The Russian supermodel was at Madison Square Garden on Monday night
Irina Shayk is ensuring all eyes are on her at Madison Square Garden.
On Monday, the Russian supermodel looked super sexy in black hot pants, a short-sleeved fitted black turtleneck and thigh-high leopard boots on the floor of the New York Knicks game.
Alongside Italian fashion designer Riccardo Tisci, Shayk, 37, sported neutral makeup and wore her hair down in a natural wave. The only accessory to her eye-catching look was a brown slouchy bag.
The supermodel posed for a series of snaps with her fashionable friend. The pair looked extremely comfortable with one another as they took in the sporting spectacle which saw the Knicks triumph over the L.A. Clippers.
Back in 2019, Shayk opened up to PEOPLE about Tisci and what it was like shooting the designer's first campaign for British fashion house, Burberry.
“Riccardo was the first designer who booked me for a high fashion runway show many years ago,” she said. “I just couldn’t get over how cool, funny, and down-to-earth he was. We instantly became friends.”
She continued, “Being a part of Burberry now and working with Riccardo again is really like hanging out on set with a friend. I’ve never seen Riccardo so relaxed and happy, he was just like a fish swimming in its element.”
But despite being a supermodel, Shayk hasn't always received compliments about her looks. Back in April, she recalled being told early in her career that she didn't "look like a model." The star shared with Harper's Bazaar that she was often told, "'She's not skinny, she's too sexy, she's never going to be a model.' "
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Despite the comments, she stayed true to herself. "I was always like, 'No, I'm not going to do that. I'm not going to lose 10 pounds.' "
"Maybe it's because I'm a Capricorn," she added. "My mom would always say, 'You're so stubborn.' It's just part of my personality."
'We don't have a nanny, so between trying to run my career, cook, clean, dress my daughter, bring her to school, and do all the mom stuff, I have no time for people's opinions," she told the outlet.
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