Adriana Lima


The single life apparently suits Adriana Lima.

After stunning at the Met Gala on Monday night during her first post-split appearance, the supermodel turned heads while filming a photo shoot for the first time since announcing her breakup from Marco Jarić.

Lima took part in a shoot for Maybelline on Tuesday, during which she looked every bit the bombshell in a fur vest, skinny jeans, and sky high strappy sandals. The 32-year-old model wore her hair slicked back in a ponytail and swiped on bright pink lipstick for a pop of color as a photographer snapped pics of the stunner, who filmed the shoot on the streets of NYC.

The brunette beauty and the basketball player announced their split on Friday. The exes are parents to daughters Valentina, 4, and Sienna, 19 months.

PHOTO: Adriana Lima makes her first post-split appearance at the Met Gala

Adriana Lima

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"After long and careful consideration, we have decided to separate after five years of marriage," the stars told E! News in a statement. "We are grateful to be the parents of two incredible young daughters that we will continue to co-parent. We would greatly appreciate your respect for our family's privacy as we begin this delicate next chapter for all members of our family."

Just three days later, the Brazilian bombshell made her first post-split appearance at the Met Gala in New York City. The model dressed to kill in a custom-made Givenchy Haute Couture gown that accentuated her famous curves, and via her Instagram account, she commented on the skintight dress' "strong silhouette."

"Regram @ricccardotisci17 thank you for an amazing night... #love," the mother of two wrote on Instagram after the annual fashion fete. 

Looks like there's no slowing down for the newly single supermodel, who no doubt looks better than ever!

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