Naomi Campbell looked sensational as she showcased her fabulous figure in the latest Alexander McQueen campaign.
The 53-year-old supermodel was the picture of glam in a sparkly red cut-out dress which flashed her toned abs and drew attention to her slender pins.
The new collection draws inspiration from the figure of patron saint of France, Joan of Arc, and includes a selection of striking pieces.
The model paired the unique dress with a matching pair of sparkly scarlet boots as her hair was styled in its natural curls.
The campaign also sees actress Elle Fanning, 25, make her Alexander McQueen debut as she features alongside Naomi.
Wow: Naomi Campbell, 53, looked sensational in sparkly red cut out dress for latest Alexander McQueen campaign on Friday
Glam: The 53-year-old donned a sparkly red cut-out dress which flashed her toned abs and drew attention to her slender pins
In a black and white snap, Naomi cut a sophisticated figure in a fitted strapless jumpsuit with elaborate flower earrings.
Starring in the campaign, Elle modelled a monochrome tailored suit as her blonde locks fell naturally over her shoulders.
In her second look she wowed in a gorgeous embroidered evening gown which clung to her figure perfectly.
Alexander McQueen’s creative director Sarah Burton discussed the ethos of the brand being about presenting a cutting edge but brutally simple style.
She said: ‘Anatomy, anatomy of tailoring, anatomy of clothing…where (Alexander) started on Savile Row, revisiting construction of garments then tearing it apart and subverting it and turning it upside on its head.
‘It feels smart in the times we live in – you want to feel put together and strong against such chaos.’
The autumn collection also features French actress Eva Green, 43, China’s first supermodel Liu Wen, 35, and French singer-songwriter Yseult, 29.
Eva is seen looking striking in the campaign as she dons a pin-striped black and white suit with a white shirt and black tie.
Flawless: The model styled her hair in its voluminous natural curls
Incredible: The star accessorised the dress with elaborate silver jewellery including a chunky silver bangle
Supermodel: Naomi’s makeup looked flawless as she displayed her ageless beauty
Inspired: The new collection draws inspiration from the figure of patron saint of France, Joan of Arc, and includes a selection of striking pieces
Sophisticated: In a black and white snap, Naomi wore a fitted strapless jumpsuit with elaborate flower earrings
Debut: The campaign also sees actress Elle Fanning, 25, work with the designer for the first time
Effortless: In her second look, Elle wore a gorgeous embroidered evening gown which clung to her figure perfectly
The star keeps a serious face as her dark locks are wet and scraped back from her face.
In another shot she is snapped sitting down with her legs crossed over each other in a shimmery dark dress with matching boots.
Elle was linked to McQueen earlier this year after she wore a custom version of a crystal-encrusted dress from the McQueen brand’s fall 2023 collection at the Cannes Film Festival.
The actress added her own touch by adding a voluminous pale-pink tulle skirt to the screening and opening of ‘Jeanne du Barry’, in which she starred alongside Johnny Depp.
In June, the late designer was honoured with a heritage blue plaque at his childhood home in east London.
The plaque was unveiled on Biggerstaff Road in Stratford – where the late fashion designer grew up – by the Mayor of Newham Rokhsana Fiaz.
Striking: Actress Eva Green, 43, donned a pins-striped black and white suit with a white shirt and black tie
Beautiful: The 43-year-old was snapped sitting down with her legs crossed over each other in a shimmery dark dress with matching boots
Fashionable: China’s first supermodel Liu Wen, 35 looked stylish for the campaign in a black waistcoat styled suit
Lady in red: French singer-songwriter Yseult, 29 also features in a red dress and matching bag
Commissioned as part of Newham Heritage Month, it is the first permanent tribute to McQueen, who died after he took his own life aged 40 in 2010.
Speaking after the unveiling, Ms Fiaz told the PA news agency: ‘Lee McQueen exemplifies the brilliance of homegrown talent that has emerged from Newham, and it doesn’t stop with him.
‘For us not to celebrate that talent would be negligent on our part, so it’s really important that we continue elevating the brilliance that emerges from the borough and this is a prime example.’
Ms Fiaz said the plaque was a long time coming and described the unveiling as ‘an amazing moment of community celebration’.