Naomi Campbell closed Saint Laurent's spring/summer 2020 Paris Fashion Week show on Tuesday night.
The iconic supermodel wowed the crowd, which included models Kate Moss, Eva Herzigova, Cindy Crawford, and Amber Valletta as well as celebrities like Salma Hayek, Rami Malek, Andie MacDowell, and Ezra Miller, as she closed creative director Anthony Vaccarello's latest presentation.
She strutted down the long runway in front of the Eiffel Tower wearing a black sequinned blazer jacket and matching trousers - a nod to the French fashion house's famous Le Smoking suit - and black pointed ankle strap pumps with gold tips.
The 49-year-old shared footage of herself walking in the shimmering suit and wrote on Instagram, "Closing @ysl Spring Summer 2020 tonight was an honour! Thank you @anthonyvaccarello & @pg_dmcasting."
Naomi had hinted at her appearance earlier in the day by sharing throwback footage of herself walking the YSL runway for the Couture Spring 2002 show and another snap of herself on the runway with Yves Saint Laurent himself.
"Mr. Yves Saint Laurent, you believed in me and stood by my side when I needed it most! Grateful for you and for all the memories we've made together over the years. Kind-hearted, creative genius and fashion visionary! We miss you dearly," she wrote in the caption.
The show marked Naomi's first appearance for a fashion house for spring/summer 2020. Earlier this month, she walked the runway for her annual charity event, Fashion for Relief, during London Fashion Week.
For his spring/summer 2020 collection, Vaccarello channelled rocker chic, festival style, and bohemian looks, with the collection featuring gold paisley embroidered dresses, chiffon blouses, and peasant-style smocks.
The models, which included Kaia Gerber and Stella Tennant, also donned micro shorts, cut-off jeans, waistcoats, cowboy boots, and tuxedo ensembles.
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