Irina Shayk showcases her long legs in a black pencil skirt with a thigh-high slit as she leaves Falconeri bash in NYC

She is lauded as an industry icon by fashion designers.  

And Irina Shayk turned heads as she left the Falconeri's store opening in New York on Wednesday night. 

The Russian beauty, 33, showed off her model pins in a figure-hugging black wool pencil skirt, complete with a dramatic thigh-high slit. 

Leggy display: Irina Shayk turned heads as she flaunted her model pins in a black pencil skirt with a thigh-high slit as she left the Falconeri's store opening in New York on Wednesday night

Leggy display: Irina Shayk turned heads as she flaunted her model pins in a black pencil skirt with a thigh-high slit as she left the Falconeri's store opening in New York on Wednesday night

She complemented the look with a black turtleneck and a silver buckle belt, which cinched in her tiny waist. 

Irina didn't let the weather get her down as she tottered to the car in her black stilettos, while burly security guards protected her from the rain with an umbrella.   

The Victoria's Secret model appeared in high spirits as she flashed a smile upon her exit. 

Strutting her stuff: The Russian beauty, 33, showed off her model pins in a figure-hugging black wool pencil skirt, complete with a dramatic thigh-high slit

Strutting her stuff: The Russian beauty, 33, showed off her model pins in a figure-hugging black wool pencil skirt, complete with a dramatic thigh-high slit

It was a chic evening in the Soho district of New York City as the Italian cashmere and wool knitwear brand Falconeri celebrated  its store opening at 101 Prince Street. 

Irina and Tyler Cameron headlined the event as attendees, posing together in the arrivals line along with other notable fashionistas. 

Cameron, 26, was considerably more casual for the event, in a form-fitting blue sweater, dark pants and black sneakers with white laces. 

Pretty pair: Irina and Tyler Cameron headlined the event as attendees, posing together in the arrivals line along with other notable fashionistas

Pretty pair: Irina and Tyler Cameron headlined the event as attendees, posing together in the arrivals line along with other notable fashionistas

Perfect sexiness: Shayk was the epitome of class in all black for the soiree, in the short sleeve turtleneck top and slitted pencil skirt

Perfect sexiness: Shayk was the epitome of class in all black for the soiree, in the short sleeve turtleneck top and slitted pencil skirt

Keep it chic like Irina in a skirt by Falconeri

Whether she’s walking the runway or enjoying a family day out, Irina Shayk stuns on every occasion.

This week, she attended a Falconeri bash in New York, wearing an all-black ensemble by the Italian label. We have fallen hard for her chic wool skirt, which features a high-waist, A-line silhouette and thigh slit.

This elegant aesthetic would complement an array of existing blouses, camisoles and sweaters in any closet, making it a must-have for autumn. Click (right) to buy it now.

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Effortless: She accented her ensemble with a silver chain around her neck, and belted the look with a leather piece that included a beautifully ornate silver buckle

Effortless: She accented her ensemble with a silver chain around her neck, and belted the look with a leather piece that included a beautifully ornate silver buckle

The beauty is adjusting to life as a working single mother following her split from ex-fiancé, Hollywood actor Bradley Cooper, 44, in June after four years together.

The former couple have amicably agreed to share custody of their daughter Lea de Seine, two, and have both decided to live in New York so they can easily co-parent.

The model is said to be in no rush to move on from the relationship, and has reportedly told friends she is not yet ready to begin dating again.  

A source recently told E! News: 'She's focused on her daughter and spending time with her. She would like to meet someone in the future, but it's not a priority at the moment. She just got out of a long-term relationship and wants to take time to heal.'

Irina and Bradley began dating in mid-2015 after meeting at the Met Gala, and welcomed daughter Lea in March 2017.

Prior to their relationship, Bradley dated British model Suki Waterhouse, 27, while Irina was in a long-term romance with footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, 34.  

Three's a charm: Both Irina and Tyler enjoy the distinction of (separately) being famous exes; seen here with French art director Julia Restoin Roitfeld

Three's a charm: Both Irina and Tyler enjoy the distinction of (separately) being famous exes; seen here with French art director Julia Restoin Roitfeld

Twinsies: Julia was in a similar black turtleneck accented with a belt and ornate silver buckle
Smiling twosome: Irina posed with Ali Kavoussi, managing partner at The Lions

It always works: Black was the order of the evening

On Wednesday, however, the pair were enjoying hobnobbing with other members of the fashion elite, including art director Julia Restoin Roitfeld.

France-born Julia twinned Irina for the evening, in a similar black turtleneck accented with a belt and ornate silver buckle — but in the shape of a heart. 

Others in attendance at the Falconeri event included Madison Nable, Ali Kavoussi and Massimo Vian, Falconeri CEO.

The boss: Others in attendance at the Falconeri event included Massimo Vian, Falconeri CEO

The boss: Others in attendance at the Falconeri event included Massimo Vian, Falconeri CEO

Say cheese: Shayk posed for a selfie inside with Madison Nable

Say cheese: Shayk posed for a selfie inside with Madison Nable

Irina Shayk showcases her long legs in a black pencil skirt with a thigh-high slit

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