Ashley Graham stormed the runway on Thursday evening during the amfAR charity gala during the Cannes Film Festival.
The 34-year-old, who gave birth to twin sons Malachi and Roman in January, strutted her stuff in a black figure hugging gown complete with matching veil at the swanky Hotel du Cap-Eden-roc event.
The star-studded cocktail party, which was held in a bid to rise funds for aids research, culminated with the extravagant fashion show.
Model Ashley, who also shares 24-month-old son Issac with husband Justin Ervin, looked ravishing in the asymmetrical dress as the strap clasped her swan like neck.
he stylish look hugged the star’s curvaceous figure as the thigh-high split flashed a glimpse of her toned legs.
Opting for a glamorous palette of make-up the model looked gorgeous with a smokey eye and chic nude lip.
Ashley strutted her stuff in a pair of black strappy heels as she made her way along the gold metallic runway to thunderous applause.
The supermodel wore her dark tresses in a high bun as curls framed her beautiful face, she completed the look with a black sheer veil.
The brunette beauty sauntered down the catwalk as she wiggled her hips, at one point stopping to point at a pal.
Earlier in the evening Ashley turned heads as she arrived at the event in a statement making voluptuous mermaid gown.
The Sports Illustrated model once more showed off her fantastic figure in the crimson outfit which was strapless with a tulle skirt.
Ashley wore little jewellery, letting the outfit speak for itself, choosing only long diamond earrings as well as a sparkling cocktail ring.
Ashley once more sported the same hair and make-up she wore when strutting the catwalk a few hours later.
The brunette beauty posed up a storm for photographers before heading into the hotel’s luxurious grounds.
amfAR is an international non-profit organisation dedicated to the support of aids research, HIV prevention, treatment education, and the advocacy of AIDS-related public policy.
The outing comes after the revealed that she almost died from a horrific haemorrhage while giving birth to her twin sons in January – as she opened up about suffering a devastating first-trimester miscarriage just 11 months before their arrival.
Recalling the night of their birth in Glamour the model explained that she delivered both boys safely at home – having gone into labour while on the toilet at 3:45 a.m. But shortly after the twins arrived, she suddenly began bleeding and quickly lost consciousness, forcing her birthing team to spring to action in a desperate attempt to save her life.
The horrifying incident left her bed ridden for four days and unable to walk for a week.
She added that the aftermath of nearly losing her life was ‘deeply overwhelming,’ and that the whole experience changed her relationship with her body once and for all, stripping her of the confidence and positivity that launched her career as the world’s first plus-size supermodel.
Graham explained that she couldn’t even sit up – let alone walk – so the doctors carried her over to her bed on a sheet.
She stayed in bed for four days straight, and didn’t leave her house for ‘nearly two months.’
‘The midwives asked me if I could stand up and walk to bed. I couldn’t. I couldn’t sit up, or even crawl,’ she continued.
‘So they got a twin-size bed sheet, rolled me onto it, and slid me down my hall into my guest room, where I had a trundle bed that I could barely roll onto.
‘Thank goodness the twins were fine, while I lay on that bed for four straight days. I couldn’t walk for a week. And I didn’t leave my house for nearly two months.’