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Poppy Delevingne shunned ballgowns in favour of a sultry ab-flashing trouser co-ord as she attended the Harper's Bazaar ICONS party at the Plaza Hotel during New York Fashion Week on Friday.
The model, 31, looked sensational as she paraded her toned abs in the midriff-exposing number, with her trousers sitting high on her waist to accentuate its narrow circumference.
Pert - Bust - Scanty - Bralette - Top
Poppy displayed her pert bust by wearing a scanty bralette top, and shrugged a stylish floor-skimming purple kimono over her shoulders.
Poppy's kimono featured a gold embellished design, which adorned the sleeves of the cover up and adorned the back in an intricate pattern.
Bleach - Blonde - Side - Pony - Tail
She styled her bleach blonde tresses into a sleek low side pony tail, and added a pair of large gold hoop earrings to glisten at her jawline.
The beauty painted her visage with peach make-up to highlight her glowing complexion, and laughed as she pulled a series of poses to work the camera.
Poppy - Height - Statuesque - Frame - Pair
Poppy added height to her statuesque frame with a pair of strappy sandals, and her cigarette style trousers featured a tapered ankle to give prominence to the slender shape of her legs.
The Harper's Bazaar icons are hand selected by the magazine's global fashion director, Carine Roitfeld, and the exclusive ICONS party was sponsored by luxury brands Laura Mercier and Swarovski.
September - Issue - Cover - Weeknd - Attendance
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