Adriana Lima makes rare fashion FAIL as she flashes her midriff in baggy trousers at CFDA Awards – Mirror.co.uk
Brazilian beauty Adriana Lima failed to impress as she rocked up to the glitzy CFDA Fashion Awards.
The model’s red carpet look left a lot to be desired at the star-studded bash in New York last night.
Wearing a pair of baggy, ill-fitting trousers which exposed her midriff, Adriana looked more suited to the skate park than the runway.
Her billowy pants swamped her petite figure and looked as if they could have fallen down at any point.
The 34-year-old also wore a silver metallic top which accentuated her cleavage and skirted above her navel.
A black choker necklace and bold ruby lips completed the Victoria’s Secret Angel’s unusual ensemble.
A number of stars fared a little better in the fashion stakes, with British model Jourdan Dunn pulling out all the stops at the annual awards bash.
Wearing a glamorous see-through gown, the 25-year-old easily scooped the award for the most daring design of the evening.
Jourdan looked a picture of poise as she posed gracefully on the red carpet in the sheer lace design which was dripping with silver studs.
She kept her hairstyle simple, but added to the outfit’s glamour with dramatic smoky eyes.
Meanwhile, Beyonce scooped the Fashion Icon Award at the event.
The singer was joined by hubby Jay Z and daughter Blue Ivy who looked as cute as a button as she posed on the red carpet with her famous parents for the very first time, and also her mum Tina Knowles.
After the family made a quiet entrance, Beyonce then took to the stage to deliver a powerful speech as she collected her gong.
The Drunk In Love singer thanked her mum and uncle for designing her early Destiny’s Child outfits because no one would lend to “four black country curvy girls”.
“My mother actually designed my wedding dress, my prom dress, my first CFDA Award dress, my first Grammy dress and the list goes on and on and on,” she shared.
“This to me is the true power and potential of fashion. It’s a tool for finding your own identity, expression and strength. It transcends style and is a time capsule for all our greatest milestones. So, to my mother, my uncle, my grandma – thank you all. “