Lais Ribeiro: The model was bringing all the glamour in her custom Galia Lahav gown styled with Sam Edelman ‘Ariella’ sandals in matching white satin. The model never disappoints. Sexy, without doing the most.
Elsa Hosk: The model, who was very much an ambassador for Etro during Cannes Film Festival, opted for something different wearing a holographic purple strapless dress from Rick Owens. The fabric might feel familiar to you, as Kim Kardashian wore a similar custom creation to the 2019 FGI Night Of Stars Gala.
Cindy Bruna: I don’t feel like I need to tell you that this dress comes from the Stéphane Rolland Spring 2020 Haute Couture collection. No one creates such sensual elegance with sculptural precision as the French designer.
Jazzelle Zanaughtti: The model lit up the red carpet with her vibrant floral embroidered gown. The feathered boa made the piece pop even more.
Devon Windsor: This Aadnevik Spring 2020 gown might not feel as unique a Jazzelle’s, yet the model looks gorgeous in this green feather creation.
Iman: The honoree kept things very chic wearing a Donna Karan tuxedo inspired gown.
Padma Lakshmi: Much like Iman, the author and television host opted for simple elegance in this off-white design.
Nina Agdal: The Danish model was lovely in all black lace.
Victoria Justice: Brings the glitz and the glamour to the star-studded affair with her shimmery silver Hamel gown which was one of the standouts on the night.
Coco Rocha: The supermodel opted out of wearing a gala gown to for something more in tune with her adventurous sense of style by donning a Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2020 Haute Couture jumpsuit with over-the-top ruffles and lace, which is the same look she wore on the runway.
Sydney Sweeney: The ‘Euphoria’ actress was looking effortlessly elegant at the fanciful affair wearing a white Oscar de la Renta Spring 2020 gown, yet I wanted more in terms of styling.
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