Cindy Bruna sizzled as she attended Lady Gaga‘s Born This Way Foundation charity dinner in NYC on Saturday.
The supermodel, 27, flaunted her washboard abs in a silver sequinned bralet and hip hugging black leather trousers.
The French beauty exuded confidence as she posed up a storm at the glittering event.
Hot: Cindy Bruna sizzled as she attended Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation charity dinner in NYC on Saturday
The bralette highlighted her toned arms and revealed her enviable toned abs.
She paired the top with a pair of tight black hip hugging pants and complemented the look with a pair of black sky scraper heels.
She opted to let her top do the talking by going jewellery free around the neck and just a few statement bangles to set off the striking look.
Cindy went full glam with the make up and chose a bronze blush and and golden palette on the eye.
Wow: The supermodel, 27, flaunted her washboard abs in a silver sequinned bralet and hip hugging black leather trousers
Raising funds: The model attended to raise awareness and much needed funds for the foundation
Finishing off with a soft natural gloss that accentuated her full and sensual pout.
The model let her gorgeous curly tresses loose and allowed them to fall seductively over her shoulders.
The annual gala dinner is held to raise funds and awareness for the The non-profit organization, which strives to improve young people’s mental health,.
Stunning: The model showcased her enviable abs at the Gala event
The charity was co-founded by pop superstar Lady Gaga and her mother Cynthia Germanotta in 2012.
Amanda Seyfried and legendary supermodel Helena Christensen were among the high-profile guests to lend their support to the foundation and its causes.
Other celebrities to attend the event were English actress and singer Ella Hunt, Northern Irish-New Zealand model Stella Maxwell, actor Joshua Jackson, Broadway actor and singer Billy Porter,
Cindy hit the headlines recently when she spoke out about her her thick curly hair.
Speaking to Vogue she revealed that she her relationship with her hair is ‘a long love story’ adding ‘we have had our ups and downs.’
She continued: ‘I had all kinds of braids: rasta style, thick braids, twist braids, with or without beads… she knew how to do everything… Everything,
‘Except braiding my hair without me causing pain, obviously. So, at the age of 10, I decided to take care of my hair on my own, ‘like a big girl’.
Hair appeal: The model has recently spoken out about her relationship with her hair
‘In reality, I just wanted to look like my classmates at that time.’
‘Today, looking back, I know that the love I have for my was born from this desire to get to know and respect it. You don’t tame your hair, you set it free.
Cindy was first discovered at the age of 15 by fashion photographer Steven Meisel.
Since then, she walked the likes of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, as well as covering Elle, Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.
Love story: She describes her relationship as a ‘long love story’