Winnie Harlow strutted her stuff in a racy workout co-ord on Thursday while heading to the launch of her Puma collection in LA.
The Canadian supermodel, 28, rose to fame on America’s Next Top Model in 2014 and has since been an advocate for her skin condition, vitiligo, which causes a loss of pigment in the skin.
Winnie sent pulses racing in snakeskin workout leggings and a matching sports bra, which exposed her toned stomach.
But the beauty wasn’t heading for the gym – as she added a classy brown handbag and wore glam make-up including black eyeliner.
Instead, she was off to her Winnie X Puma forever luxe collection launch, showing no hint of sweat as she stepped out in the Californian sun.
Glam: Winnie Harlow strutted her stuff on Thursday in a racy snakeskin workout co-ord
Pleased to be there: The Canadian model, 28, was grinning as she enjoyed the Californian sunshine
Winnie, born Chantelle Whitney Brown-Young, wore her brunette tresses loose and wavy as she glowed in the sunshine.
In 2016 Winnie made history when she became the first model with vitiligo to walk in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.
It comes after she launched her beauty brand Cay Skin in Toronto, Canada earlier this month.
Winnie touted her vegan, silicone-free, and cruelty-free products on social media as well as at the in-person event.
A caption for a joint post shared by Sephora and Cay Skin read: ‘Get ready to glow✨ @CaySkin is coming soon to Sephora [Canada] and look who stopped by to celebrate.’
The piece of content showed Winnie in a behind-the-scenes reel as she walked through an aisle of stored merchandise.
Draped in a fur coat, the beauty said, ‘Hey, guys. It’s Winnie Harlow. We are here in Toronto at Sephora.
‘I am so excited to announce the launch of Cay Skin coming soon to Canada. Let’s go celebrate!’
Hotting up: Winnie sent pulses racing in snakeskin workout leggings and a matching sports bra, which exposed her toned stomach
New clothes: Winnie wasn’t heading to the gym despite donning workout gear, instead attending her Winnie X Puma forever luxe collection launch
Stunning: The supermodel wore her brunette tresses loose with waves as she glowed in the sun
Details: Winnie added a classy brown handbag and opted for a stylish make-up palette including black eyeliner
The clip featured swarms of consumers gathered in the brick and mortar store to see the runway star.
She looked typically beautiful in a full face of flowy makeup compete with golden eyeshadow and wispy lashes.
Winnie’s dark hair was styled in a part-less look with face-framing baby hair as the locks tumbled down her back in loose, fluffy curls.
Cay Skin’s Instagram bio describes the line as ‘Daily suncare that puts your skin first.’
Winnie made the shift from modeling into the beauty space when she launched Cay Skin last year.
The suncare brand’s standout product – Isle Glow Face Lotion – offers 45 SPF and is environmentally friendly, according to the official Cay Skin site.
Speaking with Byrdie last spring, the star revealed that the inspiration for creating Cay Skin stemmed from a ‘traumatic’ shoot in the Bahamas in 2018.
‘I was shooting in the Bahamas sun for two days, and no one [on set] wanted me to reapply sunscreen because the ones we had left a blue or purple cast,’ she explained.
Without any protection from the harsh sun, Winnie’s skin suffered sun damage that required her to seek medical attention.
‘When I finished the two-day project, I got back to my hotel and my skin was so red and tight. Doctors had to come to the hotel room and give me injections for pain and inflammation. It was a traumatic experience.’
Though the incident was excruciating, it inspired Winnie to create sunscreen that suits all skin tones in the hopes that what happened to her wouldn’t happen to someone else.
‘It’s so important to protect your skin, and there should be products that work for everyone,’ she told the outlet. ‘That’s really how the idea for Cay Skin came to life.’