Naomi Campbell Recycles Iconic Versace Bondage Dress 21 Years Later

Fri, September 13, 2013 12:24pm EDT by Add first Comment
Naomi Campbell Versace Dress
Courtesy of Versace/Getty

The supermodel proves that she’s still in tip top shape, defying any signs of aging when the 43-year-old slipped back into the same exact iconic Versace bondage dress she modeled 21 years ago. Can you believe it?

Following her walk on the Diane von Furstenberg runway, supermodel Naomi Campbell walked the red carpet for the 2013 Novak Djokovic Benefit Dinner at Capitale in NYC on Sept. 10, where the model wore a frock right out of her closet, rocking a Versace bondage dress that she first debuted in the 1992 ad campaign for the brand! Naomi was just 22 years old at the time — and cut to 43 and she proves that she certainly is still sizzling in the sexy number! Clearly the supermodel is just like a fine wine — she keeps getting better and better with age!

Naomi Campbell’s Versace Dress:

While we may not ever know Naomi’s supermodel secret behind her ability to look just as good, (if not even better), there’s no denying the fact that she really looked amazing in the dress. She paired the ensemble with a short, black bob wig and let the thick, strategically-placed straps on the dress do all the talking. Her figure looked amazing in the ensemble and we think it looked red-carpet-ready thanks to the way she styled the dress.

Naomi isn’t the first star to rock a Gianni Versace look from 1992 on the red carpet. In fact, both Miley Cyrus and Kat Graham have opted for looks from the collection on the red carpet, jumping on board with the old bondage collection and reviving it on the red carpet. While both stars were barely toddlers at the time the collection debuted, they still looked amazing in the archive pieces — a true testament to Gianni’s talent as a designer.

WHat do you think of Naomi’s ability to rock such a sexy dress over 20 years later? Are you just as impressed as I am?

Katrina Mitzeliotis

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