She never allows attention to be drawn on an outing.
And Naomi Campbell made sure all eyes would be on her at Thursday’s DKMS Gala, looking exquisite in an openwork dress.
The supermodel – who celebrated her birthday with a star-studded bash in Cannes earlier this week – flew back to London for the blood cancer support bash, held at the National History Museum.
The supermodel, 53, sparkled in black satin and dared to go braless under the plunging dress that was precariously held together with a delicate knot.
The flattering garment, which hugged her small waist, flared out to full length and dragged behind her as she walked.
Mesmerizing: Naomi Campbell made sure all eyes would be on her at the DKMS Gala on Thursday, looking stunning in an openwork dress
The mother-of-one styled her raven black locks into big bouncy curls that framed her beautiful features and completed the look with a gold pendant.
Also present at the gala was Alice Eve, who exuded elegance in a semi-sheer pink midi dress.
The issue featured a voile fabric with embroidered embellishments and a sheer turtleneck and sleeves.
The Star Trek Into Darkness actress, 41, completed her chic look with a pair of rose gold strappy heels — and carried a marble handbag for the essentials.
Alice looked classy as she styled her blonde locks into a low bun, leaving some strands in waves to frame her pretty face.
Later in the event, Alice was captured posing with Tania Bryer and Gena West.
Jazz singer Gena looked fabulous in a two-tone silk dress – with a green strapless top with ruffles and a red maxi skirt.
She accessorized the glamorous look with a shiny set of jewelry – with a diamond necklace and matching earrings.
Fabulous four: The supermodel flew back to London for the bash, which was held at the National History Museum, as she chatted with Tania Bryer, Katharina Harf and Gena West
Gorgeous: The supermodel, 53, dazzled in black satin, dared to go braless under the plunging dress which was precariously held together with a delicate knot
Elegant: Alice Eve exuded elegance as she posed on the red carpet at the event
Gorgeous: The Star Trek Into Darkness actress, 41, looked stunning as she slipped into a semi-sheer pink midi dress
Stylish: The number featured a voile fabric with embroidered embellishments and a sheer turtleneck and sleeves
Watch: Alice completed her chic look with a pair of rose gold strappy heels — and carried a marble handbag for the essentials
Friends: Later in the event, Alice was captured posing with Tania Bryer and Gena West
Wow! Jazz singer Gena looked fabulous in a two-tone silk dress – with a green strapless top with ruffles and a red maxi skirt
Here he comes: David Walliams was also present at the event on Thursday night
In good company: Tom Daley (L) was in high spirits as he greeted Walliams (R) on the red carpet
The artist wore a dazzling emerald handbag and wore her raven black curly hair down with a side parting.
Also present were: Tom Daley, Ovie Soko, Lilly Princess zu Sayn Wittgenstein, Basil Eidenbenz, Lord Harry Dalmeny.
The DKMS Gala 2023 was hosted by David Walliams as he opened the night alongside Katharina Harf, President DKMS Global – in support of the fight against blood cancer.
With David and Lord Harry Dalmeny, chairman of Sotheby’s, UK and Ireland, motivating the crowd, the star-studded event ultimately raised £1.5 million.
During the gala, there was the special moment when 11-year-old James Benzel from Nebraska met his life-saving donor, police officer Luke Bugdol, of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, on stage for the first time.
David introduced the pair – saying in his opening speech that ‘DKMS supports groundbreaking research, but their main mission is to attract donors and they are brilliant at that.’
The night brought together over 500 key supporters who continue to help raise awareness and vital funds for blood cancer patients in need of a stem cell transplant.
All funds raised will be used to save patients worldwide by recruiting more donors and providing access to treatment and research.
Special Occasion: Walliams took the stage at the London event on Thursday night
Say cheese: (L to R) David Walliams, Katharina Harf, Victoria Von Wulffen, and Sue Y. Nabi
“This year’s DKMS London Gala showed how globally connected we are. With the money raised, we can give patients with blood cancer a second chance at life.
“DKMS will always be committed to continuing its mission to help as many patients as possible around the world,” said Chair Katharina Harf.
Sue Y. Nabi, Coty Chief Executive Officer and Gala Chair said, “We at Coty are so proud to have worked alongside DKMS for over 30 years.
“DKMS’s science-driven mission resonates deeply with us at Coty as we strive to offer a new, innovative and simply better version of beauty. We want to give people confidence and empower them to be fearlessly kind to themselves, to others and to the world.”