Gabrielle Union turned the streets of NYC into her personal catwalk on Friday afternoon.
The Bring It On actress, 50, showed off her lean, toned legs in a classic black miniskirt and white Mary Jane heels.
She pulled on a preppy black blazer that she buttoned at the nape of the neck for a sleek silhouette.
Union wore a trendy black Prada purse that sells for just under $1,400.
She wore her braided brunette hair in a cute half-up, half-up style that fell to her waist.
Work on it, girl! Gabrielle Union turned the streets of NYC into her personal catwalk on Friday afternoon
As for makeup, Dwyane Wade’s wife rocked a glossy lip lined with brown lip liner and a demure eye look.
She looked like she was ready for the catwalk as she strutted her stuff down the city sidewalk with her entourage in tow.
Union is in the Big Apple this week with husband Wade, 41, ahead of the star-studded Met Gala, which takes place on Sunday, May 1.
On Thursday, the couple showed their faces at the grand reopening of Tiffany & Co. Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, where they mingled with the likes of Kate Moss and Katy Perry.
The outing comes just a day after it was revealed that the couple and their family fled their Florida home due to the state’s anti-LGBTQ policies.
Wade shares 21-year-old Zaire and 15-year-old Zaya – who came out as transgender at age 12 in 2020 – with ex-wife Siovaughn Funches; Zaire, 21, and son, Xavier, 9, with Aja Metoyer, during a brief split with Union, with the couple sharing 4-year-old Kaavia James Union Wade through a surrogate.
While Wade didn’t reveal where he and his family moved to after fleeing Florida, the NBA legend made a stylish appearance in NYC with his wife.
Union stepped out in a low-cut black lace dress with black ruffles all over the dress.
Leggy: The Bring It On actress, 50, showed off her lean, toned legs in a classic black miniskirt and white Mary Jane heels
Sleek: She donned a preppy black blazer that she buttoned up at the nape of the neck for a sleek silhouette
Pricey: Union wore a trendy black Prada purse that sells for just under $1,400
She had her hair pulled back into a bun with a few strands falling over her face, while accessorizing it with a beautiful gold chain.
The actress also wore some gold rings as she stepped out with her husband of eight years.
Dwyane stepped out in a spotless white T-shirt under a stylish black leather jacket for the red carpet appearance.
He also rocked a silver link necklace with diamond-studded earrings for the Thursday night outing.
The NBA All-Star completed his look with black pants and white sneakers for the red carpet.
During an interview with journalist, host and NBA reporter Rachel Nichols about her show Main featuresWade explained why he decided to leave the state he called home despite being a celebrated figure.
“You know, of course taxes are great. Having Wade County is great. But my family would not be accepted or comfortable there. And so that’s one of the reasons why I don’t live there,” he said.
“A lot of people don’t know that. I have to make decisions for my family, not just personal, individual decisions.”
Fashionable couple: Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade rocked fashionable looks at an event in New York City on Thursday
Gabrielle’s look: Union stepped out in a low-cut black lace dress with black ruffles all over the dress
Dwyane’s look: Dwyane stepped out in a spotless white T-shirt under a stylish black leather jacket for the red carpet look
Wade explained how specific policies and laws passed by the state of Florida now make it difficult for Wade and his family to feel accepted and comfortable in the state.
Last week, educators in all Florida public schools for all grades are now banned from teaching students about gender identity and sexual orientation in a sweeping move announced by the Ron DeSantis Board of Education.
The move marks a massive expansion of the parental rights in education bill — dubbed by critics the “Don’t Say Gay” bill — which was signed into law last year by the governor and sparked a firestorm across the country.
Critics of the policy claim it could harm children who identify as gay and transgender.