Kate Upton, Heidi Klum and Chrissy Teigen lead a model parade at Sports Illustrated party

You wouldn’t expect any less from a Sports Illustrated party.

Some of the modelling world’s most famous faces – and bodies – joined forces on Tuesday for a bash to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the magazine’s Swimsuit Issue.

And with most of the stars having stripped off for the publication, the event’s attendees certainly weren’t afraid to show some skin on the red carpet.

Leading the beautiful pack was Kate Upton, who has graced the cover of the prestigious issue for the past two years running.

The buxom blonde was sporting a plunging black gown that showcased her ample cleavage but covered up the rest of her famous figure thanks to its floor-length cut.

The slinky dress did however cling to Kate’s curves, and the 21-year-old teamed it with diamond jewellery, sexy wavy hair and smoky eye make-up.

She was joined by a host of supermodels including some of the early beauties such as Heidi Klum, Tyra Banks and Christie Brinkley, and new faces like Ireland Baldwin.

Heidi made a very sexy appearance as she left something to the imagination in a short red leather coat and matching stilettos, showing off her long and lean legs.

The outfit gave the subtle suggestion that the 40-year-old German born beauty may not have been wearing anything underneath.

Chrissy Teigen, 28, was another model with her legs on show for the occasion, as well as the rest of her fantastic figure.

The wife of John Legend sported a form-fitting romper suit that was covered in black sequins, pairing it with diamante encrusted court shoes.

Christie, 59, was paying homage to the 1980s in a black dress with impressive shoulder pads, while Tyra, 40, appeared to be wearing a black lace negligee.

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