2023 SI Swim Model Camille Kostek Is Pretty in Pink With Rob Gronkowski at ‘Barbie’ World Premiere

The star jetted from Miami Swim Week to Los Angeles for the occasion.
Rob Gronkowski and Camille Kostek.

Rob Gronkowski and Camille Kostek.


Camille Kostek sure had a busy weekend. After walking the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Runway Show at the W South Beach for Miami Swim Week on Friday, the 2019 cover model jetted off to Los Angeles for the Barbie world premiere the following evening. 

Kostek embodied Malibu Barbie herself in a form-fitting pink dress with a feathered train styled by Emily Evans. The 2023 SI Swimsuit model accessorized with a tiny pink handbag and opted for flirty lashes and an icy pink lip, while her blonde locks were slightly curled and styled in a partial up-do. She credited her glam team on Instagram, including makeup artist Jenny Ventura and hair and makeup guru Cherilyn Farris.

The model and TV personality attended the event at the Shrine Auditorium with her partner, retired NFL tight end Rob Gronkowski, and the two posed for photos together on the pink carpet.

Rob Gronkowski and Camille Kostek on the pink carpet.

Rob Gronkowski and Camille Kostek on the pink carpet.

Ahead of the premiere, Kostek asked her TikTok followers to help her pick out her outfit for the occasion. Other options included a dress with a beaded bodice and light pink tulle skirt, a hot pink one-shoulder number, a magenta cut-out dress, a sparkly black gown with a heart-shaped chest cut-out and more.

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