The exhibition party unveiling the opening of the Vogue 100: A Century of Style at the National Portrait Gallery celebrated a century of fashion from some of the world’s greatest influencers. At the exclusive preview, A-list celebrities were invited to attend the event offering the first ever sighting of the impressive fashion curation before it showcases to the public on the 11th February.
Amongst the list of celebrities who attended the exclusive event included designers, models and entertainers, making the affair a truly star studded evening. Some of the guests favoured statement looks for a striking entrance, whilst others opted for more understated yet chic ensembles. The memorable evening resulted in an equally captivating guest list.
Perhaps one of the most memorable ensembles of the evening, the supermodel stuck with a reliable black dress and impressed onlookers in a simple yet sophisticated Self-Portrait piece. The timeless dress flaunted nothing other than understated elegance that triggered a not-so-understated response. A mesh of texture, high neck and flattering tiered skirt showed off Jourdan’s graceful figure charmingly.
The British model looked delightfully elegant in a floral monochrome cold-shouldered dress by Erdem. Featuring a high neck, puff sleeves and deconstructed hemline, the opulent dress looked sophisticated styled with a Smythson clutch and a sleek up-do.
The supermodel made a striking entrance in a revealing black Christopher Kane dress. Showing off her toned and honed legs with a high thigh split, cold shoulder sleeves and cut outs. Simple accessorising and a fresh face complemented the look, allowing the dress to be the central focus.
Wearing a Ralph & Russo couture ensemble, the model looked compelling and sophisticated in a jacket and skirt, keeping accessories minimal. The co-ord featured a deep v neckline and wrap-over fastening, showing off Suki Waterhouse’s supermodel figure. Gently tousled waves and beige eye makeup complemented the ensemble flawlessly.
Looking exquisite in a glamorous floor-length Marc Jacobs gown. The glowing golden piece made a strong impression with a plunging neckline, risqué cut outs and ruffled cap sleeves paired with a loose pony tail and minimal makeup. The gown was accessorised with simplistic yet elegant gold jewellery.
The Editor-In-Chief of British Vogue looked supremely elegant in a patterned Erdem midi dress, pointed high heels and simple accessories. The shin-skimming frock features a flattering fitted waist, collarbone neckline and cap sleeves and her blow-dried hair style perfectly complemented the combination.