Ashley Graham, 31, attended Variety’s Power of Women luncheon sporting a gorgeous yellow ensemble, which left very little to the imagination. The busty model, who is best known for featuring on magazine covers and strutting down the catwalk, headed into the event but suffered a wardrobe malfunction in the revealing number. The American beauty flashed her white knickers as she put on a leggy display in the thigh-high split dress, which gave a glimpse of her underwear. The Sports Illustrated model seemingly appeared unphased by the fashion mishap as she blew kisses before heading inside.
The native Nebraskan draped a tan coat over her shoulders, but that certainly did not hide her fashion fail.
The bright yellow dress featured a low-cut design which showed off her ample assets, with the thigh split, at the lower part of the ensemble, showcasing her shapely legs.
She accessorised her look with matching yellow stiletto heels and a blue box clutch bag.
She wore her brunette tresses in loose waves, giving a glimpse of her gold earring, as she placed a section of her locks behind her ear.
Ashley rocked bold make-up, with highlighted bronze cheeks, and a deep pink lip.
The beauty was joined at the luncheon with fellow model and catwalk queen Gigi Hadid, 23.
The Victoria Secrets model kept her look very demure as she sported a sophisticated blue jumpsuit.
She draped her famous figure in the light blue couture number that featured a cape.
Her blonde tresses were pulled back into a high ponytail as she showcased her beauty.
The Vogue model kept her make-up natural as she opted for a slight smokey eye and a berry lip.
Gigi was an honouree at the event for her work with Unicef.
She was among a list of other prestigious honourees which included Golden Globe-winning actress Taraji P.Henson, actress and singer Bette Midler, Grammy winner Kacey Musgraves and CNN international anchor Christiane Amanpour.
The event was hosted by comedian Michelle Wolf.
Co-editor-in-chief of Variety Claudia Eller said, in a statement about the event: “Women continue to use the power of their voices to speak out about injustices of all kinds — and they are finally being heard.
“Our honorees this year have used their influence and platforms to push for change and passionately advocate for others.
“We hope their work and dedication to social causes encourages future generations to do the same.”