Naomi’s Style from the 90s Inspired My Design – Nigeria’s VicNate Talks About Collaboration with Naomi Campbell in New PrettyLittleThing Documentary.

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Young Nigerian womenswear designer, Victor Adewale of VicNate, has shared the inspiration behind his design in a recent documentary by PrettyLittleThing, citing Naomi Campbell’s electrifying style from the 90s, particularly her presence in a party scene.

L-R: Victor Anate, Naomi Campbell, Edvin Thompson. Source: IG/Naomi

The Nigerian designer and Jamaican Edvin Thompson of Theophilio have been featured in Supermodel Noami Campbell’s collaboration with online fast fashion retailer PrettyLittle Thing.

In a groundbreaking fashion collaboration, supermodel Naomi Campbell joined forces with online fast fashion retailer PrettyLittleThing to unveil the stunning collection.

The news of this exciting partnership was officially announced on PrettyLittleThing’s Instagram page, with a captivating video showcasing a director’s chair adorned with the words, “PrettyLittleThing, designed by Naomi Campbell.” The post left fans eagerly anticipating what this dynamic collaboration would bring to the fashion world.

The grand reveal took place on Tuesday, September 5, during a dazzling runway show held in the heart of New York City. The event was a spectacular showcase of a timeless collection that drew inspiration from Campbell’s iconic style, captivating audiences with sheer elegance and sophistication.

Naomi in The White Knot Detail Halterneck Bodysuit-Skirt for Prettyittle Thing. Source: IG/Vicnateng

One of the standout pieces from this collection is a meticulously crafted body-con halterneck dress, the brainchild of Nigerian luxury designer Victor Anate. In a recent documentary by PrettyLittleThing, Anate shared his inspiration behind the design, citing Naomi Campbell’s electrifying style from the 90s, particularly her presence in a party scene.

He emphasized the significance of providing global exposure to designers with unique stories to tell through their creations, underscoring the importance of their voices on the world stage.

This remarkable collaboration between Naomi Campbell, Victor Anate, and Edvin Thompson of Theophilio demonstrates the fashion world’s commitment to diversity and creativity. With its fusion of Nigerian and Jamaican talent, this collection serves as a testament to the global reach of fashion and its ability to transcend borders and cultures.

L-R: Halima Aden, Coco Jones, Teyana Taylor, Winnie Harlow, and LaLa Anthony sit front row at x Naomi Campbell’s PrettyLittleThing runway show. Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

The PrettyLittleThing x Naomi Campbell runway show drew a star-studded audience, featuring A-list celebrities such as Julia Fox, Lala Anthony, Coco Jones, Lori Harvey, and Emily Ratajkowski. Adding to the glamour of the evening, Nigerian Afrobeats sensation Davido delivered a mesmerizing performance that left the audience in awe.

By Sefakor Humade

In addition to being a creative writer and content creator, Sefakor Humade is a true creative at heart. Believing in the transformative power of kindness, She envisions a world where everyone’s genuine compassion can make it a better place.

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