Karlie Kloss made seven outfit changes during The Fashion Awards 2017.

The 25-year-old model co-hosted the star-studded bash, which took place at London's Royal Albert Hall on Monday (04.12.17), with Jack Whitehall, and during the evening the blonde-haired beauty switched into a new ensemble almost ten times throughout the evening.

The Kode With Klossy founder graced the event in a red Vivienne Westwood strapless ball gown, but later in the evening, she took to the platform in a mid-length, embellished black dress from Erdem.

And for the second outfit she pinned her platinum blonde hair into a neat updo.

Karlie swiftly changed into a grey chiffon Dior gown, which loosely hung on her shoulders, but also had a grey textured bodice underneath.

Karlie accessorised the third look with a metallic belt to cinch in her petite waist, as well as a pair of silver patent closed toe heels, which had an ankle strap fastening.

The catwalk star later changed into a bolder ensemble, as she donned a sky blue Gucci floor-length gown, which had silver leaf detail emblazoned on the item, and also boasted large shoulder detail.

The presenter accessorised her attire with a black velvet belt and red flower accessory, which was wrapped around her petite frame.

Karlie continued to wow audiences as she later changed into a fitted, teal Calvin Klein outfit, which she paired with deep red gloves, and a nude pair of patent heels.

The star later changed into a red, black and white printed leather dress, which she paired with gold stilettos.

And Karlie's final outfit saw her change into a dark metal grey, v-plunge, wrap vintage Versace dress, which had embellished detail layering, that she accessorised with a black patent pair of shoes.

Karlie took to social media to show off her style choices.

One image of her in the Westwood look, which was posted on her Instagram account, she wrote: '' When the carpet matches the dress #FashionAwards (sic).''

While a close-up image of Karlie in the Gucci gown, was simply captioned: ''Gucci (sic).''