Supermodel Naomi Campbell came to the wake of fashion journalist André Leon Telly in a snow-white look. It is reported by the Daily Mail.
On April 29, the Abyssinian Baptist Church in New York City’s Harlem commemorated former American Vogue creative director Andre Leon Telly, better known to the general public as a judge on America’s Next Top Model. In January 2022, Telly passed away at the age of 73.
Of course, on this occasion, celebrities remembered their iconic outfits, which Andre could appreciate from the magnitude of his taste and refined perception. In any case, each of them is ready to admit the main thing – with his departure, many moments of fashion life lost their meaning, and it was his gift of the author that could leave a bright mark on the history of fashion.
In the wake of the legend of the fashion industry, his eminent friends gathered, including the editor-in-chief of American Vogue, Anna Wintour, fashion designer Marc Jacobs, supermodels Kate Moss and Karlie Kloss. So came them and Naomi Campbell.
Unlike the others, Campbell chose light-colored clothes instead of dark ones to say goodbye to Telly. Instead, the supermodel appeared at the memorial service in total white: she wore a snow-white fur coat, a Schiaparelli coat dress with a buckle in the form of a human ear, and shoes with “fingers.” The image was complemented by a hat, sunglasses, a clutch on a chain, and gold jewelry.
Earlier, reported that Prince Charles’ annual event was held in New York in support of his charitable organization, The Prince’s Trust.
Originally published at celebrityinsider.org