Costume, Mask and Gloves: How Naomi Campbell Escapes Coronavirus | World Fashion Channel

Costume, Mask and Gloves: How Naomi Campbell Escapes Coronavirus

A few days ago, supermodel Naomi Campbell hit the Internet with a video from her Instagram, which shows her carefully wiping the seat on the plane and all the space around it with antibacterial wipes. But it turned out that these measures are not related to the coronavirus epidemic – the video was filmed about a year ago during the model’s trip to Qatar, but now she treats her health with even more attention.

 
 
 
 
 
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Публикация от Naomi Campbell (@naomi)

In interviews, Naomi repeatedly says that she is afraid of getting sick and takes all the necessary measures, even if they seem strange to others. The coronavirus was no exception: the model posted a few new snaps from the airport and captioned: "Safety first". Before going out, she wore a white protective suit, a medical mask, glasses and pink gloves.

Despite the panic in front of the spreading infection, she didn’t forget about style: the model picked up matching suitcase and shoes and put a beige cape with leather inserts over her shoulders. This outfit can be a great protection not only from the virus, but also from annoying fans: it’s almost impossible to recognize the model in this outfit.

 
 
 
 
 
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Safety First NEXT LEVEL. Thank you @lindaevangelista Full video coming on my YouTube soon…

Публикация от Naomi Campbell (@naomi)

Campbell dedicated another post to Italy, whose residents are in a very difficult situation now. Due to the rapid spread of the disease, they can't leave their homes except for emergencies. "My beloved ITALY Of which I spent the first 3 years of my early life . I’m with you . Thank you for always embracing me and giving me so much love" wrote Naomi. In the comments to the post, fans thanked the model for her care and wrote that her support is extremely needed at the moment.