Make-up by Angloma for supermodel Naomi Campbell.

On Tuesday, September 5, at New York City's famed Cipriani 25 Broadway, the legendary supermodel Naomi Campbell debuted a 70-piece collection for PrettyLittleThing, designed in collaboration with Jamaican-born Edvin Thompson of Theophilio and Nigerian Victor Anate of Vicnate.

And while the pieces received rave reviews from front-row stars like Winnie Harlow and Lori Harvey, it was Campbell's flawless face as she hit the runway in the Black Embellished Mesh Backless High Neck Maxi Dress for many!

The beat — exquisitely executed by fab make-up artist Angloma, using Pat McGrath Labs products — was truly the highlight for beauty lovers.

The look garnered approval from 'mother' Pat: "Sending major love to my forever #McGrathMuse, Naomi slaying for PrettyLittleThing at the iconic Cipriani kicking off #NYFW.

Recreate Naomi's enchanting look using the Pat McGrath Labs products below.


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