She rose to fame in the fashion industry after starring on Australia’s Next Top Model.
And Jordan Simek showed just why as she attended a Rakija tasting event at Hubert restaurant in Sydney on Wednesday evening.
The blonde bombshell looked stunning in a little black off-the-shoulder dress by the House of CB.
The statuesque stunner let the frock do the talking by wearing no accessories, and boosted her already statuesque height with a pair of tan heels.
Jordan attended the event with her new partner Jackson to celebrate Australian award-winning Rakija brand, DNA Distillery.
Australia’s Next Top Model star Jordan Simek attended a Rakija tasting event at Hubert restaurant in Sydney on Wednesday evening
She looked positively glowing in a bronzed makeup palette with a bold red lip.
Jordan starred in the tenth and final season of Australia’s Next Top Model alongside judges Jennifer Hawkins, Alex Perry and Cheyenne Tozzi.
She recently shared her battle with severe acne and the ‘secret’ weapon that has cleared up her skin and redness and left her with ‘glassy smooth’ complexion in just six months.
The blonde bombshell showed off her tanned and toned pins in a little black off the shoulder dress by the House of CB
Jordan attended the event with her new partner Jackson to celebrate Australian award-winning Rakija brand DNA Distillery
She’s been using The Secret Skincare after ‘gatekeeping’ her routine for a while – and the results speak for themselves.
Started by Perth-based Skin Clinic owner Dr Clara Hurst and General Practitioner Dr Deb Cohen-Jones in 2018, the prescription skincare range has been responsible for countless astounding transformations thanks to its powerful active ingredients.
‘My skincare journey has been a work in progress for some time but it’s safe to say I have never been happier with how my skin look and feels today,’ Jordan wrote next to a snap of her flawless complexion.
‘I stumbled across The Secret through a friend as I had given up and tried everything to fix my face. I for one truly understand the repercussions problematic skin and damage it can have to your overall self confidence.’
‘If you have been looking for a sign to try new skincare here it is. Your skin will thank me later, I promise,’ she said.
Jordan’s described her skin as ‘maddeningly temperamental’ as it was smooth and clear some days and textured and inflamed other days.
Once she started using the products – the Cellular Repair Night Cream ($200), the Day Brightening Elixir (Sensitive, $200) and the Eye Serum – her skin went through a purging phase before seeing any results.
She recently shared her battle with severe acne and the ‘secret’ weapon that has cleared up her skin and redness and left her with ‘glassy smooth’ complexion in just six months with Daily Mail Australia