Ashley Graham was glowing as she walked the London Fashion Week runway (Picture: Getty Images)
The 35-year-old model was glowing in a mismatched dress that was made from a variety of materials and neon colours as she walked in the show supported by Tanqueray No. Ten.
Her dramatic look was completed with a blue eye shadow that dripped down her cheeks to create a messy effect.
She paired her vibrant floral frock with some pale blue patterned tights and walked her way around the runway in a pair of gold open-toed high heels.
The star’s hair was slicked back from her face and was dyed a shocking electric blue on either side of her head.
She accessorised the ensemble with a pink buckled belt that sat around her middle and some rainbow-coloured patterned gloves that came up past her elbows.
The model walked the runway in a deconstructed dress (Picture: Getty Images)
She joined Winnie to take part in the show (Picture: Getty Images)
Claimed by the designer to be inspired by ‘deconstructing eighties party wear’, the show also featured Winnie, 29.
She wore a similar array of colours to Ashley however her dress was composed of ruffles galore and it was drenched in different tones of pink.
Covering her legs with some pink-hued tights, the catwalk star strutted her stuff and elevated her height in some pale pink heeled pumps that tied around her ankle with a ribbon in the same shade.
The show and Matty’s collection launch was in partnership with Tanqueray offered a seat to a star-studded guest list.
Hosting a lavish dinner during the showcase, diners included Georgia May Jagger, Serena Rees, Andreas Kronthaler, Harry Lambert and Zandra Rhodes on the night.
Winnie was a vision in pink (Picture: SplashNews.com)
The model posed for pictures after the show (Picture: Dave Benett)
Leading the charge on the night, Ashley’s appearance came after she opened up about her body issues and commented on being a woman in the fashion industry.
The body-positive model told Today Parents: ‘There’s not a day that goes by where I am not going to have that [body image] discussion with someone else or myself.’
The American star went on to add: ‘And also, just being a woman and being in the fashion industry — being an ‘influencer’ and being on social media — it’s constant.’
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