Charli XCX sizzles in a deeply plunging gown with daring thigh-high split as she makes a glamorous arrival at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in Madrid

She was recently unveiled as they face of lingerie giant Agent Provocateur's new racy Christmas campaign.

And Charli XCX, 27, showed exactly why she's coveted in sartorial circles on Thursday night, when she stepped out for the GQ Men of the Year Awards in Madrid.

The Fancy hitmaker wowed as she arrived at the Spanish capital's Palace Hotel in an off-shoulder black gown, which featured a plunging sweetheart neckline and a daring thigh-high split. 

Night out: Charli XCX stepped out for the GQ Men of the Year Awards in Madrid on Thursday

Night out: Charli XCX stepped out for the GQ Men of the Year Awards in Madrid on Thursday

Her ruched gown of choice featured floral tubing around the bosom and asymmetrical hemline, as well as elaborate patterning.

Wearing her raven locks in a relaxed updo, the stunning musician accessorised with statement earrings, while her natural good looks were highlighted with soft makeup. 

Outside of winning over fans with her chart-topping hits, she's also become known for her sartorial prowess and penchant for showing off her stunning physique.

Sweetheart: The Fancy hitmaker wowed as she arrived at the Spanish capital's Palace Hotel in an off-shoulder black gown, which featured a plunging sweetheart neckline

Sweetheart: The Fancy hitmaker wowed as she arrived at the Spanish capital's Palace Hotel in an off-shoulder black gown, which featured a plunging sweetheart neckline

Daring: Her dress also boasted a thigh-high split, in which she showed off her shapely legs
Standing tall: She stood tall in a pair of black strappy heels

Daring: Her dress also boasted a thigh-high split, in which she showed off her shapely legs

Show off your pins like Charli XCX wearing Vivienne Westwood

Charlie XCX must be used to making heads turn, but we were especially taken with her latest look as she arrived at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in Madrid.

The singer donned a little black dress that featured a sweetheart strapless bodice, floral print piping, ruched detailing, and a daring thigh high split on one side. She paired the dress with mismatched earrings and strappy black sandals by Sophia Webster.

The dress is by Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood, and we think it suits the singer down to the ground. Unfortunately the piece isn't available to buy but you can buy a really similar white version over at Luisa Via Roma (click right).

Or vamp it up in one of the VW-esque alternatives in our edit below. From Missguided right up to Michael Lo Sordo, we've got all budgets covered!

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And as a result, it was recently revealed that Charli – real name Charlotte Aitchison – was the face of Agent Provocateur's Christmas campaign, as a series of sizzling Wild West-themed shots were released. 

Charli, who appears in the stunning images under the creative direction of Sarah Shotton, described her experience of working with the lingerie giant as 'iconic'.

She said in a statement: 'Being a part of AP’s Xmas campaign was iconic! Nothing says Christmas like naughty and nice with a dash of cowgirl.

'I love all these pieces so much and this whole shoot day was so wild... so fun, it was a pleasure to work with such a legendary brand.' 

It's all in the details: Her ruched dress featured floral tubing around the bosom and asymmetrical hemline, as well as elaborate patterning

It's all in the details: Her ruched dress featured floral tubing around the bosom and asymmetrical hemline, as well as elaborate patterning

Beauty: Wearing her raven locks in a relaxed updo, the stunning musician accessorised with statement earrings, while her natural good looks were highlighted with soft makeup

Beauty: Wearing her raven locks in a relaxed updo, the stunning musician accessorised with statement earrings, while her natural good looks were highlighted with soft makeup

Rising to fame with her chart-topping 2013 hit I Love It, the singer hasn't been afraid of expressing her larger-than-life persona through both her music and style.

And amid her busy work schedule, the Cross You Out songstress revealed she and Australian songwriter Troye Sivan used to enjoy some downtime by throwing raucous house parties in Los Angeles. 

On her wild days, the media personality told Dazed: 'We went through this phase of just throwing like a f***load of parties.

'We would just leave the doors open, send out the biggest group texts, and so many people came. Like, the police would come, it was a real nightmare. Our neighbours hated us. All our cars got keyed.' 

Special guest: James Blunt was also among the special guests in attendance on the big night

Special guest: James Blunt was also among the special guests in attendance on the big night

Suit: The musician cut a dapper figure in a dark tuxedo
Casual touch: He dressed his suit down with a pair of white trainers

Suit: The musician cut a dapper figure in a tuxedo, which he dressed down with white trainers

Charli burst onto the scene after signing a contract with Asylum Records nearly a decade ago. 

After rising to fame alongside Icona Pop in her classic hit I Love It before finding incredible commercial success singing the chorus to Iggy Azalea's smash hit Fancy.

Over the years the star has also raked in money from lending her talents as a songwriter, including will.i.am’s Boys & Girls and Selena Gomez's Same Old Love.

Charli is now back with her new material for her self-tiled album, released September 13th, following a five year hiatus.

Classic: Oliver Cheshire went for a classic look, sporting a tuxedo with polished leather shoes

Classic: Oliver Cheshire went for a classic look, sporting a tuxedo with polished leather shoes

Say it with flowers: He added a little flair to his look with the addition of a white rose lapel pin

Say it with flowers: He added a little flair to his look with the addition of a white rose lapel pin

Charli XCX sizzles in a plunging gown with thigh-high split at GQ Men of the Year Awards in Madrid

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