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Winnie Harlow flaunts endless legs in bold check coat dress as she takes part in WE Day in LA

Winnie Harlow put her best foot forward as she participated in WE Day in Los Angeles on Thursday.

The Canadian model, 23, looked sensational in a bold check coat dress that skimmed her thighs revealing her fabulous legs.

The catwalk star added strappy shiny gold heels and wore her long hair loose and sleekly styled.

Stunner for a cause: Winnie Harlow put her best foot forward as she participated in WE Day in Los Angeles on Thursday

Winnie participated in a panel discussion as part of the day that celebrates volunteerism and encourages young people to make a difference in their world.

She was made-up with black kohl lining her eyes and a touch of lip gloss.

She sported white polish on her toe nails and accessorized with a gold neck chain. 

High-heeled beauty: The Canadian model, 23, looked sensational in a bold check coat dress that skimmed her thighs revealing her fabulous legs

High-heeled beauty: The Canadian model, 23, looked sensational in a bold check coat dress that skimmed her thighs revealing her fabulous legs

The catwalk star stepped out in strappy shiny gold heels

Winnie wore her long hair loose and sleekly styled

Headturner: The catwalk star stepped out in strappy shiny gold heels and wore her long hair loose and sleekly styled

The natural beauty who has Vitiligo recently discussed the changes in the modelling industry in an interview with ELLE Magazine.  

The Toronto native explained: ‘There is a big shift happening in the fashion industry in terms of beauty standards, and I feel I’m part of that shift.

‘I remember on America’s Next Top Model, Tyra Banks asked me if a photographer told me to cover my skin for a shoot, would I do it? I said no. I don’t care who it is, or who thinks I should. I’m going to stay true to myself.’ 

She recently lashed out at being branded ‘a sufferer’ of pigment disease Vitiligo

She wrote on her Instagram: ‘I’m not a ‘Vitiligo Sufferer” I’m not a ‘Vitiligo model.’ I am Winnie. I am a model. And I happen to have Vitiligo. Stop putting these titles on me or anyone else.’

Winnie found fame on TV reality show America’s Next Top Model in 2014, where she was kicked out in the second week of finals before returning to a comeback series where she finished 6th.

Since then she has soared to fame in the industry and fronted campaigns for Desigual, Diesel and Swarovski atop a host of magazine covers. 

Sharing her story: Winnie participated in a panel discussion as part of the day that celebrates volunteerism and encourages young people to make a difference in their world

Sharing her story: Winnie participated in a panel discussion as part of the day that celebrates volunteerism and encourages young people to make a difference in their world

 



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