Ashley Graham Stuns in Revealing Oscar Dress After Cheryl Tiegs Apologizes for Calling Her 'Unhealthy'

This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors.

If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.

Ashley Graham wasn’t about to let Cheryl Tiegs’ comments keep her from rocking the Oscar red carpet.

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girl stunned in a revealing red dress at the Vanity Fair Oscar party on Sunday night, just a few days after Tiegs apologized for calling the size 14-16 model “unhealthy.”

Getty Images

WATCH: Cheryl Tiegs Blasts 'Sports Illustrated' for Putting Ashley Graham on Swimsuit Cover: 'Glamorizing' Full-Figured Women Is Not Healthy

"I don't like that we're talking about full-figured women because it's glamorizing them because your waist should be smaller than 35 [inches]. That's what Dr. Oz said, and I'm sticking to it," the 68-year-old former cover girl told E! News last week. "Her face is beautiful. But I don't think it's healthy in the long run."

After receiving backlash for her comments, Tiegs took to Twitter on Friday to offer “my sincere apologies to everyone I have hurt.”

“I truly just want everyone to be healthy & happy,” she added.

WATCH: 'Sports Illustrated' Redefines Beauty by Naming Ashley Graham an Official Swimsuit Model

Graham hasn’t responded to the comments, but certainly seemed happy as she posed for pics in her stunning custom Bao Tranchi dress. On Monday morning, the 28-year-old model recapped her glam night on Twitter.

“Bao Tranchi custom dress last night had me feeling like I was wearing a piece of art!” she wrote, adding the hashtag “#beautybeyondsize.”

WATCH: Ashley Graham Shows Off Sexy Pink Lingerie for 'Love' Magazine's Advent Calendar

Graham opened up to ET last August about the stigmas that come with being referred to as a "plus-sized" model. 

"The things that I don't necessarily like about it is all the negative stigmatisms that go with the word plus size -- you're fat, you're lazy, you have no drive, no determination, you're constantly eating," she explained. "Honey, I work out. I work out three days a week. I lift. I do barre. I do it all. It's the stereotypes. That's what I really don't like. I am me. Take it or leave it."

See more from the interview in the video below.

WATCH: Model Ashley Graham Isn't a Fan of the Term 'Plus Size': 'I Am Me, Take It or Leave It'