Love Island's Amy Hart exudes glamour in a chic blouse with sequinned trousers as she steps out for the World Fashion Awards
She's quickly become a red carpet fixture on the London social scene, after making an abrupt and emotional exit from this summer's edition of Love Island.
And Amy Hart, 27, enjoyed another exclusive event on Wednesday night, when she was among the guests at the inaugural World Fashion Awards, held at The Savoy.
The former flight attended exuded glamour as she arrived at the event in a chic black blouse, which she teamed with a pair of eye-catching sequinned trousers.
Night on the town: Amy Hart, 27, enjoyed another exclusive event on Wednesday night, when she was among the guests at the inaugural World Fashion Awards, held at The Savoy
Boosting her height with a pair of strappy heels, the TV personality wore her glossy blonde locks in bombshell waves, which fell to her shoulders.
Sporting a flattering palette of makeup that included a deep pink blush and smokey eyeshadow, she accessorised with a pair of gold heart-shaped drop earrings.
Her outing came one day after she stepped out looking stylish in a hot pink gown for a gala performance of Big The Musical, held at London's Dominion Theatre.
Glamorous: The former flight attended exuded glamour as she arrived at the event in a chic black blouse, which she teamed with a pair of eye-catching sequinned trousers
Let your legs do the talking like Amy in sequin trousers by Zeynep Kartal
Amy Hart has been living her best life since leaving the Love Island villa, and last night she attended the World Fashion Awards in London!
She was styled by Jeff Mehmet for the occasion in a pair of statement sequin trousers and a black silk blouse, both of which are by Zeynep Kartal. They cost £550 and £850 respectively, and hail from the Autumn/Winter '19 collection. Click (right) to find out more about the designer.
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So with that in mind, check out the lookalike options we've tracked down for you from Asos, Boohoo, PrettyLittleThing and Topshop.
And she had welcome company for her evening of entertainment, attending the glitzy event with her hunky actor friend Dale Evans, who was seen planting an affectionate kiss in a video she shared on Instagram.
After the show, Amy posted an Instagram story, in which she revealed to the camera that she was 'back with my lovely Dale', before he leaned in to kiss her on the cheek.
In another video posted soon afterwards, the blonde beauty explained that she was seen hauling a large monogrammed suitcase around on the red carpet because she was staying at long-time friend Dale's house that night and didn't have time to drop it off beforehand.
Amy's fun-filled week comes as she revealed the true extent of the abuse she has endured from cruel trolls online — including death threats from teens.
Making waves: Boosting her height with a pair of strappy heels, the TV personality wore her glossy blonde locks in bombshell waves, which fell to her shoulders
In an interview with new!, Amy revealed: 'I started to receive nasty comments about the way I look before I even set foot in the Love Island villa. When it was confirmed I'd be appearing on the show, I began to see posts like, "How did she in to Love Island?"'
She added: 'My main three trolling groups are teenagers, middle-aged omen and boys, which I find really strange. I've even had death threats from 14-year-olds.'
Amy, who left Love Island shortly after her relationship with Curtis Pritchard came to a crashing halt, believes that one of the solutions to the problem should be tougher action taken against those who dish out online attacks.
She told the magazine: 'Firstly there needs to be education in schools. And Instagram and Twitter need to crack down. They need to look at who's making these accounts. Cyberbullying needs to be classed as a crime.'
Having a laugh: She shared a laugh with her stylish Jeff Mehmet as they walked to the event
Amy's appearance at the event comes after she spoke out on Instagram earlier this month, admitting she's felt 'insecure' about her smile for years, following numerous comments calling for her to get her teeth 'fixed'.
The TV personality posted a smiling selfie alongside a long caption, writing: 'To everyone who has taken time out of their day to point out my flaws - thank you.
'I know you probably think that the comments you make about my appearance don’t get read, well they do - and they hurt. Not just me, but my friends and family, too.
She continued: 'I've seen so many comments telling me to get my teeth fixed, and they've been heard. Loud and clear. I've actually been unhappy with them for years, but I haven’t really been in a position to get them sorted out.'
Stepping out: The night before, Amy and hunky actor Dale Evans stepped out for a gala performance of Big The Musical, held at London's Dominion Theatre
Pucker up: Theatre actor Dale was seen planting a kiss on his close friend's cheek on Instagram
Amy went on to remind her followers that, despite being a television personality, she is just an 'ordinary girl from Worthing whose dreams are coming true'.
She added: 'I know it's probably difficult to see me as a person when all you know about me is what you’ve seen on TV, online and when I pop up on your social media feed.
'To you, I'm probably just a picture or a video... but the reality is I'm just an ordinary girl from Worthing whose dreams are coming true.
'The vast majority of comments I receive are absolutely lovely - and I read them too.. so thank you!
'I guess what I want to say is... just have a bit consideration when you’re leaving comments on people's posts - whether they have 1 follower or 1 million followers.
Impassioned plea: At the start of the month, Amy launched an impassioned plea for 'hurtful' trolls to stop criticising her looks
Sharing her feelings: The reality star spoke out in Instagram, admitting she has felt 'insecure' about her smile for years
'I have a mirror, I know what I look like - and I’m happy with it. But, like everyone, I have my insecurities. Amz xo.'
Amy famously quit the Love Island villa this summer after her 'half-boyfriend' Curtis Pritchard decided he wasn't interested in her anymore.
Curtis went on to finish the show in fourth place alongside Irish grid girl Maura Higgins, 28, after they got together following Amy's departure.
Amy - who used to be an air hostess for British Airways - was one of 98,000 other applicants who applied to be on the dating reality show.
Only six were chosen thought the application process - the rest being sourced from Instagram by producers - with Amy one of the six.
Fame: Amy famously quit the Love Island villa this summer after her 'half-boyfriend' Curtis Pritchard revealed he wasn't interested in her anymore
Experience: Amy endured a tumultuous time on the show when she was dumped by Curtis Pritchard when his head was turned. He eventually coupled up with Maura Higgins (pictured)