Daisy Lowe looked exceptionally glamorous at the Erdem runway show during London Fashion Week on Sunday.
The model, 34, wowed in a green and black skater dress showed off her ample cleavage in the busty garment.
She stole the show in the corset style dress which cinched in her waist to present her tiny figure.
Daisy styled her raven tresses in a glamorous blow-dry, while sporting a bronzed makeup look.
It comes after Daisy sold her Camden townhouse for £1.82million – after she was sued by a celebrity builder for not paying a £45,000 refurbishment bill.
Gorgeous: Daisy Lowe looked exceptionally glamorous in a green ensemble at the Erdem runway show during London Fashion Week on Sunday
Glam: The model, 34, wowed in a green and black skater dress showed off her ample cleavage in the busty garment
The fashion model bought the three-storey period property for £1.55million in 2017 and set about updating it, with trendy decor and a new kitchen extension.
She sold it last year for £1.82million – £20,000 more than the asking price of £1.8million.
The model excitedly told followers on Instagram that she and her partner Jordan Saul are ready to take on a new renovation project together.
Posting images of her former pad in north London, the star said: ‘While Ivy is napping I am finally getting to sit down and start planning our new renovation.
‘I am feeling very excited to make a new nest for us (and slightly nervous my baby brain might take over and make every single thing pink).
‘These are the pictures @inigo.house took of mine & @jordanjaysaul first home together.
‘I am really proud of what we created after lots of blood sweat and tears! Now onto the next.’
Agents Inigo House described it as a ‘wonderful three-storey house within the Camden Square conservation area’.
It was built in the 1860s and has 1,600 square feet of space, including a bespoke DeVol kitchen.
Stunning: She stole the show in the corset style dress which cinched in her waist to present her tiny figure (pictured with Karen Elson)
House: The fashion model bought the three-storey period property (pictured) for £1.55million in 2017 and set about updating it, with trendy decor and a new kitchen extension
‘Great care has gone into the design and renovation, which saw the introduction of a glass-roofed extension to the rear; all interior and exterior paints are by the ecologically-sound colour specialists Lick Paint,’ the description went on.
‘Historic features have been revealed, restored, and celebrated, including beautiful Victorian cornicing, box sash windows, chimneypieces and pitch pine floors.
‘Additionally, the house has been fitted with a speaker system throughout to accommodate a Sonos unit.’
The house lies close to the one owned by Amy Winehouse when she died and is in a celeb-filled enclave.
‘The kitchen is arguably the most impressive space,’ the description goes on.
‘Recently designed and completed by DeVol and set within a glass mono-pitch roof extension, the contemporary addition flows effortlessly with the main house, both spatially and in the quality of design.’
Pictures show Daisy’s interior decor touches, perhaps a gift from her designer mother Pearl, throughout the house.
Couple: Daisy and Jordan welcomed their first child, daughter Ivy, in April
The house uses a lot of pink and green paint, with brightly coloured soft furnishings.
Her wardrobe can be seen bursting at the seams, while a bathroom uses brightly coloured floral wallpaper.
Daisy became embroiled in a row with her former builder last year after he claimed she still owed him money for her kitchen extension.
But the fashion model claimed the work hadn’t been up to scratch.
Daisy and Jordan welcomed their first child, daughter Ivy, in April.