She’s known for her striking looks and never-ending pins.
And Jasmine Sanders stayed true to form showing off her long legs at the the CIROC x Moschino collaboration during Milan Fashion Week.
The self-named ‘Golden Barbie’ put her gym-honed physique on display in a multi-coloured matching leather romper suit.
Leggy: the self-named ‘Golden Barbie’ showed off her gym-honed physique in a multi-coloured matching leather outfit
Unique style: Daring to impress, the Instagram sensation showcased her one-of-a-kind look as the sartorial choice featured a chunky black belt and matching collar
The 27-year-old stunner showcased her flawless figure in a revealing colourful outfit and chunky black heels.
Her golden tresses were pulled back into a sleek ponytail.
A nude lip complemented her chunky gold earrings and thick black eyeliner.
Strike a pose: The 27-year-old stunner showcased her flawless figure in a revealing colourful outfit and chunky black heels
Daring to impress, the Instagram sensation showcased her unique style as the sartorial choice featured a chunky black belt and matching collar.
The German-born model turned more than a few heads as she flashed her toned legs in leather shorts and a matching top that left little to the imagination.
Jasmine began modelling when she was just 13-years old.
Over the years she has been featured on the fashion magazine pages of Vogue, Galore, Seventeen, and many more.
She has also modelled for popular brands like Forever 21, Aldos, Ralph Lauren and Smashbox.
Walking: Jasmine holds a giant cardboard Moschino shoe as she crosses the street in Milan
She eventually transitioned to acting and got her big break in the film School Dance in 2014, which then led to roles in Smooth Talking Sexy hair and Glosses.
And being friends with the likes of Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner hasn’t hurt her ability to get noticed.
Social media has also helped garner her world-wide attention, with more than three-million Instagram followers and counting.
‘I honestly started using Instagram for their filters,’ said Sanders in an interview with Vogue
Sanders credits social media with giving models a real voice. ‘Social media allows us to show everyone that there’s more beyond the supposed glitz and glam of the industry. We have the power to share what we truly love and what makes us happy.’