Claire Foy and Andrew Garfield showcased their chic sense of style as they stepped out to Loro Piana’s annual Record Bale Award in London on Thursday.
The British actress, 39, best known for her role as Queen Elizabeth in The Crown, looked sensational as she went braless for the glitzy event.
She commanded attention in a striking power suit, which featured a daring low-cut jacket and no shirt.
Highlighting her cleavage, Claire wore the black blazer, which detailed an asymmetrical cut and a single button, with no bra.
She cut a trendy figure and paired the look with some dramatically flared trousers which detailed sharp ironed stems down the centres.
Claire Foy and Andrew Garfield showcased their chic sense of style as The Crown star went braless as they stepped out to Loro Piana’s annual Record Bale Award in London on Thursday
Spiderman star Andrew exuded glamour as he donned a navy blue pin-striped suit, which he paired with a matching blue shirt
Adding inches to her statuesque frame, she finished off her stunning ensemble with a pair of black satin pointed-toe stilettoes.
To accessorise, she donned a simple black clutch and a pair of bold gold earrings, which featured diamond detailing.
Also in attendance at the star-studded event was American actor Andrew, 40, who looked as ever in a well-tailored suit.
The Amazing Spiderman star exuded glamour as he donned a navy blue pin-striped suit, which he paired with a matching blue shirt.
Adding a hint of casualness to his look, he opted to also show a bit of skin as he left his top two buttons undone.
He finished off his trendy look with a striking pair of bright white trainers and a quirky lantern necklace.
The swanky event saw the A-listers sit down for a private luxurious dinner, which was set with stunning pink roses and elegant long-stemmed candles.
Loro Piana’s annual event, which was established in 1997, serves to recognise the efforts of the most elevated wool producers in the world.
The swanky event saw the A-listers sit down for a private luxurious dinner, which was set with stunning pink roses and elegant long-stemmed candles
The centre for the competition is Australia and New Zealand, where the world’s finest merino wool has been sourced for time immemorial, and its focus is to inspire these breeders to produce an ever-finer grade of wool year-upon-year.
‘The award was never about simply setting a record, it was instrumental in proving that we could evolve and improve the fibers to reach superior quality,’ said Loro Piana to WWD, deputy chairman of his namesake company, which has been controlled by LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton since 2013.
The award is bestowed on two farms, one in Australia and one in New Zealand, successfully producing the finest bale of Merino wool.
‘This challenges farmers to continuously strive for excellence, they are incredibly committed and nothing is left to chance,’ he added.
The Australian farm Pyrenees Park, with Pamela, Robert and Bradley Sandlant, secured a new World Record Bale with a Merino wool fibre of only 10.2 microns, surpassing the 2013 record of 10.3 microns – a human hair measures 80 microns.
Loro Piana’s annual event, which was established in 1997, serves to recognise the efforts of the most elevated wool producers in the world