Chantel Jeffries put on a very leggy display as she stunned in an edgy ensemble while strolling through Los Angeles on Sunday.
The DJ, 30, was a vision as she donned a pinstripe black co-ord featuring a strapless corset and a mini skirt – flaunting her toned physique.
The edgy ensemble featured plenty of studs on the corset and a zip, and a small chain belt on her mini skirt.
The model teamed her ensemble with black ankle chunky boots featuring two pouches.
Chantel matched the total black look with a leather handbag where she carried the essentials.
Turning heads: Chantel Jeffries put on a very leggy display as she stunned in an edgy look while strolling in LA on Sunday
Stunner: The DJ, 30, was a vision as she donned a pinstripe black co-ord featuring a strapless corset and a mini skirt – flaunting her toned physique
The stunner made sure all eyes were on her as she turned the sidewalk into a runway – as she smiled and waved to the camera.
The YouTube personality wore silver hoop earrings and slicked her hair back styled into a ponytail.
She rocked a flawless eyeliner, glossy nude lipstick and a slightly bronzed her cheeks.
It comes after the influencer set pulses racing on Monday as she rocked up to the star-studded Air premiere on Los Angeles in a very daring ensemble.
Chantel flashed her black underwear beneath a very racy sheer mini dress which left little to the imagination.
The stunner looked in her element as she posed this way and that for the cameras, showcasing her incredible figure in the skimpy outfit.
She teamed her thigh-skimming dress with a pair of black knee-high leather boots, while she accessorised her look with a small black handbag.
The beauty swept her locks into a simple ponytail for the occasion, finishing things off with silver hooped earrings.
Ramping up the glamour, she added a bold red lip and lashings of mascara, with Chantel looking full of confidence as she posed for a series of snap.
Oozing style: The edgy ensemble featured plenty of studs on the corset and a zip, and a small chain belt on her mini skirt
Edgy: The model teamed her ensemble with black ankle chunky boots featuring two pouches
Air, directed by Ben Affleck, tells the story of the sneaker brand Air Jordan’s rise to fame.
The star-studded new film features an all-star cast including Matt Damon, Jason Bateman, Chris Tucker, and EGOT winner Viola Davis.
The shoes – produced by American corporation Nike, Inc – were created for Hall of Fame former basketball player Michael Jordan during his time with the Chicago Bulls in 1984 and were released on April 1, 1985.
Damon plays a sports executive, Sonny Vaccaro, who is charged with the task of improving Nike’s sales in their basketball division.
In the trailer, Vaccaro watches numerous tapes looking for the perfect player to collaborate with before finding one and showing it to his boss, Jason Bateman’s character.
Nike founder Phil Knight, played by Affleck, approves signing individual players on sponsorships for the first time.
Damon then tells a Nike designer he needs ‘the greatest basketball shoe ever made.’
When asked who it’s for, he replies ‘Michael Jordan’ in a steely manner.
Hot stuff: Chantel Jeffries was sure to set pulses racing on Monday as she rocked up to the Air premiere on Los Angeles in a very daring ensemble
Work it: The DJ and model, 30, flashed her black underwear beneath a very racy sheer mini dress which left little to the imagination
New sports movie: Damon stars above as sports exec Sonny Vaccaro
Tough boss: Ben Affleck plays Nike founder Phil Knight (pictured above)
The trailer for the film ends with a humorous scene where Knight asks Vaccaro if he has a name for the shoe. Vaccaro tells him the name is Air Jordan, and Knight makes a face.
‘Seriously?’ Vaccaro asks upon seeing the face to which Knight replies, ‘Maybe it’ll grown on me.’
Ben recently opened up to IndieWire about working with his longtime friend Damon saying: ‘I love and trust Matt so much, and it was so lovely to be working together.
‘It was kind of like a feeling of, I want the other actors to feel [this too].
‘Like, “Come on, it’s all good, I love actors, I love you, you’re going to be OK, everyone, take as much time as you want, do what you need to do and be respected, and to kind of project that energy.”‘
Ben and Matt shot to international prominence in 1997, when they co-wrote the award-winning Good Will Hunting.
Air has earned rave reviews and received a standing ovation when it premiered at SXSW last week.
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