Do supermodels get insecure? They’re human so they probably do, right? While they always seem perfect, we’re pretty sure they secretly compare each other – checking out each other’s outfits, shoes, make-up, and whatnot.
Speaking of comparing, let’s do a little face-off between three gorgeous supermodels today – Coco Rocha, Naomi Campbell, and Karolina Kurkova. All three “walking mannequins” attended the launch of Oxgen Network’s The Face held at The Marquee Nightclub in New York a few days ago.
COCO ROCHA in EMILIO PUCCI
Karl Lagerfeld’s muse, Coco Rocha, wore a beautifully beaded black dress from Emilio Pucci for the event. The piece had art deco pattern all over it, and she mixed it with a short wavy do (a la old Hollywood), ruby red lips, and smoky eye make-up:
Coco Rocha rocks an Emilio Pucci dress to the launch of ‘The Face in New York, February 5
NAOMI CAMPBELL in AZZEDINE ALAIA
Veteran model Naomi on the other hand, kept it clean in a pristine white Azzedine Alaia frock – a gown similar to what Alicia Keys wore to her Superbowl performance last week. She paired the dress with a choker necklace and super thick platforms, also from Alaia:
Naomi Campbell keeps it clean in pristine white Azzedine Alaia for the launch, February 5
KAROLINA KURKOVA in DIMITRI
Fellow The Face coach, Karolina Kurkova, was more daring in her electric blue fabulously fringed dress by Dimitri. The frock (if you can call it that), showed a LOT of Karolina’s mile long gams as it swished and swayed with her every movement. She finished her look with a metallic belt, cuff, and sexy strappy sandals:
Karolina Kurkova in a daringly sexy fringed blue dress at the launch of ‘The Face’, February 5
So here’s the question for you, which supermodel had the best look of the night? Will you vote for Coco Rocha’s old Hollywood glam style, Naomi’s ultra sophisticated get-up, or are you more into Karolina’s effortless sexy fringed look?
Here are some dresses you can grab in case you wish to channel any of the looks above:
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