Stars show off their curves on the catwalk

The Lingerie London Fashion show held at Old Billingsgate Market boasts a star-studded guest list.

Red hot Abbey Clancy sizzles in a thigh-split scarlet gown while her footballer husband Peter is smart in a black suit.

Next to arrive is Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding who treats photographers to a peek at the back of her dramatic navy blue gown by throwing a sultry glance over one shoulder.

Zara Martin doesn’t want to be upstaged by the models sashaying down the runway so she picks a slinky black mid-length design with a revealing sweetheart neckline.

The model’s curvy chest is hard to ignore as she pouts on the red carpet.

Black frocks prove to a popular fashion choice on the night as both Dawn Porter and Charlotte Dellal wear them.

TV presenter Dawn shows her love for retro styling in a leather shift while shoe designer Charlotte is dark and dramatic in a floor-sweeping old Hollywood-inspired maxi.

Keen to bring a splash of colour to the occasion, socialite Noelle Reno stuns in a long-sleeved plunging emerald green creation.

Hoping to be the perfect boho babe, she complements her dress simply with a long gold flower pendant and a loose hairstyle.

Once the guests have arrived, it’s time for the Lingerie London Fashion Show to get underway.

Even though the red number she rocked up in was super hot, Abbey Clancy commands attention when she struts down the catwalk in a series of super sexy pieces of underwear.

The blonde star’s first look in a flirty and feminine set. The push-up bra enhances Abbey’s cleavage while the matching skimpy knickers draw attention to her lean legs.

Her racy get-up is completed with saucy stockings and killer metallic stilettos.

After a quick outfit change that’s just as hot, Abbey Clancy parades her trim physique before the audience in a glittering gold corset and knee-high boots.

Abbey’s not the only celebrity guest to leave her seat to model underwear.

Sarah Harding wows in a fierce black ensemble accessorised with aviator shades.