She's a gem! Kelly Brook wows at Fashion's Night Out in London wearing a jewelled nude minidress

By Louise Saunders

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She tends to stick to what she knows best when it comes to fashion in form-fitting dresses which accentuate her famous curves.

And Kelly Brook's style formula proved a winner as she stepped out in London last night (Thursday).

The 32-year-old model hit the Fashion's Night Out celebrations on Bond Street looking stunning in a chic shift dress with jewell embellishment.

Sticking to what she knows: Kelly Brook showed off her curves in a form-fitting nude minidress with gem detailing
Sticking to what she knows: Kelly Brook showed off her curves in a form-fitting nude minidress with gem detailing

Sticking to what she knows: Kelly Brook showed off her curves in a form-fitting nude minidress with gem detailing

With diamantes and brightly-coloured gems adding a touch of glamour to the otherwise plain garment, the brunette beauty kept her hair and make-up simple to show off her dress in all its glory.

 

The actress completed her look with a matching gold clutch bag and glitter peep-toe heels as she hit the town with her fellow fashionistas.

Fashion's Night Out is a global initiative, sponsored by Vogue and the CFDA.

Style queen: Kelly was all-smiles as she attended London's Fashion's Night Out celebrations in Bond Street last night (Thursday)

Style queen: Kelly was all-smiles as she attended London's Fashion's Night Out celebrations in Bond Street last night (Thursday)

Showbiz pals: The 32-year-old model posed alongside singer Pixie Lott as they attended a party

Showbiz pals: The 32-year-old model posed alongside singer Pixie Lott as they attended a party

It was launched by Vogue's US Editor Anna Wintour back in 2009 as a means to encourage consumers to shop and support the fashion industry during the tough economic climate.

As well as London, FNO events are taking place in some of the world's fashion capitals, including Paris, New York and Moscow.

And Kelly wasn't the only one who chose to make the most of the extravaganza in London last night, with the likes of Cheryl Cole, Pixie Geldof, Daisy Lowe and Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend, Florence Brudenell-Bruce, hitting events in the capital.

Fashion's Night Out: Cheryl Cole attended a bash at the Giuseppe Zanotti Design store on Sloane Street, while Pixie Geldof turned out to the Mulberry party
Fashion's Night Out: Cheryl Cole attended a bash at the Giuseppe Zanotti Design store on Sloane Street, while Pixie Geldof turned out to the Mulberry party

Fashion's Night Out: Cheryl Cole attended a bash at the Giuseppe Zanotti Design store on Sloane Street, while Pixie Geldof turned out to the Mulberry party

In a recent interview, Kelly admitted she didn't mind being labelled a 'bimbo' because her job has taken her all over the world.

Chatting to comedian Keith Lemon in a piece for FHM, she said: ''Ultimately you just go with it, don’t you? I just roll with it. If you fight against stuff all of the time, you’re going to make yourself miserable.

'So if someone says "Right, you’re going to be the smiley, girly, booby girl". You go "Okay, yes. I’m going to be that and see where that takes you." And so far it has taken me all over the world, I can wake up smiling and go to bed without driving myself mad thinking "I wanna be taken seriously".'

Celeb attendees: Daisy Lowe (L) and Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend Florence Brudenell-Bruce (R) both turned out for the Mulberry party on London's New Bond Street
Celeb attendees: Daisy Lowe (L) and Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend Florence Brudenell-Bruce (R) both turned out for the Mulberry party on London's New Bond Street

Celeb attendees: Daisy Lowe (L) and Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend Florence Brudenell-Bruce (R) both turned out for the Mulberry party on London's New Bond Street



 

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I don't rate this woman's rear view her thighs are too short and her butt is low sung.

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Never mind what Kelly Brook actually does can someone tell me Daisy Lowe's reason for existence? Talentless sourpuss with no redeeming features.

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Kelly annoys me and i really dont want to see another picture of her on here, but i will accept a picky of her if she's with her rather hot boyfriend who has no top on!! ;o) This is the terms and conditions DM!

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The thing is, Kel is a model of sorts, not a stylish model, but a sort of knickers and bra type, now that is perfectly fine, everyone has to earn a quid in whatever way they can, clearly she couldn't earn from brainpower so she takes the kit off, again fine by me, BUT WHY do we have to see her all the time? Those who want to see her can buy the appropriate publications, calendars etc etc, but this woman is just dull and boring beyond belief with nothing to contribute, so why put her and her gurning, desperate boat in a newspaper, when there's no value to most of us, who would prefer to read about people of interest in the showbiz section? *shakes head.*

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Yee-Haw...direct from The Louisiana Hayride, her dress looks like something straight out of the deep U.S. south. Kelly, Kelly, Kelly - what were you thinking, gal?

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Oh, bore off! Her constant inane grinning wildly at the cameras is very tedious.

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nothing special

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I personally think she's got the perfect figure but that's just my opinion. Everyone's entitled to have their own opinion but those that get nasty/insulting about it, or over excited, obviously have their own issues they ought to deal with before commenting on here.....

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i love it when Kelly's feeling frisky... You can see it the way she looks at the cameras!! Badoiiiiing!!

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What DM? You mean for once Kelly Brook wasn't 'sizzling'? You bought that thesaurus then? :)

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