Picture proof that Naomi Campbell hasn't aged a day since 2007
It appears that Naomi Campbell has been aging backwards over the last decade.
She's one of the biggest supermodels in the world, and it appears that Naomi Campbell has been drinking out of the Fountain of Youth as she hasn't aged a single day since 2007.
The 46-year-old model attended the 19th annual amfAR Gala in New York on Wednesday night to mark the launch of New York Fashion Week, looking as flawless and radiant as she did ten years ago (and beyond).
The star turned heads in a striking embellished orange gown, with her hair cascading beyond her waist in curls.
Campbell showed off her endless legs through a thigh high slit in the gown, and completed the look with gold accessories and understated makeup.
The British model and actress, who was scouted at just 15-years-old, has walked the catwalk for some of the biggest designers in the world, including Versace, Saint Laurent and Chanel, and has several Vogue covers under her belt, making her one of the most sought-after models of the 1980's and 1990's.
The brunette beauty credits her flawless skin to drinking plenty of water, avoiding sugar and doing light exercise.
"I take care of myself, eat well, try to balance what I put in my body. I stay away from sugar and drink lots of water," she told W Magazine.
"Yoga and Pilates are essential to me."
Her beauty essentials include serums, under eye cream, body moisturiser and moisturising masks, while she never skips having a weekly manicure and pedicure.
Campbell swears that she would never have a face lift, but uses tape to tighten and pull back the skin.
"I would never do a face lift, so I use tape," she told Vogue.
"I like to put a little shimmer inside my eyes just to look bright and awake and alert. I don't like too much powder on my face in terms of makeup. I like the skin to be a little bit shiny, but in terms of natural oil because I have combination skin. I think I cream my body at least twice a day, I always moisturize my body. It's something my mom instilled in me as a child."