She never fails to turn heads when she’s out and about.
And Winnie Harlow was certainly a show stopper in Milan, Italy, on Friday as she delivered three separate looks while enjoying Men’s Fashion Week in the city with P Diddy’s son Quincy Taylor Brown, 27, in tow.
The Canadian model, 24, was effortlessly stylish as she attended the Ermenegildo Zegna show with the actor and some other friends.
Winnie Harlow, 24, was effortlessly stylish as she attended the Ermenegildo Zegna show with QuincyTaylor Brown and some other friends
She donned a black, one-buttoned blazer and matching trousers for the occasion, slinging a small bag over her shoulder.
The beauty added height to her frame with a pair of black stilettos and accesorised with golden bracelets.
Showing off her posing abilities, Winnie worked the camera alongside Quincy and American Honey actor McCaul Lombardi, 24, and other guests.
The group later sat in the front row of the show, with the model letting her locks hang loose down her shoulders.
Pose: In one look, Winnie dazzled in a black, turtle-kneck jumper with rolled up sleeves
Style: Winnie Harlow looked stylish as ever after she touched down in the city early on Friday
Later in the evening, Winnie and Quincy went for a meal at La Bullona restaurant in the city.
The former America’s Next Top Model contestant rocked another look for the night, dazzling in a black, turtle-kneck jumper with rolled up sleeves.
Earlier in the day after just touching down in the city, Winnie turned heads in a sand coloured knitted jumper, showing off her toned abdomen by tucking the lower half behind her.
Fashionista: The model donned a black, one-buttoned blazer and matching trousers while sitting front row at a fashion show, slinging a small bag over her shoulder
Group: Showing off her posing abilities, Winnie worked the camera alongside Quincy and American Honey actor McCaul Lombardi, 24, and other guests
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She paired it with matching tracksuit bottoms and box-fresh white trainers.
The beauty added to her ensemble with a faux-fur knee-length coat.
Wearing her brunette locks poker straight, Winnie accessorised with a Gucci hat and a matching waist bag, topping off the look with a pair of shades.
Winnie, who was born Chantelle Brown-Young, recently defended herself over comments she made about her time as a contestant on America’s Next Top Model.
Front row: Winnie was radiant as she enjoyed the show with her friends
Fashion: The Canadian model, who was joined by P Diddy’s son Quincy Taylor Brown donned a sand, patterned jumper, showing off her toned abdomen by tucking the lower half behind her
Speaking on Watch What Happens Live, the model told how she felt the show did not do anything for her career.
Winnie was famously discovered by host Tyra Banks on Instagram in 2013, and she went on to place sixth in the 21st cycle of The CW modeling competition.
After receiving backlash for her comments, Winnie insisted she was not being ‘ungrateful’ towards Tyra.
Setting the record straight: Winnie, who was born Chantelle Brown-Young, recently defended herself over comments she made about her time as a contestant on America’s Next Top Model
‘After being on the show no one would book me and no agency would sign me because of the reality TV stigma,’ the former Wild ‘N Out team captain wrote on Instagram.
‘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.’
Winnie said: ‘After being on the show no one would book me and no agency would sign me because of the reality TV stigma’