Biker chick Melissa George smoulders at Versace party

All eyes were on Australian actress Melissa George as she stepped out for a Versace party in New York on Wednesday night sporting a leather triangle bra that showed off her toned midriff

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All eyes were on Australian actress Melissa George as she stepped out for a Versace party in New York on Wednesday night sporting a leather triangle bra that showed off her toned midriff.

She paired the daring number with a leather jacket slung over her shoulders and black trousers. Smoky eyes and a series of smouldering poses completed the look.

 

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Melissa, 36, was joined by a host of fellow celebrities at the star-studded bash. Heidi Klum was showing off her supermodel physique in a black bodycon minidress with sheer panels that exposed her washboard abs.

The mum-of-four teamed the racy black dress with black pointy court shoes, a slicked-back ponytail and red lips.

Black seemed to be the order of the evening, with Mena Suvari opting for black skinny jeans and a leather jacket. It was a similar style to the one sported by Melissa, except Mena had swept her hair into a beehive.

 

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Former Gossip Girl actress Taylor Momsen also stepped out for the launch hosted by Donatella Versace at the Lexington Avenue Armory wearing black. She chose a signature printed suit by the brand that was offset by her tousled platinum locks and heavy black eye make-up.

She was joined by actress Jaime King, who added a pop of colour to her black skirt suit with a bright blue shirt.

British singers Corrine Bailey Rae and Paloma Faith were also in attendance. Corrine chose a blue and white striped cropped sweater teamed with black trousers while Paloma Faith spiced up her otherwise black ensemble with a yellow printed silk shirt.

Hayden Panettiere was one of the stars to completely shun the black colour code, stepping out in a nude lacy minidress and matching Christian Louboutin heels.

Leigh Lezark followed suit, wearing a graphic-printed minidress.

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