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Naomi Campbell reveals she wears Elizabeth Taylor's kaftans she bought in auction around her house

Naomi Campbell has revealed she is staying glamorous during her time in lockdown and is wearing some of Elizabeth Taylor’s kaftans around her house.

The model, 49, has been vocal about her time in quarantine amid the coronavirus pandemic as she has been streaming an online show from her home.

Speaking to InStyle magazine, Naomi revealed she is ‘chilled’ about self-isolation and is not counting down the days until it ends.  

Fashion: Naomi Campbell, 49, has revealed she is staying glamorous during her time in lockdown and is wearing some of Elizabeth Taylor's kaftans around her house

Fashion: Naomi Campbell, 49, has revealed she is staying glamorous during her time in lockdown and is wearing some of Elizabeth Taylor’s kaftans around her house

She said: ‘I’m in the most practical clothes I could ever wear – t-shirts, sweats. It’s Adidas, it’s workout clothes, and the shoes are sneakers and slippers. 

‘Then at night, to give a little change, I wear kaftans. I’ve got some really great ones. I’ve got some I bought from Elizabeth Taylor’s auctions, so I have some of hers.

‘I’m just chilled. I’m not counting days. I can’t. It’s just… this is what we’re in.’ 

It comes after the supermodel revealed she doesn’t think things will go back to the way they were after the coronavirus pandemic ends and admitted she is ‘loving’ being in self-isolation.

Naomi said: 'I’ve got some really great [caftans]. I’ve got some I bought from Elizabeth Taylor’s auctions, so I have some of hers' (pictured in 1996)

Naomi said: ‘I’ve got some really great [caftans]. I’ve got some I bought from Elizabeth Taylor’s auctions, so I have some of hers’ (pictured in 1996) 

The star was joined by fellow supermodel Cindy Crawford, 54, for the first episode of her online show No Filter with Naomi as the pair spoke to each other over webcam on Monday.

Speaking to Cindy, she said: ‘I don’t think it’s ever gonna go back the same, in terms of the hygiene. For me, never. But when we get this…I will call it a new reset because I really felt like the planet, Mother Nature, needed a break.

‘I felt like a lot of gluttony and excess that this truly was just like, It’s too much. This being still, I’m loving it.

Future: Naomi revealed to Cindy Crawford, 54, she doesn't think things will go back to the way they were after the coronavirus pandemic ends and admitted she is 'loving' being in self-isolation

Future: Naomi revealed to Cindy Crawford, 54, she doesn’t think things will go back to the way they were after the coronavirus pandemic ends and admitted she is ‘loving’ being in self-isolation

‘I don’t love the circumstance of what people are going through, the deaths, the friends that I’ve lost, or the friends and families I know that lost loved ones, also…this is horrible. But the stillness I can see in the air.

Naomi recently revealed she lost someone she knows every day last week due to coronavirus and expects the next two weeks to be even harder.

The model took to Instagram and shared a heartbreaking post about the impact the ongoing pandemic has had on those close to her.

Tragedy: Naomi revealed she lost someone she knows every day last week due to coronavirus and expects the next two weeks to be even harder








Sharing a selfie, she wrote: ‘Going into week 4, these next 2 weeks are going to be toughest yet, every day this week we lost someone I know, there is no time to mourn or being able to be there for their loved ones.’

Naomi encouraged her followers to stay strong during these turbulent times and asked them to try and remain positive.

She wrote: ‘PLEASE KEEP THE FAITH STRONG!! Breathe, rest and reset. Keep your spirits high and your attitude positive! Sending love.’

Naomi wrote: ‘Every day this week we lost someone I know, there is no time to mourn or being able to be there for their loved ones’

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