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!”