Naomi Campbell struts her stuff. (Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images)
When we think of a "supermodel," Naomi Campbell is one of the first names that comes to mind. Rightly so, since the diva has graced the cover of countless fashion magazines and become a true style icon. And she isn't finished yet. At 41 -- no, that's not at all old, but it's gotta be like 200 in model years -- the stunner walked the catwalk at designer Roberto Cavalli's show during Milan Fashion Week on Monday. She donned a burgundy evening dress and long black gloves on a runway lined with 39,000 roses arranged to look like tiger print.Naomi has remained a frequent sight on the runway. She's worked it in presentations for Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuittion, Dior, and more just in the last five years, Elle magazine notes. "I am here because Robert seduces me," Campbell explained of her latest appearance.
The feeling was mutual. Backstage, Cavalli raved that, "If there was an Oscar for world's greatest model then I would give it to Naomi Campbell, no question."
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