Chrissy Teigen looked stunning in a strapless black dress as she attended Saturday night’s Baby2Baby Gala in Los Angeles.
But things changed when the 37-year-old model’s dress opened in the back after her zipper popped.
Teigen – who is married to John Legend – took the wardrobe mishap in stride, showing off her light-hearted disposition by sharing a photo of the wardrobe malfunction on her Instagram account.
The mother of four interacted with her 42.7 million followers on the app by adding a caption that simply read “oh lol.”
The beautiful dress was adorned with an ornate flower embellishment that ran diagonally down the front.
Night Out: Chrissy Teigen looked stunning in a strapless black dress as she attended Saturday night’s Baby2Baby Gala in Los Angeles
Oops: Things changed when the 37-year-old model’s dress opened in the back after her zipper popped.
Luckily for the cookbook author, the outfit obstruction appears to have taken place inside the venue, after she walked the red carpet.
The photo she shared to her Instagram Stories showed her sitting on a chair as a gaping opening stretched from the top of the dress down to her bum.
Chrissy looked distraught in the photo, probably laughing at the unexpected hiccups.
She didn’t let that stop her from enjoying the event, as she then continued to post snippets online.
Stunned by Salma Hayek’s beauty and grace, she recorded a video of the actress speaking on stage.
Teigen captioned it: “Holy Moly beauty, icon!! @Salma Hayek.”
And in another slide, she captured Zoe Saldana, Kim Kardashian and Olivia Wilde speaking to the audience while taking the stage together.
And finally, she filmed herself standing in front of a mirror in the toilet and tagged her glam squad.
Carefree: Teigen took this wardrobe mishap in stride, showing off her lightness by sharing a photo of the wardrobe malfunction on her Instagram account.
Stunner: The bombshell looked stunning with her face painted in flattering makeup
Baby2Baby provides diapers, clothing and other necessities to impoverished children in the Los Angeles area and disaster areas across the country.
Led by co-CEOs Kelly Sawyer Patricof and Norah Weinstein, Baby2Baby provides essential items to more than 1 million children across the country in homeless shelters, domestic violence programs, families foster care, hospitals and underserved schools, according to its website.
At the event, Salma Hayek received the prestigious Giving Tree Award, given to a public figure who has demonstrated exceptional commitment to improving the lives of children in need around the world.
The recipient of this honor last year was none other than Kim Kardashian.