Leomie Anderson was sure to command attention as she stepped out in a black mini-skirt for a star-studded art event on Thursday.
The model, 27, looked sensational as she went braless and flaunted her figure in a long-sleeved leather top for the unveiling of portrait The Mandalorian and the Child.
She was joined for the event at the National Portrait Gallery by TV presenter Laura Whitmore, 35, who cut a stylish figure in a pink ruffled jumper.
Wow: Leomie Anderson looked sensational as she flaunted her figure in a long-sleeved leather top for the unveiling of portrait The Mandalorian and the Child at the National Portrait Gallery
Leomie exuded confidence as she sported an all-black ensemble which accentuated her toned physique.
She added a little extra height to her frame with some knee-high boots and toted a small red and black handbag to add a pop of colour.
The beauty, who is Victoria’s Secret first black Angel, rocked a short hairstyle with a fringe for the evening.
Stunning: The model posed up a storm as she showed off her cropped hair do and fringe
Joining the model was presenter Laura who cut a fashionable figure in a pink jumper and long black jacket.
She also donned heels, opting for some chunky black boots, and showed off her sensational figure with leather-effect leggings.
The blonde beauty wore her long locks down, letting them cascade over her shoulders as she posed for some snaps with the new art work.
Chic: Laura Whitmore also made an appearance and looked stylish in a ruffled pink jumper
Group pic: She was joined by radio stars Nick Grimshaw and Roman Kemp on the blue carpet
Also spotted during the night was radio presenter Nick Grimshaw who looked dapper in a suit and light blue shirt.
He completed his blue carpet look with some white trainers. The star was joined for the event by his dancer boyfriend Meshach Henry.
Meshach also cut a suave figure in a tartan jacket and black trousers, accessorising his look with a leather bag slung across his body.
Sizzling: Leomie showed off her toned frame in the skin-tight ensemble before adding a tiny bit of extra height with a pair of knee-high kitten heel boots
Poser: She showed off her model credentials as she took in the new unveiled artwork
Another famous star from the radio at the event was Roman Kemp who was seen posing for a few snaps with Nick and Laura as they arrived.
Roman kept things casual in black jeans and a complementary bomber jacket before finishing off his ensemble with trainers.
All of the stars were seen toting face masks as they arrived with some of them opting to take the face coverings off for some of their snaps.
The stars were attending an event to unveil exclusive portrait, The Mandalorian and the Child, at a display hosted by the National Portrait Gallery.
Glam: Laura added a full face of makeup including a touch of pink lipstick to accentuate her pretty features
Having fun: The presenter appeared to be in good spirits as she stood with Nick for a picture
Staying safe: They both donned face masks for another shot while next to The Mandalorian And The Child artwork
Matchy matchy: Nick and Roman both opted for dark trousers and white trainers
The artwork marks the arrival of the highly anticipated second season of Lucasfilm’s The Mandalorian on Disney+.
Popular characters, The Mandalorian and the Child, are seen in the portrait and have since become global icons after the first season earlier this year.
The 3ft by 2ft oil portrait will hang alongside some of the National Portrait Gallery’s own collection of portraits of familiar faces from the Star Wars galaxy.
Night out: Nick was accompanied by his dancer boyfriend Meshach Henry, who cut a dapper figure in a tartan blazer
Strike a pose: They both popped their facemasks on for another picture by the piece
Suave: Meshach accessorised with a small Louis Vuitton bag slung across his body
These included Sir Alec Guinness, Thandie Newton, Felicity Jones, Ben Morris, Riz Ahmed and Gareth Edwards.
The display will also include original concept art from The Mandalorian created by extraordinary artists such as Doug Chiang, John Park and Christian Alzman.
The display will be available to view via a free-ticketed event, from Friday 30th October and Saturday 31st October.
Luke Bradley-Jones, Senior Vice President at Disney+, said: ‘This is truly the way to mark the arrival of the second season of The Mandalorian.
Big night: Jessica Litwin, Director of Development at National Portrait Gallery, and Luke Bradley-Jones, SVP of Direct to Consumer and General Manager of Disney+ EMEA, were also present at the grand unveiling
‘We are honoured to unveil this portrait in collaboration with the esteemed National Portrait Gallery.
‘The show and characters created by Jon Favreau have been embraced by fans across the UK who can now stand a step closer to inspect them on canvas before streaming the new episodes.’
Created by Favreau, The Mandalorian is set after the fall of the Empire and follows the travails of a lone gunfighter (the Mandalorian) making his way through a dangerous galaxy seeking a path that will lead to safety for the Child.
While still an infant at the age of fifty years old, the Child is a mysterious alien pursued on behalf of Imperial interests.
Bright: Erica Bergsmeds caught the eye in a red jumper and matching handbag