Gisele Bündchen Makes Sexy NYFW Appearance in Leather Trench at Frame Dinner

The supermodel dressed to impress in a trench coat by the brand paired with black boots

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Gisele Bündchen turned heads and stole the spotlight as she made a glamorous and sexy appearance at the Frame dinner on Monday during New York Fashion Week.

The supermodel, 43, dressed to impress in Frame's signature leather trench coat paired with black boots, gold bangle bracelets and a shiny black clutch purse. She elevated the look with a messy ponytail and simple makeup, including a nude lip.

To celebrate being the face of Frame the second consecutive year, the supermodel posed in front of blown-up black-and-white images of herself posing for the brand.

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Also in attendance at the event were models Ashley Graham, Nora Attal, and Poppy Delevingne. Actors Rebecca Dayan, Dianna Agron, and Helena Howard also made an appearance at the dinner, taking their own snapshots in front of the blown-up picture of Bündchen en route to the venue, the French-Vietnamese restaurant Indochine.

Related: Gisele Bündchen Shares Touching Quote After Her Mother's Death: ‘Healing Yourself Takes Time'

Bündchen's attendance at FRAME's dinner follows the death of her mother Vânia Nonnenmacher on Jan. 28 from cancer. She was confirmed to have been hospitalized since Jan. 26 by Hospital Moinhos de Vento in Porto Alegre, Brazil.

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On Friday, the supermodel shared a poignant quote from Ecuadorian author Yung Pueblo in an Instagram post in honor of her mom.

“Personal transformation is not easy," the quote that Bündchen shared began. "Healing yourself takes time."

"Letting go can sometimes feel overwhelming. Building new habits can seem like an uphill battle. Even with all of these challenges inner-work is worth it. This active form of self-love can radically change your life," she concluded, signing off the post with Pueblo's name, before reiterating the quote in Portuguese.

Alongside her emotional message, Bündchen also shared a photo of herself standing on a balcony, gazing at a sunset behind a vast landscape of buildings and mountains peeking through the clouds. 

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