She dazzled on the the steps of the Metropolitan Museum Of Art for the Met Gala on Monday night in a show-stopping Burberry gown.
And Naomi Campbell cut a much more casual figure as she stepped out in New York on Thursday.
The supermodel, 51, wore a chic denim dress as she arrived at her Greenwich Hotel cutting a low-key figure wearing a face covering.
Laid-back look: Naomi Campbell went for a casual look in a denim dress and Nike high-tops as she stepped out in New York on Thursday
Incredible: The supermodel, 51, in her Burberry couture gown which she wore to the Met Gala on Monday night
Swapping her red carpet stilettos for a pair of Nike Jordan 1 retro high pine green trainers, the runway icon nailed casual chic as the strolled through the village.
Naomi teamed the look with a cropped bomber jacket as she shielded her eyes behind a pair of octagon framed sunglasses.
Her hair was parted in the middle and styled sleek and straight.
Out and about: Naomi wore a pair of Nike Jordan 1 retro high pine green trainers as she strolled through the trendy village
Street style: Naomi teamed the look with a cropped bomber jacket as she shielded her eyes behind a pair of octagon framed sunglasses
The outing comes after Naomi looked effortlessly elegant in a floor-length Burberry number which was covered in glitzy detailing at the Met Gala three days previous.
She nailed the ‘gilded glamour’ theme by adding matching face gems to her look that were arranged in a pretty pattern.
Her dress swept over her toned frame and was cinched in at the middle and featured in built gloves that perfectly matched her dress.
The beauty accessorised with dangly earrings and a huge diamond ring as she posed up a storm.
She wore her long dark tresses in a sleek straight style and opted for a dramatic makeup look to compliment her face gems.
Stylish: Naomi looked effortlessly elegant in the floor-length number which was covered in glitzy detailing and featured a statement beaded collar
Naomi stunned fans by announcing the birth of her daughter in May, just weeks after appearing on the New York Fashion Week runway without a visible baby bump.
But she says the nine-month old child – whose biological father has never been named – is hers amid growing speculation regarding its biological parentage.
Speaking to the latest edition of British Vogue while posing with her daughter for an exclusive cover shoot, the model confirmed: ‘She wasn’t adopted – she’s my child.’
Flawless: She nailed the ‘gilded glamour’ theme by adding matching face gems to her look that were arranged in a pretty pattern
Naomi played coy during the new interview, and despite confirming her daughter is not adopted, refused to elaborate further on her first born.
However she admitted that very few of her wide circle of friends and family members knew she was planning on becoming a parent.
She explained: ‘I can count on one hand the number of people who knew that I was having her. But she is the biggest blessing I could ever imagine. It’s the best thing I’ve ever done.’
Naomi has travelled extensively over recent months, clocking up air miles with trips to the south of France, Qatar, London, Los Angeles and Paris in little more than eight weeks.
But she insists her daughter doesn’t mind flying, noting: ‘I’m lucky my little one loves to travel like me – no whimpering taking off or landing. She’s a good girl: she sleeps very well, she hardly ever cries and I’m told she’s very alert for her age.
‘She’s just started waving, which is fun. She laughs a lot. She’s almost talking. I think she might walk before she crawls. And she’s got six teeth already.’
Sensational: Her dress swept over her toned frame and was cinched in at the middle and featured in built gloves that perfectly matched her dress
She added: ‘I always knew that one day I would be a mother, but it’s the biggest joy I could ever imagine. I’m lucky to have her and I know that.’
The supermodel – who is believed to be single – surprised her Instagram followers in May by sharing a picture of herself cradling her newborn daughter.
Offering a first look at her new arrival with a picture of her baby girl, whose name has not been revealed, she wrote: ‘A beautiful little blessing has chosen me to be her mother.
Model mum: Naomi announced she is a mother in May, four years after crediting science with giving her the opportunity to start a family ‘whenever she wants’
‘So honoured to have this gentle soul in my life there are no words to describe the lifelong bond that I now share with you my angel. There is no greater love.’
Naomi was last in a relationship with rapper Skepta in 2018 but enjoyed a fling with Liam Payne the following year. She has also enjoyed high-profile relationships with the likes of Diddy, Robert De Niro, Mike Tyson and Russian billionaire Vladislav Doronin over the years.
Although she is notoriously private about her love life, she has previously stated she is ‘on good terms’ with her exes and is not believed to be dating anyone new at present.
HOW DID NAOMI BECOME A MOTHER AT 50 YEARS OLD?
Naomi has not revealed the method in which she welcomed her daughter but has previously spoken about her many options for starting a family
Some mature mothers choose to have a baby via surrogacy, when someone has a baby for a couple who cannot have a child themselves.
Straight surrogacy uses the surrogates own eggs to conceive and can take place at home using artificial insemination, using an insemination kit or via a clinic using IUI or IVF with the surrogate acting a known egg donor.
Surrogacy is legal in the UK, but it’s illegal to advertise for surrogates. No financial benefit other than reasonable expenses can be paid to the surrogate.
Naomi previously hinted at looking into surrogacy when she said: ‘I think about having children all the time. But now with the way science is I think I can do it when I want.’
More mothers are waiting until later in life to have children, but pregnancy after 50 is still quite rare.
A woman’s fertility begins to decline in her early 30s. After age 35, her number of viable eggs starts to fall more quickly.
However celebrities have made headlines for having kids in their later years, including Janet Jackson who had her son, Eissa Al Mana, at age 50.
Naomi said she wanted to welcome a child with a partner, stating: ‘I do want a father figure. I think it’s important. It’s the way I feel today, sitting here talking to you’
She also hinted at wanting a traditional family set up when she announced: ‘I want the same things as every other woman: the house, the kids, the lot’
In another interview she said: ‘I’d love to have kids. I don’t discount anything in life. I love kids and always will.’
Naomi’s baby announcement came after she admitted that she would ‘think about having children all the time’ but wasn’t planning to rush herself to start a family.
Speaking to ES Magazine back in 2017, she said: ‘I think about having children all the time. But now with the way science is I think I can do it when I want.’
Asked if she would have the child herself rather than adopt, she replied: ‘Maybe. Maybe… Maybe.’
However, the Vogue cover girl insisted that she did not want to be a single parent so would find a suitable partner first.
She said: ‘I do want a father figure. I think it’s important. It’s the way I feel today, sitting here talking to you.’