Victoria's Secret angel Adriana Lima takes LFW by storm with Maybelline party

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Victoria's Secret angel Adriana Lima brought some serious glitz and glamour to London Fashion Week as she hosted a party on Saturday night. It was all eyes on the Brazilian beauty at the Maybelline Bring on The Night event, attended by a host of fellow famous faces.



Adriana Lima rocked a skintight minidress

The model showed off her fashion credentials in a skintight, off-the-shoulder leather dress with zip detailing and patent ankle boots. Posing outside, Adriana kept out the British chill in a faux fur jacket. Her hair was down in a glossy blowdry, while she rocked a smoky eye and a coral lip.


The Brazilian beauty wore a smokey eye and coral lip

Adriana was joined by fellow model Jourdan Dunn, who is also a face of Maybelline and was co-hosting the star-studded event. Jourdan wore a black jumper with hook eye detailing on the midriff with a red leather skirt tied at the side. She topped off the look with black barely there sandals and kept her hair in tight curls.


Jourdan looked chic in the casual ensemble

Other celebrities to attend the event were Daisy Lowe, who dazzled in a white minidress and black platform heels, Lucy Mecklenburgh in a sheer black jumpsuit and Anais Gallagher, the daughter of Noel Gallagher and Meg Matthews.


Daisy Lowe dazzled in a white minidress

The event was held at exclusive nightclub spot The Scotch of St James by Maybelline, who are the official make-up sponsor of London Fashion Week. The beauty brand partnered with New York-based jeweller to the stars Maria Tash to provide guests with ear piercings as a momento of the night.  


Anais Gallagher and Lucy Mecklenburgh

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