Naomi Campbell Says She's Donating Her Famous Airport Hazmat Suit to a Museum

The world is still not over Naomi Campbell's airport hazmat suit.
During an episode of First We Feast's hit YouTube series Hot Ones, the supermodel was asked if we could see a designer version of the full-body garment that protects against hazardous materials on the catwalk next season, and she told host Sean Evans, that there is a "Big Chance" you might encounter.
"I was asked to take my protective suit to a museum. They asked me about the one I was actually wearing and my Burberry cape that I was wearing over it," she added, referring to her now famous stroll through the international airport of Los Angeles amid the coronavirus pandemic in March.
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The fashion icon didn't say which museum would like to show her protective travel outfit, but she did confirm I will give it to [them] - and tried some of the hottest hot sauces in the process as part of the unique show format in which celebrities have chicken wings with increasingly flavorful sauces eat while answering questions about their life and career.
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During the clip, the supermodel also admitted that despite her longevity and influence in the fashion industry, she is still confused by some modern streetwear styles.
"I have to tell you when I got my Off-White for the first time - I love Mr. Virgil Abloh, thank you very much - I wasn't sure, do I keep [the label] or do I take it off? Because in my generation I would have taken it off. "
Fortunately, a '90s supermodel and Campbell's longtime friend, Linda Evangelista's son, informed her, "No, no, you should keep doing it."
"That's how my girlfriend raised me to stay on the label," she joked.
Evans, whom fans have relied on for in-depth interviews and well-researched questions, even recalled Campbell's epic overflow in 9-inch heels during the Vivienne Westwood runway show in the fall of 1993 during the interview and asked, "Were you in the Location?" to rewind the tape and find out exactly what went wrong at that moment? "
The star replied, "I don't have to run the tape back to look at it. I can remember the tape in my head." The veteran stated that a certain technique was required to successfully wear a pair of Vivienne Westwood shoes.
"I just ran like I was walking in normal shoes. No, no, no," she said. "That's why I fell."
Aside from her iconic hazmat suit moments and fashion flashback stories, the supermodel also revealed her all-time favorite trend (a black dress) and one that she hopes will never return.
"I don't like Crocs. Sorry Crocs," she said, trying to catch her breath after trying one of the hottest sauces. "Nothing against your brand. I think it's a bad shoe."
In March, the legendary supermodel made headlines when she wore a hazmat suit on her trip through LAX to return to New York.
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In a YouTube video on her popular Being Naomi channel shared later that month, the supermodel made it clear that she wasn't wearing the suit "for laughing" but was taking the outbreak very seriously.
“We have to do what we have to do. So today you came to meet me. I'm in LA and I'm going back to New York, "she said in her video." Since this is a very delicate time in the world, I will not lie to you and say that I am not nervous about taking this flight ... I am "
"So, here's my outfit," she added as a photo of her $ 15.99 purchase from Amazon - an elastic waist, bootie, and hooded Tyvek jumpsuit from DuPont Industrial & Scientific - flashes across the screen.
"That's it. This is my precaution. What do you think?" The supermodel continued with a laugh in the video. “Honestly, this is not a fun time. It's not a humorous time. I don't make that laugh. This is how I feel good when traveling. "
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