The 'Queen and Slim' actress attended Vogue World: London in a little black outfit
Jodie Turner-Smith had heads turning at the Vogue World: London event.
The Queen and Slim actress attended the second annual Vogue World on Thursday evening at Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London.
Turner-Smith, 37, joined the red carpet in an asymmetrical one piece. The former model showed off her legs as the one piece had a hike cut that also revealed her midriff. The design was completed by a large bow that draped around her midriff and her chest, creating an off-the-shoulder boat neckline, keeping her torso covered in black satin.
She paired her ensemble with sparkling black satin gloves, with a delicate diamond bracelet, large drop earrings, and a pair of black stilettos.
Turner-Smith sported the shocking all-black number at the Vogue World: London, which was the kick-off event for the England-based Fashion Week. The 2023 event follows the inaugural World Event, which took place in September 2022 for the annual NYFW.
The recurring event strives to benefit performing arts organizations, including the National Theatre, the Royal Opera House, South Bank Sinfonia, and the Rambert Dance Company.
The second celebration was spearheaded by Vogue’s Anna Wintour and Edward Enninful, as well as theater and television director Stephen Daldry, who worked together to pull inspiration from London’s theater epicenter, the West End.
The event began at 8 p.m. BST/ 3 p.m. EST / 12 p.m. PST, and included musical performances and a showcase of highlights from the 2023 Fall and Winter collections.
The four models joined together as Annie Lennox performed "Sweet Dreams." Their London appearance followed their recent cover for Vogue's September issue.
The new series tracks their rise to fame in the fashion industry during the 1990s and debuts on Sept. 20.
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During their Vogue cover shoot, Campbell spoke about how “blessed” she feels to be a part of the industry during the ‘90s. “I wouldn't have wanted to come up at another time,” she said. “There was a sisterhood there, defined by caring and loyalty: When one is down you pick the other one up.”
Crawford added, “One of my favorite things about the fashion industry is these friendships from people all over the world.”
In addition to conversations with the four models, The Super Models will also feature fashion designers Marc Jacobs, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, Paul Cavaco, Donatella Versace, and the late Vivienne Westwood.
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