Former Victoria's Secret Angel Heidi Klum, 46, looked undeniably stunning at the amFAR New York Gala on Wednesday evening.
The supermodel has once again proven that she simply doesn't age as she stepped out onto the red carpet in a beautiful silk garment.
Heidi, who has four children, wore a jaw-dropping sky blue gown to the huge event, and it looked as snuggly as a duvet.
It was embellished with matching blue beads across the front and back, and featured a very sexy thigh-high split as well as strapless features.
The German model, who is best known for walking the Victoria's Secret runway, looked slimmer than ever in the beautifully-designed dress, and showcased her tanned, toned pins.
She paired it with a simple dainty silver necklace and a strange-looking sphere shaped crystal-clustered bag.
The stunning blonde bombshell wore fiery make-up - including a smoky burnt orange eye and blush.
She couldn't stop smiling for the cameras as she posed up a storm at the event.
Heidi quit Victoria's Secret in 2010 after 13 years of modelling for the world-famous lingerie brand.
She told the New York Post at the time: "All good things have to come to an end. I will always love Victoria's Secret. It has been an absolutely amazing time."
Since quitting the brand, Heidi got married to Tom Kaulitz, and last night she admitted "so far, so good" about her new marriage to USA Today at the event.
"He's an amazing person. I couldn't be happier," she continued.
Tom is a 30-year-old Tokio Hotel guitarist, and Heidi said "I do" to the hunk last August.
Talking about her Valentine's Day plans with her new hubby, Heidi admitted they "always do something cute for the kids".
She added: "I will see what my husband has in mind. I want to be surprised this year."
Heidi has been married twice before. She tied the knot with Rick Pipino from 1997 to 2002 and singer Seal from 2005 to 2014.
She shared three children with Seal - Heanry, Johan and Lou. However the father of her eldest child, Helene, is Italian businessman Flavio Briatore.
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