We don’t see Naomi Campbell having this much fun that often.
So I couldn’t resist sharing this cool video of the performance she and her 14 “model soldiers” put on last Friday for Fashion’s Night Out.
The group appeared at Dolce & Gabbana’s store on Madison Avenue, with choreographer Laurie Ann Gibson leading the dance routine.
At this very momet, Alvin Ailey’s dance teams must be feeling pretty smart.
They probably look it, too.
As part of the 10th anniversary for Sean John and the 50th anniversary of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Sean John dressed the entire men’s dance team.
The guys will wear Sean John Fine Tailored suits, dress shirts and ties, and limited edition Ailey Movado Museum Dial Timepieces.
Ailey’s female stars will wear gowns provided by acclaimed fashion designers Badgley Mischka.
Proceeds from the gala will help to ensure the continued growth and vitality of all of Ailey’s important programs — from the creation of inspiring new works to scholarships for talented young dancers to innovative outreach programs.
Madonna’s critically acclaimed sold out Sticky & Sweet Tour 2008 features an accessory that’s to die for.
The Ray-Ban Wayfarer — the edgy sunglasses — is the accessory of choice for the Material Girl and her crew of dancers.
They don the classic black Wayfarer in the show’s finale, an explosive rendition of “Give It To Me” from the artist’s current Hard Candy CD.
In addition, Madonna’s dance team rocks the white Wayfarer while she performs her smash hit “Vogue”.
The original 1952 model has been worn by the biggest names in rock’n’roll and film, including Bob Dylan, Audrey Hepburn in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, John Belushi/Dan Aykroyd in “The Blues Brothers”, Coldplay, and Tom Cruise in “Risky Business.”
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