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Since her catwalk debut at London Fashion Week in 2004, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s career has gone from strength to strength. She’s graced countless magazine covers, became the first British Victoria’s Secret Angel, turned her hand to acting, starring in Transformers: Dark of the Moon and created the lingerie collection, Rosie for Autograph for Marks & Spencer. We take a look back at some of her best red carpet moments.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley ensured all eyes were on her as she attended the Moet & Chandon Etoile awards party back in 2011. The British model wore a Burberry white chiffon gown with a deep V-neckline and a thigh-high slit, complete with a jewelled waistband accentuating her slight frame. She accessorised the outfit with a Chopard pendant necklace with three pear-shaped diamonds, matching Chopard diamond flower earrings and Christian Louboutin heels. Sultry waves swept to the side and a bold red lip emphasising her trademark pout made this a truly stunning red carpet look.
At the Transformers: Dark of the Moon premiere in Germany in 2011, Whiteley took her red carpet appeal to new heights as she stunned in sequinned Naeem Khan. The silver dress featured a high neckline and a backless cut out which made the look classic and elegant. She opted for minimal makeup with a nude lip keeping all of the focus on the dress.
The Brit model demonstrated the art of “less is more” in 2012 at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party, in an Antonio Berardi spring 2012 red column dress and a chic ponytail tied at the nape of her neck. Her bright red capped sleeved gown featured cut-out details on the back and was teamed with a black Jimmy Choo Calista clutch, making her one of the best dressed on the night.
The former Victoria’s Secret model was a picture of elegance in a pale blue Cushnie et Ochs pre-fall 2014 gown with sheer panels on the waist and delicate pearl beads around the neckline. The gown featured a small, flared train and a sheer backless panel, which made the runway model look effortlessly elegant and stylish.
At this year’s Met Ball, the 28-year-old supermodel wowed in a shimmering gold Atelier Versace gown. The rose-tinted floor length dress included several cut-out details across the sequinned one shouldered bodice, whilst a thigh-high slit completed the look. Adding to the striking dress, she wore her honey blonde hair slicked back in a deep side parting and wore deep red lipstick giving a subtle nod to this year’s theme “China: through the looking glass”.