Fashion Awards 2021: Naomi Campbell and Winnie Harlow the catwalk in Tommy Hilfiger attire

Supermodels Naomi Campbell and Winnie Harlow stormed the catwalk during The Fashion Awards 2021 at the Royal Albert Hall on Monday night.

Taking to the stage Naomi, 51 – who after 30 years in the industry is still bringing her signature walk to the runway – donned denim dungarees and a white sports bra. 

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Wow! Supermodels Naomi Campbell and Winnie Harlow stormed the catwalk during The Fashion Awards 2021 at the Royal Albert Hall on Monday night 

The British beauty proved she still has what it takes as she pounded the catwalk.  

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She styled her long brunette locks in her signature sleek straight centre parting.

She closed the show by walking the catwalk and linking arms with Tommy Hilfiger himself.

The designer looked dapper in a blue suede jacket and matching trousers which he paired with black loafers. 

Star: British beauty Naomi proved she still has what it takes as she pounded the catwalk

Iconic: She styled her long brunette locks in her signature sleek straight centre parting

Flawless: She closed the show by walking the catwalk and linking arms with Tommy Hilfiger himself

Stylish: The designer looked dapper in a blue suede jacket and matching trousers which he paired with black loafers

Old friends: The pair embraced in a sweet hug on stage 

America’s Next Top Model star Winnie, 27, flaunted her toned midriff in a Tommy Hilfiger crop top and blue and red baggy trousers.  

The Jamaican-Canadian stunner oozed confidence as she took to the stage.

Her Hilfiger trousers donned the name of the brand on each leg and the beauty wore navy briefs underneath.  

She accessorised with oversized silver earrings and a stylish chunky chain.

Winnie then performed a dance routine with a group of models before making her way off the stage.

Gorgeous: The America’s Next Top Model star, 27, flaunted her toned midriff in a Tommy Hilfiger crop top and blue and red baggy trousers

Beauty: The Jamaican-Canadian stunner oozed confidence as she took to the stage 

Known as the British Fashion Awards up until 2016, the ceremony was first established in 1989 in a bid to spotlight those making impressive contributions to the industry.

Monday’s event will no doubt pay tribute to Virgil Abloh, who made history as Louis Vuitton’s first black artistic director, and died at age 41 on Sunday following a secret years-long battle with cancer.

The fashion prodigy, a married father of two, had been privately battling a rare form of the disease called cardiac angiosarcoma. He was diagnosed with the condition in 2019.

Dancing: Her Hilfiger trousers donned the name of the brand on each leg and the beauty wore navy briefs underneath

Style: She accessorised with oversized silver earrings and a stylish chunky chain

‘We are all shocked by this terrible news, Virgil was not only a genius designer, a visionary, he was also a man with a beautiful soul and great wisdom,’ Louis Vuitton executive director Bernault Arnault said in a statement.

‘The LVMH family joins me in this moment of great sorrow and we are all thinking of his loved ones after the passing of their husband, their brother, their father or their friend.’

His designs were supported by the biggest names in fashion, including Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Hailey Bieber, and sisters Bella and Gigi Hadid.

Italian fashion designer Donatella Versace was among many celebrities to pay tribute to Abloh on Sunday.

‘Virgil, I am lost for words,’ Versace said on Instagram. ‘The world has lost a fashion superstar. An innovator. A creator for the history books. I am thinking of all your loved ones on this tragic day.’

Fun night: Winnie appeared to do a dance routine with a group of people  before making her way off the stage

Performance: The group showcased their dance moves and seemed to be having a great time on the catwalk

Born on September 30, 1980 in Chicago, the first generation Ghanaian-American Abloh was raised in Rockford, Illinois.

Although having no formal training as a designer, he learned from his mother who was a seamstress.

On the day he graduated from engineering school in 2003, Virgil met Kanye West and went on to meet his then-manager John Monopoly. He became a member of his creative team soon after.

Abloh began his fashion career in 2009 when he interned for Fendi in Rome, Italy, alongside West, Vogue reported.

The pair became fast friends and collaborators, and in 2010 Abloh was named creative director of West’s creative content agency Donda.

News of his death sent shockwaves rippling through social media, where celebrities and fans expressed shock and offered condolences.

R.I.P: Idris Elba spoke during a tribute to Virgil Abloh on stage. The designer made history as Louis Vuitton’s first black artistic director, and died at age 41 on Sunday following a secret years-long battle with cancer