Amelia Gray Hamlin sizzled as she graced the red carpet at the GQ Men of the Year Awards at London’s Royal Opera House on Wednesday.
The model, 22, ensured all eyes were on her as she flaunted her long toned legs in a skimpy black bodysuit.
Amelia completed the luxurious BOSS ensemble with a plunging silk shirt and teased a hint of cleavage, leaving very little to the imagination.
She then cinched her waist with a chunky belt while adding extra height to already her statuesque frame with a pair of pointed heels.
GQ Men of the Year celebrates stars from entertainment, fashion and sport who have made 2023 a year to remember.
Sexy: Amelia Gray Hamlin, 22, sizzled as she graced the red carpet at the GQ Men of the Year Awards at London’s Royal Opera House on Wednesday
Hot stuff: The model ensured all eyes were on her as she flaunted her long toned legs in a saucy BOSS ensemble
The 26th annual event will be hosted by Amelia Dimoldenberg, in association with fashion brand Boss.
This years list of honourees include Jack Antonoff, Gary Lineker, Wrexham AFC’s Paul Mullin, Paapa Essiedu, and Top Boy’s Malcolm Kamulete.
Other stars to make this year’s list also include, footballers Mary Earps and Jenni Hermoso, athlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson and film maker Molly Manning Walker.
Each of the 26 honoured stars will also grace their own solo cover of the Men’s magazine which will be revealed in the coming days.
The evening was held at the Royal Opera House’s Paul Hamlyn Hall which is located in the heart of London’s Covent Garden.
Honourees were treated to a lavish gift bag inclusive of this year’s best skincare and fragrances as well as an exclusive piece of art and Vault Membership at The Ned.
It comes after Amelia flashed her G-string underwear via Instastory before attending the Glamour Women of the Year 2023 party last week.
She added a black polka-dot Marc Jacobs maxi-skirt to the leather bra-top and gloves selected by stylist Danyul Brown.
Beauty: Amelia completed the luxurious BOSS ensemble with a plunging silk shirt and teased a hint of cleavage, leaving very little to the imagination
Stunning: She then cinched her waist with a chunky belt while adding extra height to already her statuesque frame with a pair of pointed heels
Saucy: The skimpy ensemble drew attention to her peachy posterior
Amelia then hit the red carpet inside Jazz at Lincoln Center in Manhattan to showcase the midriff-baring ensemble at the star-studded event.
She bared her nipples in a sheer baby-blue Alaïa gown while attending the CFDA Fashion Awards at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan.
Hairstylist Hos Hounkpatin coiffed the cigarette smoker’s sleek ponytail and make-up artist Tatyana Makarova applied her vampy eye make-up and pink pout.
‘As early as I can remember, I always wanted to be a fashion model. In particular, a runway model. I don’t know why. I still don’t know why but I’ve never wanted to be anything else!’ Amelia told Vogue France in September.
‘Another day at the office!’ It comes after Amelia flashed her G-string underwear via Instastory before attending the Glamour Women of the Year 2023 party last week
‘I guess a big part is that I always felt extremely empowered watching all of the nineties supermodels on the runway. I wanted to feel the power and creativity and self-expression that they were exuding as they walked down the runway.
‘I keep thinking back to the Vivienne Westwood SS/94 show, where Kate Moss is in a micro skirt with no top on eating an ice cream.
‘From the moment I saw that image, I was just so fascinated by her ability to be wearing such little amount of clothing yet exude so much confidence. As I grew up and time went on, I began to realize that I am a very creative person, and that this was my way of expressing my creativity – it being my artistic medium.’
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