Maya Jama takes keyhole trend to new heights in daring red carpet dress
Celebrities from both sides of the Atlantic including Maya Jama and Gigi Hadid came together on Thursday night to attend a fundraising gala for The Prince's Trust, a charity founded by Prince Charles which provides support to vulnerable young people across the globe.
Among those dressed in their finest for the star-studded New York event was Maya Jama, who was also joined by British actresses Lily James and Phoebe Dynevor, make-up artist and entrepreneur Charlotte Tilbury, and British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful.
The TV presenter and personality, 27, might have been surrounded by some of fashion’s most iconic models, but that didn’t stop Jama from being the star of the show, stunning in a daring cut-out gown at the charity event.
The keyhole-style lack and white ombre dress, reportedly by up-and-coming New York-based brand LBV Studio, featured a large cutout at the torso allowing for the 27-year-old’s cleavage and toned midriff to be on full display.
The TV host swept her glossy hair back into a sleek ponytail and accessorised with earrings and rings, including her new engagement ring from her NBA player fiancé, Ben Simmons.
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Jama was joined by British actress Lily James, who also tapped into the cut-out trend in a strapless Miu Miu column dress.
The British pair got ready together with make-up artist and Prince’s Trust Ambassador for enterprise Charlotte Tilbury, who also attended the event, and posted a picture on her Instagram of the glamorous duo.
Inside the event, hosted by Lionel Ritchie, Jama and James joined up with fellow Brit, and Bridgerton actress, Phoebe Dynevor.
Dynevor wore a satin V-neck gown by Louis Vuitton, complemented by the perfect eye liner and Charlotte Tilbury lipstick.
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Elsewhere, supermodel sisters Gigi and Bella Hadid attended on home turf, joined by Karlie Kloss, and models from around the world including Kate Moss, Iman Hamaam and Adut Akech.
Gigi wore a vibrant pink long sleeve style that dropped off her shoulders from Valentino’s recognisable spring/summer collection, whilst her sister Bella opted for a dramatic shoulder-baring vintage Christian Dior design for the star-studded charity event.
Watch: Prince Charles honours the late Jamal Edwards, who was a Prince's Trust ambassador