Naomi Campbell ''always'' misses the late Alexander McQueen.

The 46-year-old supermodel has taken to social media to pay tribute to the creative mastermind - who tragically died in 2010 aged 40 years old - on the seven-year anniversary of his death, which saw her gush about the mogul and his ''don't f**k with me attitude''.

Alongside a picture of the brunette beauty with Alexander, which Naomi posted on her Instagram account - she wrote: ''#our beloved #Lee , how much do I miss your don't f**k with me attitude , while underneath most gentle soul and biggest heart . We always say if Lee was here what would he say ? What would he do ? Conclusion comes to NO every time . I love you and miss you always , like us all who knew you. R.I.P #AlexanderMcqueen (sic).''

Meanwhile, the entrepreneur is set to be the subject of an upcoming feature-length documentary titled 'McQueen', which will explore his life from an apprentice at a Savile Row tailoring company to launching his own designer label and his tragic suicide seven years ago.

The production will reportedly be directed by Ian Bonhote, whilst Nick Taussig is on hand to co-produce the movie, and Nick has admitted he was interested in working on the project because he wants to bring the mogul ''back'' to life.

Speaking previously about the movie, Nick said: ''McQueen only lived a short life. McQueen tragically took his own life, and I guess I just want him back ... for his freedom of expression and ability to grab you by the throat emotionally.''

'McQueen' is still a working progress, but it has been reported Embankment Films will be open to accepting sales at Berlin's European Film Market up until Friday (17.02.17).

And 'McQueen' is reportedly set to hit the cinema at the end of this year.