Imelda May leads glamour in white jumpsuit at gala dinner in London
Imelda May is proving she isn't quite finished with her style evolution.
The popular singer (43) has been undergoing a glamorous transformation over the last two years, including a long, dark fringe and a new wardrobe. She led a host of familiar faces in London on Saturday night for the Ireland Funds Annual Winter Ball at London's Globe Theatre. The mother-of-one looked like a modern Grecian goddess in a white and silver palazzo jumpsuit with draping by Alexandra Long and a pair of heels by Malone Souliers.
The Ireland Funds hosts regular black tie fundraisers for its philanthropic causes across the country since its founding in 1976. Imelda was joined by Catastrophe star Sharon Horgan and said she was "thrilled" to meet the actress of writer, who most recently penned Divorce on HBO, which starred Sarah Jessica Parker and Motherland, which aired on BBC.
She was honoured with the Outstanding Contribution to Irish Culture Award and opted for a classic black jumpsuit. Ireland football manager Martin O'Neill was also decked out in a tuxedo for the occasion.