La La Anthony shows off her ample cleavage in multi-colored embroidered gown
La La Anthony looks stunning in recent pics shared to her Instagram account from her appearance at the New York Fashion Week Harpers Bazaar’s glamorous Icons 2018 party.
The “Power” actress turned heads on the red carpet with a body-hugging silver, blue and red embroidered dress, featuring shinning sequins and beads, part of the Naeem Khan fall 2018 collection; as seen in photos shared to her Instagram.
The plunging neckline of the gown put La La’s cleavage on display, and she tied her long locks in a low ponytail so that all the attention was focused on her curvaceous figure and her gorgeous face. Anthony posed in front of a metal gate giving a sultry expression to the camera and heating up the comments from her fans on the post.
Most of Anthony’s fans made fun of her husband, Carmelo Anthony, from whom she’s currently separated, for not being able to take care of such a beautiful woman.
One user wrote “Omg Carmelo EAT THAT DUST bruh! Revenge Body Ody Ody!,” another added, “how Melo lost this for real???,” and a third one focused on La La’s outfit “Damn LALA looking like someone needs to call the fire department this outfit is fireeeeeee on you.”
Even though La La and her NBA husband are still legally married and working together, they have been living separately for more than a year now. The couple shares son Kiyan, 11, and La La admitted on an interview with US Weekly that they’re focusing on the boy’s wellbeing, saying:
“When your love for your kid is at the center of everything, you can’t go wrong. So we’re focusing on showering him with love.”
The 39-year-old former MTV VJ also opened about the struggles of being a working mom. For La La is essential to set an example for her son, and that’s why despite having a packed schedule, there’s no room for regrets in her life.
“I had to know that for me to be successful in all aspects of my life, I have to work. I have to be able to work and do the things I do. And I want to be able to be an example of my son. I’m someone that’s a hard worker and takes their job seriously and gives it all they’ve got. So even in the guilt, there’s work to be done.”