Last night kicked off the launch celebration of the 2022 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. At the Hard Rock Hotel New York in Times Square, we danced (to a private Ciara performance), we laughed, and we traded in our swimsuits for some really cute dresses. The revival of our New York City red carpet was just what we all needed.
Like a pro, Brooks Nader paired her Marmar Halim gown with a bottle of champagne.
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Natalie Merenduina gave a sexy edgy chainmail moment in Natalia Fedner.
Christen Harper took over room service deliveries in a sequin Alex Perry mini dress and Saint Laurent pumps.
Producer extraordinaire Cindi Blair Dwornik ran the show and went walkie-talkie chic in this Dolce and Gabbana corset dress and Manolo Blahnik sandal.
If you’re going to get stuck in a staircase, you might as well make the most of it like Swimsuit intern Liz Wentworth did in a pleated dress and color blocking accessories.
A relatable post-show glow courtesy of heels off! Marquita Pring danced the night away in The Attico.
Duckie Thot went head-to-toe (literally) pink in this velvet Balenciaga catsuit.
Hairstylist Adam Maclay may have won the night with this number, with a custom kilt straight from Scotland, by Houston Kiltmakers, Theory shirt and tie, and Prada Boots (which had side pockets that were apparently home to some to-go snacks).
Tanaye White proved you can get down in a gown. Dress by Sherri Hill.