The queen and king have returned! Renown designer, Azzedine Alaia, debuted a new runway show collection after a six year hiatus! Over the years, Alaia and Campbell have shared some fabulously epic couture moments. Therefore, it makes perfect sense that this fashion royalty duo would come back together and create even more iconic history. With that being said, Paris Couture Week is leveling up once more as Naomi Campbell Walks for Azzedine Alaia AW 2017 Runway Show!
Naomi Campbell Walks for Azzedine Alaia AW 2017 Runway Show
Supermodel Naomi Campbell opening and closing the show for Azzedine Alaia is no small feat. Especially, in an industry that heralds and glamorizes youth and beauty. Models are literally in one day and out the next.
The average model’s career is less than five years. However, supermodel Naomi Campbell has been walking in shows for Azzedine Alaia for over three decades.
Yes, let that set in. Since 1983 Miss Campbell’s signature strut has been a staple on any catwalk associated with Azzedine Alaia. For this reason we tip our six inch heels in her honor and have to say she still looks as amazing as when she began her career!
Several models who also walked in the Azzedine Alaia AW17 show were just as excited about Naomi stomping the catwalk. Here is what a few had to say.
“[Hashtag] WCW today and everyday, Naomi Campbell. These two (Naomi and Alaia) are true masters at their craft. Thank you Azzedine Alaia for inspiring me and the entire world! With the passion and love that you bring to all that you do.
“Can’t believe I walked the show with the legend Naomi Campbell. Feeling so lucky to be here at Azzedine Alaia show.”
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