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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley sparkles at fashion dinner
All eyes were on Rosie Huntington-Whiteley as she attended a fashion dinner in London on Thursday night, showing off her incredible figure as she stepped out in a Michael Kors dress.
The lingerie model looked stunning in the sweetheart neckline, graphic print number that was cinched in at the waist with a black patent belt. Tousled tresses and red lips completed the look.
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She joined a host of fashion insiders at the Vogue dinner, which took place at Café Royal, including guest of honour Michael Kors.
Also present at the swanky bash was Samantha Barks , who shot to fame for her role in Oscar-winning film Les Miserables. The brunette beauty showed off her fashion prowess in a skintight black catsuit, accentuating her waspish waist with a thick snakeskin belt.
She accessorised with towering stilettos and a clutch bag, topping off her look with smoky eyes. The star, who recently bagged an Empire award for best female newcomer, struck a series of sultry poses on the grand stairs of the London hotspot.
The actress rubbed shoulders with Daisy Lowe, who was channelling old Hollywood glamour in a black lace swing dress that she teamed with red lips and side-swept girls, and Yasmin le Bon, whose fresh-faced, youthful appearance belied her 48 years.
The model wore a green and black striped pleated dress and tied her hair back.
Bradley Cooper's rumoured new girlfriend Suki Waterhouse looked lovely as she mingled with fashion's elite, opting to channel military chic in a khaki structured dress and studded bag.
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