Naomi Campbell has nip slip as she arrives at fashion show but she handles it like pro
Naomi Campbell arrived at Paris for a fashion show but became a victim of wardrobe malfunction which she handled like a pro.
After ruling the runaway for more than three decades, Naomi Campbells knows how to not let a wardrobe malfunction take away the confidence. The veteran supermodel arrived at Paris for Haute Couture Fashion Week on July 4 and although she looked stunning in a black trench coat and headwrap, she suffered a nip slip while walking on the street of Paris. However, that did not stop her from walking with grace and style.
Naomi carried on with her walk and won everyone's heart with her sense of style and classy attitude. This is not the first time that Naomi has shown serious skin. A day before this event, Naomi showed off off some major underboob in a racy sheer dress while she was attending another event in the city. The model proves that her looks defy age as she looks as stunning as she did when she walked the runway.
While Naomi looked radiant in her attire, last year for Fortune Most Powerful Women International Summit in London, she opened up about her battle with cocaine addiction and how it was going to take the fame away from her. "Sometimes you get this success and think you don't deserve it, so you try to throw it away and destroy it," she said of her addiction, as reported by Daily Mail.
"I was never ashamed of substance abuse. I never took a break. I finally said “I want to go away and I chose to make the phone call to go to rehab," she added. Discussing her time in the facility, Naomi recalled that it was something she needed. " really enjoyed it. I cleaned the tables in the kitchen and I loved it. I was treated the same as everyone else and I met all these people from all walks of life," she said.
The model added that created a tight-knit bond with the people at the facility and for the same reason she became open to being there for others with similar struggles '24/7'. "I reached out to people and people helped me. It doesn’t matter what walk of life - addiction and alcoholism doesn’t discriminate," she revealed. At the same time, she opened up about helping a budding model with her alcohol addiction.
"Young girls come to me for advice," she said. She also reflected on her relationship with Nelson Mandela. My 20 years with Mandela was surreal and I still pinch myself and say “why me”?" she recalled. He taught me to use my voice. I went out to the bush and I had no knowledge and all the children were dying. They'd made cakes and were singing and I burst out crying with emotion. Nelson told me I couldn't do that again because they thought they'd upset me." Inspired by this, Naomi has since taken part in a lot of charity work.