Canadian model Winnie Harlow shows off gown with thigh-high slit at Oscars after party
The Canadian supermodel, 28, stepped out at the Vanity Fair Oscar After Party in a long-sleeve, soft pink Giambattista Valli gown.
Winnie Harlow had "legs for days" at the Oscars after party.
On Sunday evening, the Canadian supermodel, 28, stepped out at the Vanity Fair Oscar After Party in a long-sleeve, soft pink Giambattista Valli gown.
The gown featured floral detailing around the wrists, as well as a thigh-high slit in the skirt. Harlow completed the look with silver Alexandre Birman heels, and and wore her hair half-up half-down in tousled waves.
Fans quickly took to social media to comment on Harlow's stunning and leggy ensemble.
"Legs for days. So gorgeous," an Instagram user wrote, while another added "Leggy queen. So beautiful!"
"Winnie looks so good! Classy and chic," someone else weighed in.
At the Oscars ceremony, Harlow opted for a more simple look. She channeled "Hollywood circa 2000s" in a stunning pastel yellow Armani gown with a black zipper and floral detailing around the neckline. She accessorized with a black clutch and wore her hair in an updo.
The sophisticated look quickly garnered applause from fans on Instagram.
"This is so simple and classy, I love it. Yellow looks so good on her!" someone penned.
"Best dressed," another wrote.
"Wow, so gorgeous," one fan added.
Another shared: "She looked amazing!"
"I just wanted to keep it really chic and classy, so we're going with Archive Armani from 2005, and just some really beautiful soft hair, glowing skin," Harlow told "E! Live From the Red Carpet" host Laverne Cox.
When asked what film she was rooting for at this year's Academy Awards, Harlow said she hoped "Everything Everywhere All at Once" would win, admitting that she watched it twice because it was just "that good."
She also shared that she was looking forward to seeing Rihanna, who performed at the ceremony and received an Oscar nod for best original song for "Lift Me Up."
"As a Caribbean girl, I'm so, so, so proud," Harlow said. "The Caribbean is always working and doing good things, so I'm really, really proud to be in this moment and get to see her shine."
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