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The 2019 Hollywood For Science Gala, which supports UCLA's Institute of the Environment & Sustainability, took place on Thursday night in Los Angeles.
And leading the red carpet for the star studded gala was Adriana Lima, who stunned in a black and neon green gown that showcased her long, toned legs.
Model - Carpet - Courteney - Cox - Plunging
The 37-year-old model hit the carpet alongside Courteney Cox in a plunging suit and Jasmine Tookes in a patterned white and gold gown with a corset accent.
Adriana hit the carpet at the event, which took place at a private Bel Air estate, in a bold number that featured a cut-out in center.
Number - Embellishments - Neckline - Torso - Hemline
The ruffled number had embellishments along the neckline and torso with a ruffled hemline; she rocked sheer black heels and a matching small clutch.
Adriana, who sported bright red polish, pulled her dark brunette hair back into a slick bun with cat eye liner and nude lipstick.
Victoria - Secret - Angel - Earrings - Pop
The former Victoria's Secret Angel donned diamond earrings for a pop of sparkle to round out her statement ensemble.
Courteney flaunted her cleavage in a plunging look that consisted of a lace bodysuit beneath a matching black blazer and trousers.
Friends - Star - Heels - Handbag - Accents
The 54-year-old former Friends star rocked velvet heels in black with a coordinating handbag that featured gold accents.
The movie star, who attended the gala with her beau rocker Johnny McDaid, donned a long, gold necklace with her brunette tresses parted down the middle and in loose waves; she added pink lipstick on her pout with smokey eye makeup.
Jasmine - Vision - Cream - Gown
Jasmine was an absolute vision in her cream gown,...
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