Naomi Campbell has been modelling clothing once owned by Elizabeth Taylor while at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
Last month, the British supermodel hit headlines after she documented the extreme measures she had been taking to stay healthy while travelling during the Covid-19 pandemic, and even caught a flight to New York City while wearing a full hazmat suit.
However, now that Naomi is back at her home base, she has been wearing T-shirts, sweats, Adidas outfits, and workout clothes during the day and more glamorous attire in the evenings.
“At night, to give a little change, I wear caftans. I’ve got some really great ones. I’ve got some I bought from Elizabeth Taylor’s auctions, so I have some of hers. I’ve got one from the Middle East. I’ve got some beautiful ones from Africa,” she told InStyle.com. “I may dress up for something here and there – I wore something the other night for (an Instagram Live) cooking (session) with Jon Gray from Gastronomical Cribs with Ghetto Gastro. But again, it was a caftan. I’m just chilled.”
In recent days, Naomi has been sharing messages on her social media pages encouraging her followers to stay strong during the difficult period. But she has also been grappling with a wide range of emotions.
“We have to stay in the light. We have to. To keep each other up every day. I cried today. I cried when I saw the ship (USNS Comfort dock in New York). I went up to the roof and filmed it. Just the way it was entering, it was very emotional,” the 49-year-old commented. “It’s sober but emotional at the same time. I just found myself crying.”
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