Nicola Roberts teases a hint of neon lingerie beneath her semi-sheer grey gown ... trends now
The Girls Aloud star, 37, showcased her ultra chic sense of style for the event in a figure hugging grey knit gown.
Nicola's quirky dress featured a Bardot neckline as well as cut outs that were accentuated with a sparkly beaded trim.
The stunner teased a glimpse of her neon yellow lingerie beneath the semi-sheer look as she posed up a storm for the cameras.
The hitmaker tied back her glossy ginger tresses and toted a statement making crystal embellished handbag.
Perfection: Nicola Roberts, 37, looked nothing short of sensational as she attended the star-studded Susan Fang LFW show at the Little Venice Sports Centre on Sunday
Perfection: The Girls Aloud star, 37, showcased her ultra chic sense of style for the event in a figure hugging grey knit gown
Earlier this month Nicola has revealed that Sarah Harding's death 'bonded' her with her Girls Aloud bandmates.
The singer tragically passed away in September 2021 after battling breast cancer for over a year, and since then the band have reunited on several occasions to raise money for research into the disease.
Speaking on the official BRIT Awards podcast "The Red Carpet Treatment with new host Jordan Stephens, Nicola discussed some of her favourite memories with Sarah, adding that she was 'always authentic in who she was.'
Asked whether Sarah's death brought Girls Aloud closer again, Nicola said: 'I think that what we went through as a five was massive in itself. That bonds you in ways where, even with your own siblings, you don't really get that 24/7.
'To go through something where you lost part of you is on a completely different scale. Life is so fragile. It's fragile for anybody, it doesn't matter who you are or what you do.'
Reflecting on her memories of her late pal, she added: 'Even going back to that BRITs moment, like, how vivacious and full of life and she was so, talking about authenticity, Sarah very much was authentic in who she was.
'Didn't try to be anyone else, never tried to turn herself down, and wasn't even aware of the fact that she should maybe do that in certain settings.
'Like, she was fully who she was all the time. And that, in itself, is an achievement because so often, we're like,