All eyes were on Poppy Delevingne on Thursday evening when she attended the launch of Jo Malone London’s new website ‘The Talk of the Townhouse.’ The bespoke British fragrance house, known for its iconic ultra-feminine scents, from Red Roses to Pomegranate Noir, has hailed Poppy as a ‘Jo Malone Girl’ since 2015. The model looked striking in a brazen red flared jumpsuit. The sleeveless design, which featured cool cut-out panels at the back, enhanced her model figure, and contrasted beautifully against her platinum blonde hair. In terms of accessories, Poppy went for an oversized statement gold choker, adding a touch of Grecian goddess to her awe-inspiring look.
Poppy turned heads in a vibrant red jumpsuit at the Jo Malone launch party
Beauty-wise, Poppy wore her long blonde hair down in a middle parting, while her genetically blessed features were enhanced with subtle make-up, with a stroke of rose hued blush drawing attention to her enviable cheekbones and a bold outline of black liner highlighting her large blue eyes.
Poppy, who features on the new website discussing her recent travels to LA and New York, has enjoyed a busy few weeks promoting her new film, King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword, in which British beauty plays the role of Igraine in Guy Ritchie’s much-anticipated blockbuster, alongside the likes of Jude Law and David Beckham – who makes a cameo appearance.
Poppy worked another awe-inspiring look on the red carpet in London
On the red carpet at the London premiere, the 31-year-old looked striking in a billowing, floor-length gown. The vibrant turqouise number featured a rising thigh-high split which showcased her seemingly endless limbs. Shoe-wise, Poppy wore a beautiful pair of silver metallic heels, accessorising her look with a covetable Lockett clutch by Jimmy Choo.
Poppy recently appeared alongside her sisters Cara and Chloe in Porter magazine - the siblings’ first ever joint interview. Cara gave an insight into their close bond, explaining: "Oh my God, it's incredible to have these two. I don't know what I would do without them, it would be horrifying. We have been through everything together. They helped bring me up. They taught me my love of music. We used to do dance routines to the Spice Girls, which we still do."