Rihanna wore a champagne-coloured, strapless gown at her second annual Diamonds Ball at Barker Hanger in Santa Monica, California on Thursday. The Ball was held to raise funds for her charity Clara Lionel Foundation. The black-tie event was attended by some of Hollywood’s A-list crowd.

The “Diamonds” hit maker was supported at the event by members of her family, including her mother Monica Braithwaite, her aunt and her niece Majesty, Hello reports. The 18-month-old stole the show in a sparkly navy dress and gold Stuart Weitzman shoes, Huffington Post reports. The toddler’s hair was pulled up tightly and tied into a high bun.

The eight-time Grammy award-winner singer RiRi showed off her cleavage in the metallic Dior Haute Couture gown. The floor-length gown featured a fitted bodice and a tight skirt. The satin confection also had a thigh-high split and was cinched at the waist.

Rihanna paired the gown with a matching floor-sweeping cape and high heels. She showed off her svelte figure in the Dior gown. The 27-year-old singer accessorised with lots of sparkly diamonds. She wore a diamond necklace and matching earrings.

She also flaunted her metallic manicure. Her make-up for the night included lots of bronzer, brown glossy lipstick and matching eyeshadow. Her long raven tresses were styled straight and kept in a slicked back ‘do’ with a perfect blow dry.

The black-tie event was hosted by comedian Kevin Hart, who attended along with his fiancée Eniko Parrish. Other celebs who attended the Ball included Will Smith and his wife and Jada Pinkett Smith, Kylie Jenner along with her boyfriend rapper Tyga. Singer Zendaya and model Emily Ratajkowski were also present while there was a performance by Lionel Richie.

Proceeds raised from the evening would go to Rihanna’s Clara Lionel Foundation, which she launched in 2012. The charity was founded in memory of her grandparents, Claire and Lionel Braithwaite. It works to improve the quality of life for communities around the world. The tickets for her charity ball was priced at $3,000 (AU$4173) per person.

“It’s overwhelming to see so many of the people that I care about come together to support a cause that is near and dear to my heart,” the singer told in an exclusive interview with People.

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