Samantha Armytage, 44, shared a number of photos to Instagram showing her in Zampatti's designs, including a red number she wore to the 2019 Logies.
She also posted an image of herself wearing another stunning white dress created by Zampatti as she posed alongside husband Richard Lavender. Sam also shared a pic of herself at the 2019 Logie Awards wearing a red-hot, one-shouldered Carla Zampatti gown.
Sam led the tributes to Zampatti from her famous fans.
Sam wrote in her caption: 'Absolutely devastated at the loss of my attractive friend Carla Zampatti this morning.
"She was a creative genius, a wonderful generous elegant woman & very much a part of many of my favourite memories".
"She will be dearly missed, but never forgotten". And will live on forever in my heart, and my wardrobe. Her contribution to our nation will be timeless, just like her designs.
Sam Armytage has been left "absolutely devastated" by the sudden death of her friend, Australian fashion designer Carla Zampatti.
Packed To The Rafters star Rebecca Gibney posted a heartfelt message to her own Instagram account, revealing that she wore a white Carla Zampatti suit just weeks ago to promote her new mini-series, Under The Vines. It was a privilege to call her a friend.
Having weathered the Global Financial Crisis of 2008, also known as the Global Frock Crisis because of the number of labels left floundering, and seen a new generation of designers steal headlines, including her remarkable daughter Bianca Spender, there was very little Zampatti had left to prove.
'I have worn Carla's designs in so many fashion shoots, to a multitude of awards nights - including the International Emmys - and most recently on the series Under The Vines now shooting in New Zealand. A huge loss. Love to her family.
Charlee Fraser walks the runway in a design by Carla Zampatti during the Gala Runway 2 show at Melbourne Fashion Festival on March 10, 2020.
She was knocked unconscious by the fall and was treated by paramedics on the scene before being transported to St Vincent's hospital.
Carla's daughter Bianca was one of the first to share her gutwrenching tribute after her mother's death on Saturday.
"Jen and I are terribly saddened by the passing of Carla Zampatti", he wrote alongside a picture of him with the fashion designer. "We have lost a truly great and inspirational Australian", he said in a statement on Saturday.
"Carla will be remembered as an extraordinary leader, and a legend in Australian business".
In a statement, an SBS spokesperson said the broadcaster was "deeply saddened" to hear of Ms Zampatti's passing.
"Carla has always been celebrated for making Australian women feel confident and elegant through her exceptional design, tailoring and understanding of the modern woman", the statement read.
"Carla was an icon to the fashion industry, a pioneer as an entrepreneur and a champion of multicultural Australia".