Shopping #Empire: Camilla Marks’ DVF Metallic Gold Mia Playsuit

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In “The Devil Quotes Scripture,” Naomi Campbell guest stars as Camilla, a London-based fashion designer who embarks on a scandalous affair with Hakeem. When we first see her, she struts into Laviticus in a DVF metallic gold playsuit with Christian Louboutin Foilles Resille Pumps on her feet. Black fishnet tights sheathed her enviable gams. If you look closely, she has an Alaïa Laser-cut Leather Clutch tucked under her arm. I’ll catch the replay over at the Fox website to see if I can identify her shoes. I’ve been on a roll lately! Photo: Facebook

Jourdan Dunn Wears DVF Mia Playsuit

The Mia Playsuit first debuted this past year. Jourdan Dunn (who was actually mistaken for fellow model Joan Smalls on a few websites. For shame.) wore the metallic gold and black Lurex romper in Diane Von Furstenberg’s AW14 show. It’s interesting to note that Naomi’s playsuit isn’t as flashy as the runway version; in fact, I would say that it’s rather subdued. Photo: MatchesFashion

Naomi Campbell in DVF Metallic Gold Mia Playsuit

I spoke too soon! While cruising through the web I found an alternate image of Naomi Campbell giving me her best “get over here and handle me” gaze. In this particular shot, the sparkling gold jumpsuit is as glitzy as the original. Photo: Glamour.

I’m not going to analyze the relationship she has with Hakeem as it’s giving me Oedipus complex teas. Lordt. Check out her official introduction below:

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