What's Rising

Winnie Harlow proves herself to be a true wild thing at Met Gala after-party

Winnie Harlow proves herself to be a true wild thing as she flashes her assets from beneath sheer leopard print catsuit at Met Gala after-party

She is one of the world’s top supermodels. 

And Winnie Harlow proved just why on Monday evening as she hit the after-parties of the Met Gala, following a glitzy appearance on the red carpet at NYC‘s Metropolitan Museum of Art and  the opening of the Costume Institute’s annual fashion exhibit. 

The 24-year-old stunner looked incredible in a leopard print catsuit with a racy waspie and matching boots – however the ensemble was given the edge with the sheer material and her braless state underneath.

Oh my! Winnie Harlow proved just why on Monday evening as she hit the after-parties of the Met Gala, following a glitzy appearance on the red carpet at NYC's Metropolitan Museum of Art and the opening of the Costume Institute's annual fashion exhibit

Oh my! Winnie Harlow proved just why on Monday evening as she hit the after-parties of the Met Gala, following a glitzy appearance on the red carpet at NYC’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and the opening of the Costume Institute’s annual fashion exhibit

Winnie, real name Chantelle Brown-Young, ensured all eyes were on her as she flashed her assets from beneath the sheer one-piece. 

The ensemble replicated hoisery due to its sheer material while she wowed further by adding in thigh-high boots with the addition of the corset. 

The Met Gala is the annual fundraiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute and is the most glittery and exclusive event on the New York fashion calendar.

Sizzling: The 24-year-old stunner looked incredible in a leopard print catsuit with a racy waspie and matching boots - however the ensemble was given the edge with the sheer material and her braless state underneath

Sizzling: The 24-year-old stunner looked incredible in a leopard print catsuit with a racy waspie and matching boots – however the ensemble was given the edge with the sheer material and her braless state underneath

It is famous for attracting luminaries of Hollywood, of fashion, music, sports, TV and the stage for an evening of fashion and charity to mark the museum’s spring exhibit.

This year, the exhibit and gala are dedicated to the idea of ‘camp,’ as defined by Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay Notes on ‘Camp.’

The Met Gala, formally known as the Costume Institute Benefit, is always chaired by a team of high-wattage celebrities, and this year is no exception.

Daily Mail UK

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Most Popular

To Top