Ivanka Trump DAZZLES in a disco ball-inspired gown as she shares behind-the-scenes glimpse at her star-studded night on the town for opening of lavish new Las Vegas hotel

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Ivanka Trump dazzled in a disco ball-inspired gown as she attended the opening of a lavish new Las Vegas hotel.

The former First Daughter, 42, posed up a storm at the $3.7billion Fontainebleau resort – the tallest and newest hotel in southern Nevada – where she rubbed shoulders with the likes of Kim Kardashian, Tom Brady, Cher, and Sylvester Stallone. 

She slipped into a black strapless dress that was embellished with a wave of silver sequins across the skirt.

The mom-of-three looked effortlessly chic in the figure-hugging one piece which shimmered under the spotlight and swept down to the floor.

Ivanka Trump dazzled in a disco ball-inspired gown as she attended the opening of a lavish new Las Vegas hotel

The former First Daughter, 42, posed up a storm at the $3.7billion Fontainebleau resort alongside businesswoman Julie Brawn

The former First Daughter, 42, posed up a storm at the $3.7billion Fontainebleau resort alongside businesswoman Julie Brawn

The socialite shared a clip as she stood next to an oversized disco ball before giggling and walking back toward the camera

The socialite shared a clip as she stood next to an oversized disco ball before giggling and walking back toward the camera

The socialite shared a clip as she stood next to an oversized disco ball before giggling and walking back toward the camera

Ivanka finished the ensemble with a black clutch bag and a pair of statement earrings.

She wore her honey locks in curls draped over one shoulder before striking a pose in a series of snaps in the hotel corridors as well as alongside businesswoman Julie Brawn and Kim Kardashian’s reality star pal Jonathan Cheban.

Elsewhere, the socialite shared a clip as she stood next to an oversized disco ball before giggling and walking back toward the camera.

Ivanka added overlaid text to congratulate entrepreneurs Jeffrey Soffer and David Grutman who were behind the upscale project in Sin City.

The duo masterminded the opening of the 67-story hotel-casino tower which became famous after sitting unfinished for more than a decade.

‘Bringing Fontainebleau Las Vegas to life has been an extraordinary journey,’ said Jeffrey Soffer, who started the project, lost it and reacquired it to finish it.

‘Opening a resort of this size and scope is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.’

Jeffrey Soffer and David Grutman masterminded the opening of the 67-story hotel-casino tower which became famous after sitting unfinished for more than a decade

Jeffrey Soffer and David Grutman masterminded the opening of the 67-story hotel-casino tower which became famous after sitting unfinished for more than a decade 

Ivanka was by no means the only famous face to attend the grand opening of the site that boasts 3,644 'exquisite' rooms and suites

Ivanka was by no means the only famous face to attend the grand opening of the site that boasts 3,644 ‘exquisite’ rooms and suites 

She wore her honey locks in curls draped over one shoulder and posed with TV star Jonathan Cheban

She wore her honey locks in curls draped over one shoulder and posed with TV star Jonathan Cheban

The mom-of-three looked effortlessly chic in the figure-hugging one piece which shimmered under the spotlight and swept down to the floor

The mom-of-three looked effortlessly chic in the figure-hugging one piece which shimmered under the spotlight and swept down to the floor

The Soffer family acquired the Fontainebleau at Miami Beach, near to Ivanka’s family home, in 2005 which could be how she landed an invite.

But she was by no means the only famous face to attend the grand opening of the site that boasts 3,644 ‘exquisite’ rooms and suites. 

As well as Cher, Tom, and Sylvester, A-list guests at the glittering soiree included Lenny Kravitz, Eva Longoria, and Breaking Bad stars Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston. 

But by now, Ivanka is well versed in celebrity events, having spent a busy few weeks hitting the town in Miami for Art Basel.  

She recently played host to a stunning brunch in Miami to honor fashion designer Maria de la Orden’s latest collection at the elite Surf Club inside the Four Seasons hotel. 

Ivanka also posed up on the blue carpet at the lavish event, where she showcased the gown's glittering skirt

Ivanka also posed up on the blue carpet at the lavish event, where she showcased the gown's glittering skirt

Ivanka also posed up on the blue carpet at the lavish event, where she showcased the gown’s glittering skirt

She added a splash of color in the form of some bold red lipstick, and wore her hair in loose waves around her shoulders

She added a splash of color in the form of some bold red lipstick, and wore her hair in loose waves around her shoulders

The former First Daughter donned a white long-sleeved button down with an enormous bow around her neck and a pair of high-waisted pink trousers. 

She paired the chic outfit with some white, strappy heels, and left her long blonde locks in loose waves around her face.

Taking to Instagram to share a sneak peek inside the event, Ivanka praised her friend, writing: ‘Enjoyed welcoming my kind and talented friend @mariadelaord to Miami this week and hosting her for brunch at the Surf Club and a preview of her beautiful @mariadelaordenstudio collection.’ 

Days earlier, Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner enjoyed a full day of events – with the former First Daughter even taking time for an outfit change halfway through the day. 

First, she put her long legs on display in a white mini dress, before later opting for a long-sleeved pink dress, which she wore to attend an Art Basel kick-off party at Casadonna Miami – where she and Jared spent time with TikTok superstar Alix Earle and her Miami Dolphins star boyfriend Braxton Berrios. 

Despite her hectic schedule, Ivanka still managed to get some quality time in at home, sharing some, sharing some sweet family snaps and a message urging people to ‘bring light to the world’ on the first night of Hanukkah, amid the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict.

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