Naomi Campbell For Pretty Little Thing

Love them or loathe them,  PrettyLittleThing have produced a ground-breaking collaboration between the most globally recognized supermodel of all time, Naomi Campbell, and young emerging fashion designers Victor Anate from Nigeria and Jamaica-born Edvin Thompson (now based in New York City). 

The exclusive collection features the elegance of Naomi’s timeless style, taking it bang up to date for 2023/4. From figure-worshipping dresses to statement faux fur coats and dreamy knitted co-ords, you’ll be spoilt for choice with a range that will have you showing off your confident side. 

Inspired by Naomi’s looks from the 90s, this collection brings all the attitude and provides all the statement pieces that will take your wardrobe to a whole new level. Got a big event to attend? Why not opt for the black tailored satin lapel blazer dress (my favourite piece) paired with your highest heels and bold accessories for the ultimate fierce finish. Ready to stand out from the crowd? The black mesh seam detail toe thong jumpsuit is just what you need to flatter your l figure and create endless dreamy Naomi vibes. 

“This collaboration is an extension of my commitment to create and promote opportunities for young, emerging designers”, said Campbell. “Within my collection, it was important to recognize and include some of the amazing talent that’s out there,” she said. “I’m very intentional about using my platform to create opportunities for the next generation of creatives from around the world,” she added.

However, her decision to collaborate has sparked some criticism, due to PLT’s low sustainability rating. In a new interview with W magazine, the 53-year-old responded to the criticism, initially stating that she hadn’t been fully aware of the backlash because of her busy schedule caring for her two children.

When the interviewer probed further, given the fashion industry’s current emphasis on sustainability, Campbell stated that she understood the concerns. However, she questioned whether double standards were at play, pointing out that other models, particularly white models, have collaborated with fast fashion brands without facing similar scrutiny or criticism.

“I understand people’s criticism,” she said. “I understand what people are going to say, but I took it from a standpoint of getting to know the audience of the younger generation and being able to share my platform”.

The PrettyLittleThing Designed By Naomi Campbell Collection is available exclusively on PrettyLittleThing’s RIGHT NOW;

Size range – 4-30 UK  
Price range – £10 – £120 GBP