From demure to daring: Giddy Winnie Harlow puts on a VERY leggy display as she slips into THREE different outfits at the Fashion Awards 2017
She recently made her show-stopping debut in the 2017 LOVE Advent Calendar, where she put on a scantily-clad display for the festive offering.?
And Canadian model Winnie Harlow proved her star power once again on Monday, as she slipped into three different outfits for the Fashion Awards 2017.
The 23-year-old kicked off the night in demure pleated maxi skirt before changing into an embroidered strapless gown - and hitting the after-party in racy thigh-high boots at?at the Chiltern Firehouse.
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Quick-changing: Canadian model Winnie Harlow proved her star power on Monday, as she slipped into three different outfits for the Fashion Awards 2017
?Stealing the limelight: The 23-year-old kicked off the night in demure pleated maxi skirt before changing into an embroidered strapless gown (first picture) and then thigh-high boots
For her first look, she stunned in a showstopping floor-length teal skirt with a fluffy Alice blue jumper.
Matching her captivating number with voluminous curls, the former America's Next Top Model contestant swept her raven locks into a high ponytail.
Winnie stood on multi-coloured stilettos as she complemented her ensemble with varied gemstone jewellery.
Her radiant complexion was met with a subtle smokey purple shade, fluttery false lashes and a glossy lip.?
Leggy:?Canadian model Winnie Harlow, 23, slipped into a pleated maxi skirt which offered a peek at her leggy pins at the Fashion Awards 2017
Make your style shine in a mint colored skirt by Brandon Maxwell
Winnie Harlow stunned on the red carpet for the 2017 Fashion Awards wearing a dazzling mint colored skirt and fuzzy white sweater from Brandon Maxwell's Spring 2018 collection.
It seems that the American designer with a penchant for structure and precise tailoring has changed pace with his latest collection, opting for pieces that are more fluid and organic like this look here on Winnie.
We love the full skirt with a tonal statement waist sash that featured a thigh-high slit to showcase Winnie's supermodel features.
Sadly we'll have to wait till next season before we can shop this collection but in the meantime, click right to explore the current pieces up for grabs over at NET-A-PORTER. But if you're hot to recreate Winnie's look today then take a look at the carousel below for our favorite alternatives starting at just $19.90!
Chic: She maintained her blue-toned colour theme as she paired her floor-length piece with a fluffy Alice blue jumper
Captivating: Matching her stand out number with voluminous curls, the former America's Next Top Model contestant swept her raven locks into a high ponytail
Glowing: Her radiant complexion was met with a subtle smokey purple shade, fluttery false lashes and a glossy lip?
This sizzling appearance came shortly after the lavish Business of Fashion gala dinner in Oxford on Friday.
The activist went braless in the semi-sheer?négligée, worn under a huge faux fur wrap, while her fellow model Natalia Vodianova looked sensational in a scarlet gown.?
Glamorous Winnie flaunted her tremendous legs in the sexy robe, accentuated by her racy knee-high boots.
Taking centre-stage: The brunette beauty stunned in her second look - a silver strapless number with a whimsical printed A-line skirt?
Looking good: She cinched in her tiny waist thanks to a thin tan leather belt and accessorised with simple drop earrings?
Social butterfly: Harlow later mingled with the likes of actor Dominic Cooper, who looked dapper in a burgundy suit?
Flawless: Her metallic gown featured an irreverent horse print and a romantic dipped back
Model behaviour: Winnie smouldered as she stopped for a snap alongside fellow models Hailey Baldwin, Leomie Anderson and Jourdan Dunn
The style maven was every inch of fashion royalty when she wore a golden beaded tiara in her cropped pixie raven locks.
Despite being inside for the occasion, Winnie added a shade of sex appeal to her attire as she accessorised with tinted sunglasses.
The annual invitation-only event brings together the leading models and entrepreneurs in the fashion industry.?
These boots were made for walking: The Canadian beauty chose a pair of graphic-print thigh-high boots and a sequin miniskirt for the after-party at the Chilten Firehouse
Quite the arrival: She injected a dose of sports-luxe to the look with a personalised black cropped hoodie?
Stepping out: The model ensured all eyes were on her as she arrived at the celebrity hotspot?
Avert your eyes! Winnie risked flashing her underwear as she clambered out of her car in a thigh-grazing skirt?
Dazzling: The catwalk star flashed a winning smile as she strutted past a line of photographers?
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Fashion Awards 2017 - ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? The Winners?
Outstanding Contribution to British Fashion Award Christopher Bailey
British Designer of the Year - Menswear Craig Green for Craig Green?
British Designer of the Year - Womenswear Jonathan Anderson for JW Anderson
Accessories Designer of the Year - Jonathan Anderson for Loewe
Swarovski Award For Positive Change - Maria Grazia Chiuri
Urban Luxe Brand - Off-White
Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator - Pat McGrath?
British Emerging Talent - Womenswear Michael Halpern for Halpern
British Emerging Talent - Menswear Charles Jeffrey for Charles Jeffrey Loverboy
Business Leader - Marco Bizzarri for Gucci
Special Recognition Award For Innovation - Stella McCartney
Style Icon - Donatella Versace
Designer of the Year - Raf Simons?
Model of the Year - Adwoa Aboah
Winnie first shot to fame on the 21st season of America's Next Top Model. She has since appeared in a number of high-profile music videos including Eminem's 'Guts Over Fear' and Beyonce's 'Lemonade.'
Winnie, who is 5ft 9in, was diagnosed with vitiligo around the age of four, making her among one per cent of the population who has the condition.
And the model has become a voice for people with the condition, frequently discussing the topic.
She's fashion royalty! Braless Winnie Harlow wore a golden tiara as she joined her glamorous model pal Natalia Vodianova at a lavish Business of Fashion gala dinner in Oxford on Friday
She's a queen:?The style maven was every inch of fashion royalty when she donned the beaded tiara in her cropped pixie raven locks
In an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine,?she revealed: 'Kids called me a cow and mooed at me. I remember sitting by my window wishing upon the stars that my skin condition would go away.
Talking about body confidence, she added: 'Everyone asks me what the turning point was but it was just me making the effort to focus on my opinion on myself.'
'I was like, wait I don't actually think I'm ugly - I think I'm beautiful. So where did I get this idea I wasn't? From someone else. Now I've learnt to just listen to yourself.'
Rare: Winnie, who is 5ft 9in, was diagnosed with vitiligo around the age of four, making her among one per cent of the population who has the condition
Fabulous fun: Winnie showed off the cheeky side to her character when she danced with fellow model Halima Aden at the Business of Fashion gala
Powerful:?Talking about body confidence, she added: 'Everyone asks me what the turning point was but it was just me making the effort to focus on my opinion on myself'
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