Held at the designer duo's Bond Street store, the party was in celebration of Naomi's 25 years in fashion. Dolce and Gabbana
had produced special t-shirts to mark the occasion, with twelve designs each featuring an archive print of Naomi from one of her favourite photographers.
The designers paid tribute to their favourite model, with a heartfelt speech and toast:
"What matters to us, and what we would like to celebrate, are the private moments we shared and that allowed us to know her generosity, her funny jokes and being always ready to help those who needed it."
A delighted Naomi posed with a coterie of models wearing her image, and announced that the t-shirts would be for sale in Dolce & Gabbana stores, with all proceeds going to Fashion for Relief, her pet charity. Also sporting a Naomi T-shirt was fellow super Claudia Schiffer
, who looked low-key chic in blazer and skinnies.
Alongside modelling veterans like Naomi, Claudia, Saffron Aldridge and Erin O'Conner,
were lots of faces from the next generation of model; among them Chanel Iman and Ben Grimes. The latter managed a neat outfit change, from glam mini to chic trouser suit, before heading down the road to the Kate Moss Longchamp party.
Other guests, among them Alexandra Burke, Pixie Lott and Paloma Faith, fought at the packed bar for one of the special martinis (with vermouth poured from special Dolce and Gabbana bottles, naturally). Keeping a distance was Lily Allen, who looked relaxed in a lace shift dress, and Jaimie W