She never hesitates to flaunt her amazing physique.
As she visited the Amsterdam premiere afterparty in New York City on Sunday, Chantel Jeffries dared to bare all.
The 29-year-old DJ showed up to the event at Zero Bond in Manhattan wearing a mini skirt and a shirt with a cleavage-baring cut-out.
She completed the figure-hugging ensemble with a flashy Chanel belt and diamanté accents.
She wore translucent perspex heels to lengthen her already long legs and carried a fluffy bubblegum handbag.
Chantel used a cat-eye eyeliner flick to round off her appearance and wore her caramel hair straight.
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The IT ladies, including Kylie Jenner, Paris Hilton, Megan Fox, and Dua Lipa, have all been spotted wearing their eye-catching creations. So it was not shocking to find Chantel Jeffries dressed in one of their coordinated outfits. We immediately recognised it since it was made of mocha and had its recognisable cut-outs, rose swirl lace, and heart-shaped diamante buttons.
The set in question, with its micro little skirt and peek-a-boo locations, is most definitely not intended for the wardrobe wallflower. As enamoured with it as we are?
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The excellent David O. Russell directed Amsterdam, a historical comedy set in the 1930s.
The filmmaker is renowned for helming other notable motion pictures like The Fighter (2012), Silver Linings Playbook (2012), and American Hustle (2013). (2010).
Along with Margot Robbie, other notable actors in the cast include Christian Bale, Chris Rock, Anya Taylor-Joy, Robert De Niro, and Grammy winner Taylor Swift from Tenet.
According to IMDB, the plot of the movie is as follows: "Three buddies who witness a murder, become their own suspects, and unearth one of the most absurd conspiracies in American history."
It's old fashioned, with a plot and characters we love, David said in an interview with Deadline about the impending mystery. The story explores fundamental themes of friendship and love. It delves deeply into events and murder.
Additionally, I enjoy history. The skilled director said, "It has several layers, so you can see it more than once and uncover things you didn't get the first time."