Cindy Crawford flaunts her toned legs through a slit in her silky purple gown as she snuggles up to husband Rande Gerber at George and Amal Clooney’s Albie Awards in NYC

George and Amal Clooney played host at the Clooney Foundation For Justice’s second annual Albie Awards at the New York Public Library in New York City.

The event, which honors people who have devoted their lives to justice, were named after Justice Albie Sachs, a lawyer and former judge who was imprisoned for his fight to end apartheid in South Africa. 

Cindy Crawford and husband Rande Gerber, who’s been a longtime friend and business associate of the acclaimed actor/director, were among the high-profile people on hand to lend their support.

Always on point when it comes to their fashion choices, the couple also showcased  their undeniable chemistry when they hit the red carpet ahead of the event. 

Some of the other celebrity guests included Anne Hathaway, Meryl Streep, Viola Davis, Julianne Moore, Scarlett Johansson, Mary J. Blige, Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz, and Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach, according to People.

Show of support: Rander Gerber, 61, and wife Cindy Crawford, 57, showed off their penchant for high-fashion when they lent their support to the Clooney Foundation For Justice’s second annual Albie Awards at New York Public Library in New York City on Thursday

Crawford, 57, stepped out in a purple gown that hugged her 5ft9in figure, and helped showcase her long legs with a slit up the left side.

Before heading out to the event Crawford announced the designer of her purple number by spelling it out three times on Instagram: ‘Versace Versace Versace.’

In the video, the longtime covergirl did a mock catwalk through the hallway of the residence they are staying at while in New York City.

The legendary catwalk queen — who helped put the ‘super’ in the ‘supermodel’ term in the 1980s and 90s — would also get a lift in a pair of silver heels, all while holding on to a matching clutch purse.

Rounding out her ensemble, the Illinois native had her brown tresses styled long and flowing well past her shoulder with a part on the left. 

Gerber, 61, held his own in the fashion department in a classic black suit and tie that he matched with a white dress shirt and black dress shoes.

The loved up couple, who just celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary this past May, packed on the PDA with a number of loving touches while on the red carpet.

The couple, who celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in May, snuggled up next to each other for a round of photos before the event

The couple, who celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in May, snuggled up next to each other for a round of photos before the event

Stunning: Crawford looked glamorous in a Versace gown and silver heels

Perfecto: The iconic supermodel also carried a matching silver clutch purse that was a perfect match to her heels

Stunning: Crawford looked glamorous in a Versace gown and silver heels

Flirty: Crawford showed off her silver heels

Flirty: Crawford showed off her silver heels

History: Rande Gerber has been a longtime friend and business associate of Clooney, which includes their launch of Casamigos Tequila in 2013

History: Rande Gerber has been a longtime friend and business associate of Clooney, which includes their launch of Casamigos Tequila in 2013

The classy co-hosts, who have been known for their impeccable looks, did disappoint once again. 

George, 62, looked handsome decked out in a black tuxedo with a white shirt and shiny dress shoe, and his salt-and-pepper hair cut short with a left side part.

Amal, a 45-year-old lawyer specializing in international law and human rights, was the picture of elegance in a white-patterned gown with a small train, and her dark brown tresses styled long with with extra volume.

During the ceremony Dr. Denis Mukwege, a gynecologist and human rights advocate from Democratic Republic of the Congo, was honored with the organization’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

The Justice For Women Award went to Niloofar Hamedi and Elahe Mohammadi, who reported on the death of Mahsa Amini in Iran.

Loved up: The couple packed on the PDA with a loving touch and hand-holding

Loved up: The couple packed on the PDA with a loving touch and hand-holding

Making a difference: George and Amal Clooney played host at the Clooney Foundation For Justice's second annual Albie Awards at the New York Public Library in New York City

Making a difference: George and Amal Clooney played host at the Clooney Foundation For Justice’s second annual Albie Awards at the New York Public Library in New York City

Designer reveal: Crawford announced the designer she was wearing with a clip of her strutting her stuff in a mock catwalk: Versace Versace Versace'

Designer reveal: Crawford announced the designer she was wearing with a clip of her strutting her stuff in a mock catwalk: Versace Versace Versace’

Working it: The mother of two

Working it: Crawford dropped a classic runway look

Working it: The longtime supermodel showed her usual confidence as she looked directly at the camera

Walk on by: Crawford ended the clip by walking right past the camera

Walk on by: Crawford ended the clip by walking right past the camera

Some of the other honorees during the festivities included Truth Hounds, a Ukrainian rights group, who were given the Justice For Survivors Award; the Syrian Center for Media and Freedom of Expression received the justice for journalists award; and the Thai Lawyers for Human Rights got the Justice For Democracy Defenders Award. 

George and Amal, who just celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary the previous day, founded the Clooney Foundation For Justice in 2016, and ultimately they hosted the inaugural Albies last September. 

They founded the organization in order to ‘help protect human rights’ and to make sure ‘no one is above the law’, all while providing resources to victims of human rights abuses, according to the CFJ website.

Since its inception the Clooney Foundation For Justice has grown every year, and now works in more than 40 countries.

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