Karlie Kloss wears ultra-feminine Carolina Herrera gown to the Fragrance Foundation Awards

The American model look fabulous in the floral design at the star-studded event

Hanna Fillingham

Karlie Kloss ensured that all eyes were on her as she graced the red carpet at the Fragrance Foundation Awards in New York on Wednesday night. The 24-year-old model dressed her enviably slim figure in an ultra-feminine pastel pink maxi dress. The Carolina Herrera chiffon design was emblazoned with whimsical floral embroidery in hues of green, purple and pink, and was tied at the waist with a vibrant green rope belt.

The dress featured a floor-length skirt and cool cap sleeves, a flat collar and miniature coloured buttons. For footwear, she wore a pair of leg-lengthening platforms. An emerald green clutch worked as the perfect accessory.

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Karlie Kloss looked fabulous in a floor-length floral dress by Carolina Herrera 

Beauty-wise, Karlie styled her long, blonde, glossy hair in a sleek low ponytail, which drew attention to her striking features. In terms of make-up, she enhanced her complexion with a glowy base and sweep of bronzer, a strong outline of black liner around her almond eyes and a soft pink lip.

Also in attendance was Katie Holmes, who looked stunning in a show-stopping embellished Zac Posen gown featuring a statement fishtail train.


Karlie worked all all-black look at the CFDA Awards in New York 

Earlier in the month, while attending the prestigious CFDA Awards in NYC, Karlie worked a very different, but nonetheless fabulous look. Unleashing her inner goth, the stunning model worked an all-black ensemble, teaming a blouse with a leather mini skirt and patent boots. A smart box clutch and silver drop earrings completed her outfit.

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Karlie, who has worked with some of the biggest brands in the fashion industry, from Victoria’s Secret to Dolce & Gabanna, recently admitted that she feels older than her years due to her longevity in the business.

Chatting to America's InStyle magazine, she said: “I'm grateful that I'm successful at 24 in a way that I never imagined I would be. I feel lucky I started working at 15 - it's been almost 10 years. I feel like a geezer!”