Though Campbell is no stranger to television—she was a coach on the reality competition The Face back in 2013 and 2014—her switch to straight-up acting has impacted her style. For her promo appearances, she opts for an understated version of her signature style. At yesterday’s Fox All-Star Party, she selected a demure sequined red and black Azzedine Alaïa look that highlighted her height, while a press event at the Langham Hotel saw her in knee-high python Givenchy boots and a camo-pattern jacket from the label’s Resort 2017 collection. On talk shows with Wendy Williams and Harry Connick, Jr., Campbell was similarly chic in a tartan column dress or a crimson satin sheath.
While all of Campbell’s looks have been elegant and appropriately alluring, her TV star wardrobe isn’t as ostentatious as the full-tilt glam she's known for. Saving the drama for her performances, Campbell has found a way to wear all her favorite designers while presenting herself in a new light. And even with the lower-key style, Campbell still manages to shine when it counts—like at the Golden Globes, when she pulled out two Atelier Versace gowns in a row. Once a supermodel, always a supermodel.