Naomi Campbell Sizzles In Versace Alongside Designer Donatella On The Red Carpet

To make a sizzling appearance at the Venice Film Festival, Naomi Campbell needed something that was made in Italy.

The supermodel stepped out Saturday in head-to-toe Versace — and had the Italian label’s designer Donatella Versace as her companion for the premiere of “Franca: Chaos and Creation.”

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Donatella Versace and Naomi Campbell.
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Campbell’s black dress was cut low from the top and the bottom, featuring a plunging neckline and a high center split, along with scarlet lining that added a touch of color. She completed the look with black heels from the Atelier Versace couture fall ’16 collection.

The pointed-toe shoes incorporate a twist, bow-like detailing at the front and a thick ankle strap.


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Naomi Campbell wears Atelier Versace couture fall ’16 collection heels.
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The women were joined by designer Riccardo Tisci to celebrate the documentary about Italian Vogue’s editor Franca Sozzani.

Meanwhile, at the 73rd annual film festival, more stars made stylish appearances at other movie screenings, including Naomi Watts, who looked elegant in an Elie Saab gown and Jimmy Choo heels at “The Bleeder” premiere.

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Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber.
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The Lola sandals from the luxury label incorporate a crossover strappy design, a thin platform and a 4-inch heel. The fabrications include leather lining and a black velvet and satin upper. Retailing for $795, the shoes are available on Jimmychoo.com.

Watts walked the red carpet with her partner, Liev Schreiber. In the biopic, Schreiber stars as heavyweight boxer Chuck Wepner and Watts portrays his third wife, Linda.

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Naomi Watts wears Jimmy Choo.
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