She’s one of the most sought-after models in the fashion industry.
And Winnie Harlow continued with her busy work schedule as she was seen ahead of a photoshoot in Paris in France on Sunday.
The model, 24, nailed off-duty style by slipping into a pair of form-fitting silver cycling shorts and a printed T-shirt.
Off-duty: She’s one of the most sought-after models in the fashion industry and Winnie Harlow, 24, was seen ahead of a photoshoot in Paris in France on Sunday
Continuing her edgy look, Winnie slung a white and grey snake print bum bag across her body.
The beauty, who has the skin condition vitiligo, finished her laidback look with a pair of camel coloured trainers that she left untied.
Allowing her natural beauty to shine through, the elegant star sported minimal make-up and left her curls down.
The model nailed off-duty style by slipping her perfect proportions into a pair of form-fitting silver cycling shorts and a printed T-shirt
Meanwhile, Winnie attended Tokyo’s very first Beautycon last week.
The supermodel cut a stylish figure in a figure-hugging grey dress that boasted a zip at the front as she spoke to an audience at the Belle Salle Shibuya Garden.
The catwalk queen paired her sparkling dress with black stilettos embellished with silver gems around the ankle and a pair of silver dazzling earrings.
Letting her dark locks cascade down her shoulders, the model completed her look with bronze-toned make-up and a sweep of blush across her cheeks to accentuate her naturally beautiful features.
Winnie – whose real name is Chantelle Brown-Young – was first propelled into the limelight after being discovered by model Tyra Banks on Instagram and being asked to appear on her show-America’s Next Top Model in 2014.
The model went on to finish in sixth place on the series.
The star recently defended herself over comments she made about her time as a contestant on the show and perceived criticism of host Tyra, 45.
Winnie wrote on Instagram: ‘After being on the show no one would book me and no agency would sign me because of the reality TV stigma.
‘It has nothing to do with being ungrateful, and more over nothing to do with “shade” to Tyra.
‘She was the first person of higher status to make me feel like I could be a model and not only am I grateful for that, it’s something I’ll never forget.’
Glamorous: Winnie recently attended Tokyo’s very first Beautycon. The supermodel cut a stylish figure in a figure-hugging grey dress that boasted a zip at the front