Naomi Campbell attracted attention when she attended the opening of Forever – Valentino, an exhibition at the M7 art center in Doha, Qatar, on Thursday evening.
The supermodel, 52, looked incredible in a pink dress as she stunned onlookers wearing an elaborate headpiece with coordinating ribbons as she walked the red carpet in the Middle Eastern country.
The event comes just weeks before the World Cup in Qatar, with the country facing mounting criticism over its treatment of women, migrant workers and LGBTQ+ people.
Striking: Naomi Campbell caught the eye in a must-have pink dress and elaborate headpiece as she attended a Valentino exhibition in Qatar on Friday – as the country faces mounting criticism of human rights
Meanwhile, Sabrina Elba, 33, caught the eye in a billowy green dress for the event where she was joined by Janet Jackson, 56, who wore a brown dress.
The floating number featured striking oversized sleeves and a flattering two-layer design, and was paired with white heels to increase her height.
Idris Elba’s wife matched her glamorous look perfectly with a round glitzy gold bag and matching necklace and earrings.
She styled her dark locks in a sleek, choppy bob and opted for a radiant makeup look to showcase her beautiful features.
Wowzers: The 52-year-old supermodel looked stunning in a pink dress as she stunned onlookers with an elaborate headpiece with matching ribbons as she walked the red carpet in the Middle Eastern country
The event comes just weeks before the World Cup in Qatar, which has been increasingly criticized for its treatment of women, migrant workers and the LGBTQ+ community.
FIFA’s decision to hold the World Cup in Qatar has been surrounded by controversy, especially regarding migrant workers and the LGBTQ+ community.
Qatar has been under intense scrutiny of the physical and contractual terms of hundreds of thousands of migrant workers in the small emirate since the World Cup hosting rights were won 12 years ago.
Stunning: Meanwhile, Sabrina Elba, 33, (left) caught the eye in a billowy green dress for the event where she was joined by Janet Jackson, 56, (right) who wore a brown dress
Beauty: The floating number featured striking oversized sleeves and a flattering two-layer design, and was paired with white heels to boost her height
Here she is: Janet looked amazing in her brown dress paired with a statement gold bag
It remains to be seen how much time World Cup broadcasters will spend bringing to the attention of the accusations against the Qatari government, including The Guardian’s 2013 claims that workers were denied food and water and had their passports stolen. declined.
Some argue that they were not paid, or if they were, the payments were minimal and long overdue. A 2019 study by the Daily Mirror found that 28,000 workers were paid about $1 per hour over a 48-hour workweek.
Most damning, The Wall Street Journal reported in 2015 that more than 1,200 workers died building the infrastructure for the tournament. Last year, The Guardian brought that figure closer to 6,500.
Stylish lady: Olivia Culpo wore a bright pink jumpsuit and perfectly accentuated with a matching handbag
All pink! Olivia even wore matching eye makeup to complete her look
Friends: Chanel Ayan and Sabrina posed together for a sweet photo at the fashion event in Qatar on Thursday
Qatar also punishes homosexuality with imprisonment and considers men to be the guardians of their female relatives.
It also has strict laws on alcohol, drugs, public intimacy, extramarital relationships, dress code, and swearing.
In March, FIFA President Gianni Infantino claimed Qatar has been progressive on labor rights: “I am delighted to see the strong commitment of the Qatari authorities to ensure that reforms are fully implemented in the labor market, creating a lasting legacy of the FIFA World Cup is left behind. long after the event, and in the long run benefit migrant workers in the host country.’
Bright: Leomie Anderson was also present at the opening of the exhibition and kept the pink theme
Image: Adrienne Everett showed off her physique at the event in a brown crop top and wide-leg pants
Some campaigners have urged celebrities to boycott the World Cup, with Robbie Williams and David Beckham both criticized for having links to the league.
Robbie was recently revealed as one of the music acts who will be performing at the Qatar Live concerts at a press conference in Doha.
Meanwhile, David agreed a £10m deal to become the country’s ambassador for more than a decade, which has resulted in him being the face of the 2022 World Cup.
Wow! Model Didi Stone looked fabulous in a feathered red dress which she paired with silver heels to increase her height
Bold look: Neelam Gill wore a feathered orange dress with statement shoulder pads
Sophisticated: Jenee Naylor wore a glamorous red dress with a sweetheart neckline for the event
Lush: Leonie Hanne attended the event in a gold and purple dress