Big mistake. Huge! It's call girl chic as model guests at Mario Testino's charity party take inspiration from Pretty Woman in barely there dresses and thigh high boots
12:19 GMT, 13 July 2012
Thigh high boots, a leather baker boy cap and cut-away Lycra is not an easy look to pull off.
Model Edita Vilkeviciute might have a killer body, but just because you can doesn’t mean you should, and the blonde made a major fashion faux pas in the Pretty Woman inspired outfit at a party to launch Mario Testino’s latest exhibition: All or Nothing.
The Lithuanian blonde wasn’t the only guest to take the ‘all or nothing’ theme to extremes.
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Also channeling a certain kind of bad girl was fellow Victoria’s Secret model Izabel Goulart.
leggy Brazilian was no ‘angel’ in a thigh, hip and stomach revealing
black ‘dress’ that left little to the imagination coupled with her
provocatively dressed beauties girls joined a bevvy of other back-clad
models including English rose Lily Donaldson and American Karli Kloss at
the event where Testino too was dressed in the fash-pack’s favourite
The event in Lima was to celebrate the celebrity photographer's latest charity venture MATE, a non-profit
organisation providing a platform for Peruvian artists.
The All or Nothing exhibition features 54 of Testino's works, including portraits of Kate Moss, Gisele Bundchen and Demi Moore.
Watch out Angelina: Brazilian model Izabel Goulart is after the legbombing crown in a barely there black dress
Undressed to impress: The South American model poses very carefully in her extreme maxi dress
Heavy metal: American Karli Kloss keeps her Victoria's secret body under wraps and accessorizes with some serious hardware
Sparkling: British model Lily Donaldson is over-dressed for the occasion in a sequined trouser suit
Snap happy: Testino wants to offer a platform to celebrate Peruvian artists as well as sharing his own work