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She has been at the heart of Milan Fashion Week ruling the runways across the Italian fashion capital.
And Winnie Harlow kept up her fashionable image when she joined forces with Amber Valletta and Olivia Palermo at the star-studded amfAR dinner on Saturday.
Sexily wearing the straps of her sheer scarlet gown off her shoulders, the supermodel showed off as much bare skin as possible.
Winnie Harlow exposes some serious skin in sheer dress as she leads the glamour with Amber Valletta and Olivia Palermo at amfAR gala dinner
From the runway to the red carpet, the model put on a titillating display by putting her white briefs on display in the transparent floor-length dress.Share
Dazzling gems were stitched into the fine fabric of the number to bring a hint of showbiz sparkle to Winnie’s red carpet look.
Already standing tall at 5ft 7inchs, the fashion icon slipped on steep silver heels while she mingled with the stars at the bash.
From the runway to the red carpet! The model put on a titillating display by putting her white briefs on display in the transparent floor-length dress
Dazzling diva: Gems were stitched into the fine fabric of the number to bring a hint of showbiz sparkle to Winnie’s red carpet look
Winnie was seen cosying up to newly-single Liam Payne when they were sat indulging on the sumptuous banquet.
The Bedroom Floor hitmaker has been mending his heartache after splitting from Cheryl, his long-term ladylove and the mother of his son Bear.
Statuesque Winnie wasn’t the only model to catch his eye on the evening as he was later seen mingling with the glamorous Amber Valletta.
Good company: Winnie was seen cosying up to newly-single Liam Payne when they were sat indulging on the sumptuous banquet
The exact moment Winnie found out she had earned her wings has been uploaded to Models Daily’s Twitter account and it has also been reported she went on to make the official announcement at the IMG VIP Lounge by Principessa Prosecco.
Winnie – who has skin condition vitiligo – also recently discussed the changes in the modelling industry in an interview with ELLE magazine.
She explained: ‘There is a big shift happening in the fashion industry in terms of beauty standards, and I feel I’m part of that shift.
‘I remember on America’s Next Top Model, Tyra Banks asked me if a photographer told me to cover my skin for a shoot, would I do it?
‘I said no. I don’t care who it is, or who thinks I should. I’m going to stay true to myself.’
She previously lashed out at being branded ‘a sufferer’ of pigment disease Vitiligo, as she penned on Instagram: ‘”I’m not a ‘Vitiligo Sufferer” I’m not a ‘Vitiligo model.
‘I am Winnie. I am a model. And I happen to have Vitiligo. Stop putting these titles on me or anyone else.’