Irina Shayk turned heads at the recent British Fashion Awards with her gorgeous look. She has shared the photos from the red carpet event online with her fans on Instagram, showing the glamorous gray dress she wore.

The Fashion Awards was held in association with The British Fashion Council (BFC). The award is given each year to the person who has contributed the most to the fashion industry through creativity and innovation. The event took place in London at the Royal Albert Hall.

Shayk wore a shiny silver dress with a silt that exposed her slender legs. She finished the look with a pair of matching silver colored sandals. The model shared pictures of her outfit with her fans on Instagram.

According to Daily Mail, Shayk was spotted enjoying the evening with her friend Nicole Scherzinger. The two celebrities apparently met at the dinner and admired each other.

The Fashion Awards was a gala event attended by many celebrities, but the event also helped raise funds for the charities supported by BFC. The awards are also aimed at supporting the new talents in the industry.

Shayk has been keeping herself busy with such events ever since she split from her boyfriend Bradley Cooper back in June. They were in a relationship for four years and share a daughter together, who they have decided to co-parent.

While Shayk was busy with the Fashion Awards in London, Cooper was spotted in New York City, People reported. The actor was watching the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Cooper was wearing a grey sweatshirt and jacket. He watched the parade from the balcony of a luxury apartment, and he kept a relatively low profile.

Although Cooper and Shayk have split, they have maintained a cordial relationship, according to sources. The couple is also on the same page when it comes to raising their 2-year-old daughter, Lea De Seine.

Bradley Cooper, Irina Shayk
Bradley Cooper and Russian model Irina Shayk arrive for the 91st Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California, on Feb. 24, 2019. Getty Images/Mark Ralston