Naomi Campbell arrived dressed like royalty at the Prince's Trust Gala in NYC on Thursday night. Taking a page from the "Bridgerton" style handbook, Campbell descended the red carpet-lined staircase in an off-the-shoulder Maison Valentino ballgown and a matching pair of purple platform pumps. The sky-high heels only made a brief appearance, hidden under the folds of Campbell's voluminous skirt, which came complete with a set of hidden pockets.
The flowing train mirrored her half-up, half-down hairstyle, which cascaded well past the boning on the figure-hugging bodice. Like a true royal, Campbell styled the massive gown with emerald drop earrings, a matching statement ring, countless bracelets, and a diamond necklace with a drop pendant detail that beautifully accented her scoop neckline.
The charity event, hosted by Lionel Richie and Edward Enninful, featured an all-star attendance list, including Bella Hadid and Gigi Hadid, Kate Moss, Adut Akech, Phoebe Dynevor, Imaan Hammam, and more. The gala, which was founded by Prince Charles in the UK in 1976, recently extended its reach to the US, where organizers and benefactors help provide jobs and education training to young people in need.
See all the subtle details — including the hidden pockets — on Campbell's designer dress ahead.