New York's Museum Of Modern Art welcomed a fleet of celebrities including Cara Delevingne for WSJ magazine's Innovator Awards on Wednesday.
The 26-year-old London-born supermodel sizzled in a backless black ensemble that featured slightly sheer chessboard-patterned long sleeves.
Her getup featured a turtleneck and two large openings at the front, allowing for a view of her cleavage and of her enviably svelte midriff.
Cara accented her unmistakable features in makeup, shoving her hands in her pockets and emphasizing her trim frame.
Her dirty blonde hair was closely cropped and she balanced on a black pair of high-heeled boots that provided her with a bit of extra height.
She did a bit of mingling while she was at the swanky, star-studded affair, including with Solo: A Star Wars Story actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
Diversifying: Cara, who first rose to public prominence as a model, has also made inroads into the acting side of the entertainment industry
Cara, who is being linked to Ashley Benson of Pretty Little Liars fame, will also be starring opposite Orlando Bloom in a new show.
The Amazon Prime series, created by Castle writer René Echevarria and Pacific Rim co-writer Travis Beacham, is slated to bow next year.
Cara, whose sister Poppy Delevingne is also a model, will also co-star with Alexander Skarsgard in a forthcoming thriller called Fever Heart.
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