Naomi Campbell sees the image of elegance in a modestly decorated coordinator while attending the Valentino show at Paris Fashion Week
She got off in a dangerously diving, lace top to watch the L & # 39; Oréal Paris catwalk show on Saturday.
But Naomi Campbell opted for the more subdued look for the Valentino women's fashion show at the Paris Fashion Week the following day.
The veteran, 49, looked elegant in a white top with long sleeves and matching long pants.
Glamor: Naomi Campbell, 49, went to the Valentino women's clothing store at Paris Fashion Week on Sunday
The coordinate was decorated with silver, yellow and blue details and the top had ostrich feathers on the sleeves and the bottom half.
A high neckline accompanied the modest look that she formed with nude pointed toe boots and a pink studded handbag.
The London hair of Naomi was styled in a black bob with a long fringe and oversized black sunglasses accentuated her model-like face structure.
Her makeup was kept minimal and dewy, giving her a clear and fresh glow.
Restrained: the Vogue cover star looked elegant in a white top with long sleeves and matching long pants
Naomi has been in the French capital to watch the PFW shows, but also participated in a contest when she stormed the track during the star-studded Saint Laurent SS20 show on Tuesday.
The native Streatham enjoyed her trip to Paris, but recently revealed that she had previously suffered from racism in Europe.
Dark-brown beauty Naomi told Paris Match Magazine that she was not admitted to a hotel in southern France after a security guard had told her it was full, but discovered that other guests were admitted to the facility.
Refined: the coordinate was embellished with silver, yellow and blue details and the top had ostrich feathers on the sleeves and the bottom half
Slim: the hair of Naomi from London was styled in a black bob with a long bangs and oversized black sunglasses accentuated her model-like face structure
Naomi chose not to mention the hotel and explained: & # 39; The word & # 39; Diversity & # 39; is everywhere nowadays, but it didn't exist when I started. & # 39;
& # 39; I always wanted people to be treated equally. I was recently in a city in the south of France, where I was invited to participate in an event in a hotel whose name I will not mention.
& # 39; They didn't want to let my friend and I in because of the color of my skin. The man at the entrance pretended the place was full, but he let other people in. For these disgusting moments I will continue to speak and make myself heard. & # 39;
Radiant: Naomi wore a more risky appearance to view the L & # 39; Oréal Paris Le Défilé runway on Saturday
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