British Fashion Model and Actress Naomi Campbell wowed in a white gown as she led the arrivals at the V&A Summer Party, which commemorated the opening of an exhibition in her honour.

The Naomi In Fashion exhibition, which opens on Saturday at the London museum will guide visitors through the 40-year career of Naomi Campbell.

It is the first exhibition of V&A  dedicated completely to the career of the top model in fashion as conveyed through clothing, paired with compelling photographs and with the voice and experience of the London-born model in the foreground.

Campbell attended the launch event in a white maxi dress with a high leg split and plunging halter neck, accessorised with white sunglasses, silver jewellery and peep-toe shoes.

Actress and Model Elizabeth Hurley also attended the star-studded event in an orange, cream and black striped dress with a plunging neckline and long sleeves.

The new Campbell display include loans from designer archives, as well as the model's "own extensive wardrobe of haute couture" and "notable ready-to-wear ensembles".

Around 100 outfits from her four decades in the industry will be shown, including designs by Alexander McQueen, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Tunisian designer Azzedine Alaia, Gianni and Donatella Versace, Vivienne Westwood and others.

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