This Monday was the opening night gala of the American Ballet Theatre at the Metropolitan Opera House and some hot models and celebrities stunned in their fabulous summer ensembles. Everything from peplum to paneling was on display as these ladies stole the show from the ballerinas who were being celebrated. Here are our favorite supermodel stunners of the night.
The supermodel stunned in a Lanvin peplum frock and a bold razor cut bob. Leave it to Coco to know exactly how to pull off such a cutesy ensemble.
Karlie’s Lanvin cutout dress had just the right amount of cleavage to keep it classy but maintain her Victoria’s Secret model sex appeal.
The sexy Ralph Lauren model showed of her luscious curves with a Grecian inspired gown and a peep hole cutout. The very picture of glamorous model perfection.
The Sports Illustrated supermodel donned a full length off the shoulder white gown with a dramatic neckline. Only this 5’11 stunner could pull of a look this bold.
The two paneled mini dress was fresh from the summer fashion lines. With its blue green color contrast and floral detailing, Hearst look sweet and sunny
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