The show must go on: Naomi Campbell is back to her best as she puts bad hair behind her to host Olympic dinner party
00:30 GMT, 10 August 2012
She made the headlines yesterday for her less than impressive hairline seemingly slipping away.
But Naomi Campbell showed she was a true professional when it came to hosting a charity dinner party last night.
The 42-year-old looked back to her best as she shone in full bloom on the red carpet at Downtown Mayfair, in London.
Back to work: Naomi Campbell looks back at her best as she hosts an Olympic dinner party in association with Fashion for Relief, last night in London
Naomi was determined to put on a great event despite making the news with her incredibly receding hairline while on holiday in Ibiza, earlier this week.
The supermodel looked completely different as she sashayed into the hotel to host an Olympic Celebration Dinner in partnership with Fashion For Relief and Interview Magazine.
The Streatham-born Londoner had styled her hair beautifully with a centre-parting and let it fall over her shoulders.
The big names: Kate Moss arrived in a long black tunic with gold designs on it sporting a rather tanned pair of legs
Worth her weight in gold: Naomi got a closer look at a winner's medal as designer Sarah Burton watched on from her seat
Her long black dress was just as immaculate as it showed off her toned arms and shoulders with the lace chest teasing just enough cleavage.
Naomi said: 'The 2012
Olympics have been remarkable – I am elated for Team GB and the
extraordinary success they have had so far.
'It is a very special and
proud time to be in London and to celebrate the outstanding talent,
which has been showcased during the games.
'I wish everyone taking part
in London 2012 continued strength, determination and perseverance for
the remainder of the games.'
Star turns: Sally Humphries and Ronnie Wood looked like a real dandy couple as they arrived at the charity dinner
Champion: Gold medal winning Olympic cyclist Danielle King showed off her medal to Naomi before passing it to Alexandra Burke
Her long term friend and contemporary Kate Moss was also at the night lending her status to the charitable cause.
Moss, 38, looked superb in a far eastern style ensemble that covered her completely apart from her tanned calfs.
The mother-of-one wore a lengthy black tunic covered in a gold print design which she teamed with strappy heels.
Nervous anticipation: The guests were able to watch Usain Bolt win the 200m final from the comfort of their dinner tables
Party time: Ronnie got into the spirit of things by posing as quietly as usual next to his girlfriend Sally
Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood and girlfriend Sally Humphreys joined the party, with the guitarist as eager as ever to put on a show for the camera.
Olympic gold winning cyclist Danielle King traded in her Lycra for a ladylike pink dress that showed off her legs, and she also gave guests including Miss Campbell a close-up of her medal.
The 21-year-old mingled with Alexandra Burke and actor Adam Deacon as well as A-listers Dame Vivienne Westwood and singer Emeli Sande.
The party guests didn't miss out on Usain Bolt's historic win in the 200m as the race was beamed into the event on big screen TVs.