Sara Sampaio dazzles in sequined blazer with fringed sleeves at the Golden Heart Awards

She's a Victoria's Secret Angel by day.

And Sara Sampaio gave the public a taste of how she slays by night as she modeled a sequined black blazer with fringed sleeves at the God's Love We Deliver Golden Heart Awards in NYC on Monday.

The 28-year-old supermodel paired the look with a resin black clutch and a pair of glittering black peep-toe heels.

Sparkly: Sara Sampaio gave the public a taste of how she slays by night as she modeled a sequined black blazer with fringed sleeves at the God's Love We Deliver Golden Heart Awards in NYC on Monday

Sparkly: Sara Sampaio gave the public a taste of how she slays by night as she modeled a sequined black blazer with fringed sleeves at the God's Love We Deliver Golden Heart Awards in NYC on Monday

She kept her makeup minimal with a healthy brush of mascara and a swipe of red lip pigment.

Sampaio allowed her brunette tresses to fall into soft waves and cascade behind her back.

Her appearance comes after she initiated a feud of sorts with actress Jameela Jamil, 33, over some comments Jamil made on Twitter.  

Gorgeous: The 28-year-old supermodel paired the look with a resin black clutch and a pair of glittering black peep-toe heels

It all began on Sunday when the Good Place star and body positivity advocate tweeted a viral video of models dancing on the Colours of Africa runway during a Vienna Fashion Week show in 2018. 

Jamil wrote the following snarky caption alongside the clip: 'Not a long-starved terrified teenager in sight.' 

Sampaio took offense to the comment and snapped back with a reply on the platform. 

Pretty: She kept her makeup minimal with a healthy brush of mascara and a swipe of red lip pigment

Pretty: She kept her makeup minimal with a healthy brush of mascara and a swipe of red lip pigment

'How about celebrating someone without bringing other people down? Calling runway models “long-starved terrified teenager” is extremely offensive. 

'From someone that is always preaching for body positivity this just screams hypocrisy,' Sampaio said. 

Jamil responded and noted that she never used the term 'all models' in her tweet, but continued that Sampaio was 'living in a bubble' if she wasn't aware of the phenomenon of young girls indeed starving themselves in order to fit into smaller sizes. 

Say cheese! Sampaio posed alongside Imaan Hammam and Ugbad Abdi at the dinner table

Say cheese! Sampaio posed alongside Imaan Hammam and Ugbad Abdi at the dinner table 

The actress took to Twitter to make a second statement bashing the fashion industry even further, stating: 'I talk about moving away from all talk of body, in order to combat our current pervasive issue of eating disorder culture, which is in NO small way perpetuated by the extreme thinness demanded of girls by the high fashion powers that be.'

Their spat kept on even longer, with Sampaio responding that eating disorders aren't 'exclusive problems of models,' but rather something that society deals with on the whole. 

Sampaio then made an attempt to simmer down the waters, saying: 'This is the last I’ll say on this. Your constant condescending tone is just unnecessary, and makes it impossible to actual have a conversation. Hope you have a nice life. Wish you all the best.'

The first one: It all began on Sunday when the Good Place star and body positivity advocate tweeted a viral video of models dancing on the Colours of Africa runway during a Vienna Fashion Week show in 2018

The first one: It all began on Sunday when the Good Place star and body positivity advocate tweeted a viral video of models dancing on the Colours of Africa runway during a Vienna Fashion Week show in 2018

But Jamil wasn't having it, as she then began to target Sampaio's association with Victoria's Secret, which she called a 'transphobic, fat phobic company.' 

'Victoria’s Secret is a brand that sets out to exclude most women, so I would check yourself on that before you start policing me for calling out an industry wide epidemic of harm to young girls,' Jamil said.

Sampaio replied: 'I proudly work for a company that has made mistakes and that understands that and has been working on changing that, just like you have made big mistakes in the pass [sic] too. I’m also not someone that is going to resource on personal attacks to try to win some stupid twitter feud!'

The last one: Jamil fired back with a final tweet challenging the model to keep her activism up

The last one: Jamil fired back with a final tweet challenging the model to keep her activism up

Jamil fired back with a final tweet challenging the model to keep her activism up. 

'If you’re speaking out against what your company did then GREAT,' Jamil said.

'I look forward to seeing your activism on that with your big profile. You seem passionate about speaking out. So best of luck to you on helping young girls and trans people in this business.'

Sara Sampaio dazzles in sequined blazer with fringed sleeves

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