All eyes were on models Georgia May Jagger and Chanel Iman at the Sunglass Hut Electrify Your Summer party on Thursday night. The models, who are the faces of the brand's Electrify Summer campaign, both showed off their unique style at the event in New York.
Georgia May looked effortlessly cool in a plunging champagne coloured dress with blue velvet spots and stripe detail. The 23-year-old accessorised her look with a pair of green strappy heels and round Sunglass Hut sunglasses which she wore on her head while she cosied up to her fellow model.
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Chanel Iman and Georgia May Jagger are the faces of Sunglass Hut
Meanwhile Victoria's Secret model Chanel flaunted her impressive abs in a fitted white bandeau dress with cut out panels. Like Georgia, she kept her accessories simple with just a pair of sunglasses, drop earrings and silver metallic heels.
The 24-year-old later shared a photo of herself and Georgia together after the event, writing: "New York Evening with @georgiamayjagger @sunglasshut #nyc #electrifysummer check out our summer campaign."
Georgia May has modelled for the brand for several seasons and previously told Teen Vogue why she is perfect for the job.
Georgia May Jagger said she loves wearing sunglasses
"Sunglasses have become like shoes or purses to me – I change them all the time," she said, adding that her favourite styles are "classic mirrored pairs".
Joining Chanel and Georgia May at the event was Alexandra Richards. The 28-year-old modelled in a previous Sunglass Hut campaign and is the daughter of Georgia's dad's bandmate, Keith Richards.
Harry Styles' rumoured love interest Sara Sampaio attended the party
Victoria's Secret model Sara Sampaio also attended the party. The 23-year-old posed for the cameras in a simple black crop top and flares along with a pair of round mirrored shades.
Sara's high profile appearance at the event followed recent rumours that she is dating Harry Styles. The Portugese beauty was pictured hugging the One Direction star outside his hotel in New York, before being spotted leaving at 11am the following morning.