Suki Waterhouse channels the 1960s in chic tweed co-ord and striking bouffant at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party

She is known for her naturally fashionable flair, having rise to fame as a model at the age of 19. 

And Suki Waterhouse certainly upped the style stakes on Tuesday night, as she made an incredibly glamorous arrival at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party. 

The British beauty, 26, commanded attention in a 1960s-inspired suit as she posed fiercely for cameras at the Kensington Gardens venue. 

Leading lady: Suki Waterhouse upped the style stakes on Tuesday night, as she made an incredibly glamorous arrival at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party

Leading lady: Suki Waterhouse upped the style stakes on Tuesday night, as she made an incredibly glamorous arrival at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party

The model put on a quirky display in the co-ord, formed of a vintage white tweed blazer and matching mini skirt.

The jacket pulled into a striking sailor collar, lined with red stripes, while the skirt cut off high at her thigh to leave her enviably leggy frame on show.

Maintaining the vintage feel from head to toe, Suki accessorised with monochrome block heels, before styling her hair into a voluminous bouffant - which drew attention to her naturally striking features as she posed.

Retro: The British beauty, 26, commanded attention in a 1960s-inspired suit as she posed fiercely for cameras at the Kensington Gardens venue

Retro: The British beauty, 26, commanded attention in a 1960s-inspired suit as she posed fiercely for cameras at the Kensington Gardens venue

Striking: The jacket pulled into a striking sailor collar, lined with red stripes, while the skirt cut off high at her thigh to leave her enviably leggy frame on show

Striking: The jacket pulled into a striking sailor collar, lined with red stripes, while the skirt cut off high at her thigh to leave her enviably leggy frame on show

Vintage vibes: Maintaining the vintage feel from head to toe, Suki accessorised with monochrome block heels, before styling her hair into a voluminous bouffant
Vintage vibes: Maintaining the vintage feel from head to toe, Suki accessorised with monochrome block heels, before styling her hair into a voluminous bouffant

Vintage vibes: Maintaining the vintage feel from head to toe, Suki accessorised with monochrome block heels, before styling her hair into a voluminous bouffant

The event is aimed at launching the Serpentine Pavilion - which is a building commissioned by a different architect each year. 

Tickets for the fundraiser retail at an eye-watering £3999 per person, with previous hosts of the event including Tommy Hilfiger, Christopher Kane and Brioni.

Each year the party takes place in and around a specially designed pavilion, which then stays open for a series of evening talks and events for the public. 

Meanwhile Suki is currently preparing for the release of her biographical crime-drama film Billionaire Boys Club, which co-stars Emma Roberts.

Finishing touches: She added a thick slick of eyeliner and a soft pink lip, to draw attention to her striking natural beauty as she posed

Finishing touches: She added a thick slick of eyeliner and a soft pink lip, to draw attention to her striking natural beauty as she posed

The film, which will be released later this year, is based on the real-life club from the 1980's, where Joe Hunt (played by Ansel Elgort) led a group of wealthy boys in Angeles come up with a plan to get-rich-quick with a Ponzi scheme.

However, the plan ends badly for all involved when Hunt ends up murdering investor and con-man, Ron Levin - who had allegedly swindled the group out of $4 million.

When authorities began to investigate the murders, the club's second in command Dean Karny, (played by Taron Egerton) turned state's evidence in return for immunity from prosecution. 

Suki, who plays Quintana, took on a major role in the film's teaser trailer last month, which saw her don a bright pink wig as she lured the affections her boyfriend Dean.  

 

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