Winnie Harlow, Doja Cat, Keke Palmer & More Dazzle On The Red Carpet At PrettyLittleThing Edit Party — Photos
Going all out! Winnie Harlow, Doja Cat, Keke Palmer and more dazzled on the red carpet at the PrettyLittleThing edit party on Wednesday, July 14.
MODEL WINNIE HARLOW DARES TO BARE IN A TOP FROM THE PRETTYLITTLETHING X DOJA CAT COLLECTION — PHOTOS
The A-listers dressed to the nines — and looked fabulous!
Scroll through the gallery below to see their looks!
The model sported a red tie-dye top with matching pants and yellow shoes. Before heading to the event, Harlow — who showed off her curly hair — videotaped herself in the car.
The brunette beauty also swayed to the music while at the event.
"I have been following Winnie's career for a very long time now and she is the ultimate body positive advocate. I am so delighted we've been able to bring this campaign to life and have had Winnie's involvement from the very start," PrettyLittleThing CEO Umar Kamani said of the latest collaboration. "Having Teyana Taylor creatively direct this campaign and be on set with Winnie really enabled us to bring together two powerful females and capture such a vibrant campaign."
The singer flaunted her fit physique in a black dress, which showed off her toned legs.
Josephine Skriver looked gorgeous in a patterned dress, which she paired with black heels.
Meanwhile, the actress opted for a low-key look — a Lakers top with jeans and green and white kicks.
Slick Woods wore a red top with black patterned pants for the occasion.
"There is a lot of work to be done in terms of representation and diversity within fashion from behind-the-scenes, to, of course, in front of the camera, from the CEO's, to the designers, and all the way to entry-level whether it's a new model or whoever is being hired. I also think that everyone in the fashion industry needs to take accountability so that real change can happen..." Harlow said. "Diversity is an everyday thing. It's not a one-off thing or a trend. I'm hopeful that these discussions are currently being held. We just need to keep the dialogue going."