Naomi Campbell wears ruffled cape at Valentino Couture show in Rome – Footwear News

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Naomi Campbell brought drama to the Valentino haute couture show in Rome, Italy.

The stars lined up in the Italian city on July 8 to present a masterful collection from Valentino’s creative director, Pierpaolo Piccioli. Arriving guests were confronted with a long flight of towering stairs where models ascended one by one in the most expertly crafted couture creations. Campbell had a front row seat and her look had just as much drama as those on the runway.


Naomi Campbell at the Valentino haute couture show in Rome.

CREDIT: Images courtesy of Valentino / SGPItalia

The model dazzled in a long black cape with an extreme collar that gave way to ruffles on ruffles of fabric. Beneath the gallant coat, Campbell wore a white top with a straight neckline paired with white pants. The model wore piles of layered jewelry and large black sunglasses, heavily accessorizing the outfit. While Campbell didn’t model any looks this time around, the star stole the show, stomping around in black peep-toe heeled sandals with chunky wedges. The statement shoe was just that, setting the stage for more shoes to come. Campbell has always been a trendsetter. As the only star to wear a cape with a train to the couture show, it’s safe to say she lives up to her star-studded reputation.

Valentino presented its haute couture show in Rome on July 8. The star-studded runway event took place on the streets running from Piazza Mignanelli, where the brand is headquartered, and close to the famous Spanish Steps. In honor of the parade, Valentino worked with the city to restore the mosaics of the Terme di Caracalla, the ancient Roman public baths and the second largest in the city, where the post-parade dinner was held. Mark. He also donated new palm trees near the Spanish Steps.

The Fall/Winter 22 couture show was packed with creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli’s whimsical and colorful creations, including oversized rose patterns and feather-accented pieces.

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