Stella Maxwell made sure to capture attention as she stepped out at the 2023 LACMA Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles on Saturday night.
The model, 33, put on a very glamorous display in a show-stopping ensemble as she arrived at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art for the event, presented by Gucci.
She showed off her incredible figure in a stunning black lace gown with a daringly low neckline and quirky cut-out detailing.
Stella gave herself a few extra inches in a pair of black heels and made sure all eyes were on her during her grand entrance.
The LACMA Art+Film Gala is in its 11th year and Saturday’s event honoured director David Fincher and public art pioneer Judy Baca.
Stella has been filtering through a busy schedule and two months earlier in June, she notably made an appearance at the star-studded LuisaViaRoma & British Vogue Runway Icons fashion event in Florence.
The supermodel — who has previously been linked to stars such as Miley Cyrus and Kristen Stewart — was spotted during Paris Fashion Week later that same month.
Back in April, Maxwell celebrated after she signed with the Society Management — a talent and modeling agency based in New York City.
In a statement to WWD at the time, Stella expressed, ‘Change in all things is sweet like lemonade That first part is Aristotle, but the lemonade part is all me.’
‘I am very excited to be working with the Society family. I have been with Elite Paris for many years, so it feels very natural to be working within their network,’ she further gushed.
The agency — which was launched back in 2013 — also shared its excitement to represent Maxwell in a statement, according to the outlet.
‘The Society Management is honored to welcome Stella Maxwell to our roster. Stella is a fashion icon that has had an outstanding career over the years within the fashion sector, as well as with her admirable advocacy work.’
The star currently boasts 9 million fans and followers on Instagram and opened up about the social media platform during a past interview with Teen Vogue.
‘I think social media has changed the game for modern-day models and people in general — men, women, everyone,’ she admitted.
Maxwell later added, ‘It’s kind of just changed fashion, you can see the change. It’s a powerful tool. It’s really changed the game because models have so much more power now and we can really say a lot…’
In regards to how the she felt the fashion industry has changed, the model explained, ‘I think these days everyone is becoming way more open and there’s been a huge shift. I think fashion especially has influenced that.’
‘People are more open and comfortable now in our industry,’ Stella stated, and later added, ‘And I see a huge transition — I think everyone’s getting way more comfortable and less judgmental and I think it’s all on the up.’