Runway superstars Adriana Lima and Karolina Kurkova turned up the heat at the “Inside the Wave” Gala hosted by IWC Schaffhausen during the 2014 Salon Internationale de la Haute Horlogerie in Geneva, Switzerland. The exclusive event was held to commemorate the launch of the Swiss brand’s latest collection of luxury watches called “Aquatimer.”
Adriana Lima smoldered in a floor-length black gown from Jenni Kayne’s Fall 2013 collection. The Brazilian model made sure that all eyes were on her as she sashayed down the red carpet in a seductive dress that features a plunging neckline and a sexy thigh-high slit. She punctuated her glamorous look with a diamond necklace and a gorgeous timepiece from IWC Schaffhausen’s new collection. Her hair was styled in a high ponytail, and she finished off her look with vampy red lips and a pair of ankle-strap pumps in blue suede.
We think that Adriana looked positively divine at the glamorous event, but we’re a little bit disappointed with her choice of footwear. Her blue suede pumps looked out of place and didn’t seem to complement her beautiful gown. What do you think?
Adriana Lima at the “Inside the Wave” Gala hosted by IWC Schaffhausen during Salon Internationale de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) 2014 at the Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland, on January 21, 2014
Karolina Kurkova graced the event with her stunning presence in a spectacular dress from Julien Macdonald’s Fall 2013 collection. She lit up the red carpet in a gold gown with long sleeves, a daring center slit, intricate embroidery, and gold embellishments. Her blond locks hung loosely down her shoulders, and she wore a statement watch from IWC Schaffhausen. As if she didn’t bring enough shimmer and sparkle for one night, Karolina wore a pair of gold python pumps to complete her fabulous look.
Karolina Kurkova at the “Inside the Wave” Gala hosted by IWC Schaffhausen during Salon Internationale de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) 2014 at the Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland, on January 21, 2014
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