Naomi Campbell is the latest celebrity to bring fashion trends back from the early 2000s.
On Tuesday, the model attended a pop-up event for her charity organization, Fashion For Relief, in London, England. While there, she walked the red carpet in a strapless black dress that bubbled around her waist. Underneath, she donned a pair of wide-leg denim capris.
To complete her look, Campbell also wore silver jewelry, metallic platform sandals, and a black choker necklace.
Bubble skirts and dresses were all the rage in the early 2000s — as were capri pants. Stars like Paris Hilton, Christina Milian, and Anne Hathaway all wore the controversial looks throughout the decade’s early years.
But though the 2000s-inspired skirt style might be coming back into fashion — to the dismay of many people — it was actually first created in the 1950s. According to CR Fashion Book, the style first emerged after World War II.
At the time, bubble clothes were made from layers of organza or tulle, and designers like Givenchy picked up on the trend. The style remained popular into the ’60s, and even reemerged in the ’80s.
Though bubble clothing might not be everyone’s favorite look, Campbell undoubtedly wore the trend for a good cause: the Fashion For Relief pop-up event.
Fashion For Relief is a charitable organization that was created by Campbell in 2005. It annually hosts fashion-themed events to raise money for people in need around the world. In the past, it’s raised funds for victims of Hurricane Katrina, and has also held events in cities like Moscow, Mumbai, and London.
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