01:17 EST, 21 March 2014
06:28 EST, 21 March 2014
As an elite Canadian model, she’s one of the most famous faces in the fashion world.
And Coco Rocha didn’t disappoint as she attended the Fashion 2.0 Awards at Merkin Concert Hall in New York City on Thursday.
Daring to be different, the 25-year-old beauty – who was set to be a presenter – arrived in a 3/4-sleeved black dress that was adorned with big black and green feathers on her right shoulder.
Fierce in feathers! Coco Rocha stunned in a fringe-adorned dress as she attneded the Fashion 2.0 Awards at Merkin Concery Hall in New York City on Thursday
With the assistance of a slate shadow and a nude lip, the intricate attachment made her green eyes pop like no other.
For a crisp evening look, Coco’s dark hair was parted to the side and sleeked back.
The pale-skinned star completed her look with a pair of black T-strap shoes.
Wow! The green feathers made the beauty’s eyes pop
Model Grace Bol was another attendee who did not go unnoticed.
She arrived in a shimmering red gown topped with a black leather corset.
Matching the edgy accessory, Grace sported a pair of black leather gloves and pointed-toe pumps.
Evening make-up: Coco wore a heavy slate shadow, pale pink blush and nude lipstick
Zac Posen was noted as the keynote speaker at Fashion 2.0, arriving in a reddish black suit and beige blouse.
And Robert Verdi was the host of the night, donning a black pinstripe suit and sunglasses.
‘The Fashion 2.0 Awards are the first industry-recognized distinction honoring the most innovative fashion brands for their outstanding achievements and communication strategies across a variety of digital media channels,’ according to the ceremony’s official site.
Vermillion vixen: Grace Bol wore a shiny red gown with a leather corset and matching gloves
Men of the evening: Style Expert Robert Verdi, left, was the night’s host, as Zac Posen, right, took on the role of a keynote speaker
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