Nicola Roberts gives a sporty nod to the games by hiding her trainers underneath full-length gown at pre-Olympics party
00:35 GMT, 27 July 2012
As the fashionista of Girls Aloud, Nicola Roberts always likes to stand out from the crowd.
Arriving at a pre-Olympics party last night, she looked incredibly glamorous in a low-cut, full-length gown.
However, while many fellow guests had teamed their couture with towering heels, Nicola decided to opt for comfort and wore a pair of Superga trainers underneath.
Flying the flag for fashion: Nicola Roberts looked glam in a red column dress with sweetheart neckline at the Warner Music Group Pre-Olympics Party at the Tate Modern
Comfort first: Nicola was wearing Superga trainers under her gown
Arriving for the Warner Music Group's party at London's Tate Modern, the Cheshire-native wore a dramatic red column dress with sweetheart neckline, with her black and white trainers just poking out from underneath.
She then posted a close-up of her trainers on Twitter, writing: 'Party feet.'
In another image showing her dancing in the Tate's turbine hall, she wrote: 'Ball-gowns & Superga's'
The 26-year-old scraped her hair back into a bun on her head and wore gold hoop earrings and minimal make-up.
Dancing queen: Nicola looked like she was having a good time in the Tate Modern's Turbine Hall
Tight: Singer Jamelia (left) and model Leah Weller both opted for fitted black dresses
Nicola recently filmed her new TV show Styled To Rock, which features Rihanna and Henry Holland.
The Sky Living show features a group of young contestants whose fashion skills are put to the test in both designing and styling.
Meanwhile, also at the party was pop star Jamelia, who kept it simple in a fitted black dress.
Paul Weller's model daughter Leah also went for a LBD, teaming a bandage dress with nude sandals and a red clutch.
Blonde ambition: (L-R) TV presenters Zara Martin and Laura Whitmore and model Poppy Delevigne
Irish TV presenter Laura Whitmore also went for a black dress, while Zara Martin went for a floaty ethereal number.
The party at the iconic South Bank art gallery comes a few days after the tragic death of a man in his forties at the venue.
He fell over 100ft from the balcony of the members' balcony to his death on Tuesday afternoon.