline, Naomi showcased the glamour and sophistication of her collection in close-up and panoramic shots.
Adding a personal touch to the campaign, the Vogue cover star lent her legendary voice to narrate the advert.
In one clip, she went braless in a silver sequin halterneck mini dress which she draped a white fur jacket over her shoulders.
In another striking shot, Naomi put on a very leggy display in a mesh maroon mini dress, teamed with black stilettos.
Showcasing her long pins, the icon looked incredible in a sheer black jumpsuit which she donned under a matching leather jacket.
Posing up a storm in a dazzling bronze mini dress, Naomi placed her hands on her head before slipping into a stylish green satin ensemble.
The beauty commanded attention as she changed into a long black sheer dazzling dress which she teamed with a pair of long coordinated gloves.
Going braless once again, Naomi allowed her long tresses to blow in a breeze as she modelled a white cut out outfit.
For her final dress, the stunner beamed as she slipped into a white satin dress and towering heels.
She originally unveiled the collection at the illustrious Cipriani’s during New York Fashion Week last week as she also walked in the show.
It comes after Naomi hit back at critics of her collaboration with online brand PrettyLittleThing, insisting ‘fashion shouldn’t discriminate.’
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.
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.’
The supermodel launched her range at the Cipriani venue in Manhattan in front of A-list guests including Emily Ratajkowski, Winnie Harlow, and Julia Fox, closing the show in the frock which she created alongside Nigerian rising designer Victor Anate and Jamaica-bred Edvin Thompson.