Understatement of the century: Naomi Campbell has had some incredible looks over the years. The supermodel began her career back at the age of 15, when she graced the cover of ELLE, and has since become one of the most iconic names in fashion.
She has walked for practically every major designer label, and so it is unsurprising that her killer runway looks continue to inspire fashion fanatics around the word to this day.
Hello! Fashion recalls Naomi Campbell's best 90s runway moments:
Pop art perfection
Naomi exuded playful vibrancy in a Versace maxi dress featuring Andy Warhol's iconic Marilyn Monroe pop art print.
The little white dress
The supermodel looked every inch the summer siren in a white halter midi dress featuring 3D floral appliqué.
Clad in oversized beads, a gilded headdress and a chunky raffia belt, Naomi epitomised the "more is more" sartorial maxim.
Pretty in pink
The OG queen of Barbiecore, Naomi donned the most striking pink tweed mini dress at Chanel.
Rocking Anna Sui's signature kitsch aesthetic, the supermodel looked breathtaking in a fluffy bolero and matching headpiece.
Calculated print fusion
Vivienne Westwood is certainly not afraid of a major print clash, and neither is Naomi. Sporting a stunning strapless gown, complete with argyle stockings and a major headwrap moment, she looked second to none.
The supermodel looked every inch the beautiful bride in a lustrous rhinestone-adorned mini and a top hat-inspired fascinator.
Naomi looked next-level at Dior in a perforated trilby and matching mini dress – our holiday packing list could never.
The supermodel was serving 'luxe ram' in a sculpted bodice and curly horns on the Givenchy catwalk. No mean feat to pull off, but, naturally, Naomi didn't disappoint.
Go for gold
Dripping in beads, Naomi epitomised gilded glamour in an embellished bra top and decadent mini skirt.
Giving Bloody Mary a run for her money, the supermodel oozed high-octane Tudor opulence in a regal maxi gown.
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