Leomie Anderson puts on a leggy display in a fluffy black mini skirt

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She never puts a foot wrong when it comes to fashion.

And Leomie Anderson put on a leggy display as she attended the Johnnie Walker Blue Label dinner at 180 The Strand on Wednesday night.

The stunning model, 30, showed off her toned pins in a fluffy black mini skirt which she wore with a stylish black top with silver link detailing on it.

She completed the sexy outfit with long black boots as she flaunted her incredible frame.

Leomie wore her dark tresses slicked back in an up do and opted for a typically glamorous makeup look as she held her drink.

Stunning: Leomie Anderson put on a leggy display as she attended the Johnnie Walker Blue Label dinner at 180 The Strand on Wednesday night

Stunning: Leomie Anderson put on a leggy display as she attended the Johnnie Walker Blue Label dinner at 180 The Strand on Wednesday night

Confident: The stunning model, 30, showed off her toned pins in a fluffy black mini skirt which she wore with a stylish black top with silver link detailing on it

Confident: The stunning model, 30, showed off her toned pins in a fluffy black mini skirt which she wore with a stylish black top with silver link detailing on it

The event was to celebrate Campbell Addy’s ‘I Love Campbell’ exhibition and was hosted by Dazed editor Ib Kamara.

Guests drank bespoke handcrafted Johnnie Walker Blue Label Cocktails named after Photographs in the I Love Campbell exhibition.

It comes after Leomie previously urged designers to hire more black make-up artists after revealing she was forced to do her own make-up during Fashion Week because beauticians left her looking like she ‘worked in a mine’. 

The star, who was born in London to Jamaican parents, shared a behind the scenes video at the Christian Cowan Show at New York Fashion Week, which she walked in last year.

In the clip, which has racked up more than 250,000 views, Leomie revealed she always carries a full make-up kit with her as ‘trash’ make-up artists left her looking ‘clapped’ – a slang term meaning ugly.

In the video, called ‘the realities of being a black model during fashion week’ the model shares a clip of her make-up being done adding the caption: ‘I asked who could do black make-up, why do I look like I work in the mines?’.

She went on to say she looked ‘clapped’ as she shared footage of herself taking her make-up off adding the caption: ‘I told him it wasn’t my colour, he is trash’.

Leomie then said hairdressers were ‘hurting her’ as she posted a clip adding she was told to wash her hair.

‘No one dried it until the last minute,’ she went on, before adding another make-up artist tried to fix her make-up.

Beauty: She completed the sexy outfit with long black boots as she flaunted her incredible frame

Beauty: She completed the sexy outfit with long black boots as she flaunted her incredible frame

Radiant: Leomie wore her dark tresses slicked back in an up do and opted for a typically glamorous makeup look as she held her drink

Radiant: Leomie wore her dark tresses slicked back in an up do and opted for a typically glamorous makeup look as she held her drink

Fun: The event was to celebrate Campbell Addy's 'I Love Campbell' exhibition and was hosted by Dazed editor Ib Kamara

Fun: The event was to celebrate Campbell Addy’s ‘I Love Campbell’ exhibition and was hosted by Dazed editor Ib Kamara

Having her say: It comes after Leomie previously urged designers to hire more black make-up artists

Having her say: It comes after Leomie previously urged designers to hire more black make-up artists

Not happy: It came after she revealed she was forced to do her own make-up during Fashion Week because beauticians left her looking like she 'worked in a mine'

Not happy: It came after she revealed she was forced to do her own make-up during Fashion Week because beauticians left her looking like she ‘worked in a mine’

Sad: The star, who was born in London to Jamaican parents, shared a behind the scenes video at the Christian Cowan Show at New York Fashion Week, which she walked in last year

Sad: The star, who was born in London to Jamaican parents, shared a behind the scenes video at the Christian Cowan Show at New York Fashion Week, which she walked in last year

Difficult: In the clip, which has racked up more than 250,000 views, Leomie revealed she always carries a full make-up kit with her as 'trash' make-up artists left her looking 'clapped' - a slang term meaning ugly

Difficult: In the clip, which has racked up more than 250,000 views, Leomie revealed she always carries a full make-up kit with her as ‘trash’ make-up artists left her looking ‘clapped’ – a slang term meaning ugly

Looking good: Rafael Snider, Campbell Addy and Leomie looked like they were having a great time

Looking good: Rafael Snider, Campbell Addy and Leomie looked like they were having a great time

Tough: In the video, called 'the realities of being a black model during fashion week' the model shares a clip of her make-up being done as she posed alongside Ib Kamara (right)

Tough: In the video, called ‘the realities of being a black model during fashion week’ the model shares a clip of her make-up being done as she posed alongside Ib Kamara (right)

Annoyed: She went on to say she looked 'clapped' as she shared footage of herself taking her make-up off adding the caption: 'I told him it wasn't my colour, he is trash'

Annoyed: She went on to say she looked ‘clapped’ as she shared footage of herself taking her make-up off adding the caption: ‘I told him it wasn’t my colour, he is trash’

Ouch: Leomie then said hairdressers were 'hurting her' as she posted a clip adding she was told to wash her hair

Ouch: Leomie then said hairdressers were ‘hurting her’ as she posted a clip adding she was told to wash her hair

Having a blast: Vogue's Deborah Ababio and Leomie posed for snaps together

Having a blast: Vogue’s Deborah Ababio and Leomie posed for snaps together

Posing up a storm: Leomie and Bree Runway attended the fun-filled Johnnie Walker Blue Label dinner

Posing up a storm: Leomie and Bree Runway attended the fun-filled Johnnie Walker Blue Label dinner

Style: Campbell looked great in a mustard yellow two piece by Labrun London

Style: Campbell looked great in a mustard yellow two piece by Labrun London

Leggy: Leomie flashed her incredible pins

 Leggy: Leomie flashed her incredible pins 

‘Good try girl but felt ugly af,’ she said. ‘Redid my whole face in 10 minutes, can’t go out sad’.

Sharing stunning photos of her walking down the runway, Leomie added: ‘By the time I walked the runway I wanted to go home’.

‘Please hire more black hair and make-up artists so we don’t have to go through this.’

Leomie has previously walked for Ralph Lauren, Moschino, Oscar de la Renta, Giorgio Armani, Burberry and Chloe among others and was the first ever black model to become a Victoria Secret Angel.



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