Campbell hosted the event, looking radiant in a white dress complete with a flared out train and cape

By Alexia Fernández
Updated October 25, 2016 01:46 AM
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Naomi Campbell emulated Princess Grace of Monaco at the Princess Grace Awards Gala on Monday night in New York City.

The supermodel looked radiant in a textured pearl evening gown that showed off her fit physique. The dress flared out behind the 46-year-old at the hem and formed into a train behind her.

Campbell had a heavily brocaded cape over one shoulder and accessorized with a silver clutch, bracelet and large diamond necklace.

Queen Latifah and Leslie Odom Jr. attended the event as well. The latter told PEOPLE in a recent interview that the Princess Grace Awards had helped him pay his college bills when he attended Carnegie Mellon University.

“Compiling the list of recommendations sometimes felt like we were submitting for the Nobel Peace Prize!” he said. “When I got the phone call I’d won the award that summer, I was working at the Public Theater in West Virginia. It was a huge help to my family and it changed my life.”

Latifah was honored at the awards with the prestigious Prince Rainier III Award for her years of giving back to the arts community. Campbell hosted the event, while Odom Jr. and choreographer Camille A. Brown received 2016 Princess Grace Statue Awards.

His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco and his wife, Princess Charlene, were also present at the event, along with stars like Rose Leslie, Tommy Hilfiger and Victoria Silvstedt.