Model Winnie Harlow dares to bare as she models a VERY low-cut dress for provocative Hunger Magazine cover
- The 22-year-old was shot by famed photographer Rankin for the 11th issue of his fashion publication
- Winnie, who is from Canada, was diagnosed with the rare skin disease Vitiligo at the age of four, when white patches began forming on her body
- The former America's Next Top Model contestant is currently rumored to be dating Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton
Model Winnie Harlow has cemented her status as one of the fashion industry's most talented stars by appearing in a stunning cover shoot for trendy publication Hunger Magazine.
The 22-year-old Canadian - who was diagnosed with the rare skin condition Vitiligo when she was just four years old - was shot by famed fashion photographer, and Hunger Magazine publisher, Rankin for the spread, which sees her proudly showing off her skin in a series of chic high-fashion ensembles.
For the cover shot, Winnie, who is rumored to be dating Lewis Hamilton, can be seen posing provocatively and bearing her cleavage in a stunning beaded black gown, arching her back while leaning towards the camera.
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Strike a pose: Model Winnie Harlow appears in a provocative cover shoot for Hunger Magazine
Walking in the air: The 22-year-old catwalk star was photographed in and around London by famed fashion photographer and Hunger publisher Rankin
Another quirky image appears to capture the model as she is hovering a few feet off the ground, while wearing a bright pink tweed Chanel suit, complete with matching boots, hat and handbag.
Winnie can also be seen 'flying' in the air in another shot, this time while modeling a pink and black puffer coat, matching pink purse and another embellished black dress, adding a few chunky pearl necklaces to finish the look off.
Both images see the model posing against a London-based backdrop - while one of the final shots from the spread, a beautiful black-and-white snap, shows Winnie in a studio, posing with her arms up in the air while showcasing a stunning sequin suit.
The high-profile shoot is just the latest in a long line of projects for the model, who has seen her star continue to rise over the past year.
And as well as her fashion success, the model has also been praised for spreading a positive message about body confidence and acceptance, having spoken out on a number of occasions about how she learned to love herself and her Vitiligo.
So chic: Winnie models a series of high-fashion ensembles for the shoot, including this snazzy sequined suit
Star on the rise: From walking on the runways at Fashion Week to posing in numerous campaigns, Winnie has become one of the year's most successful models
On Monday, Winnie treated her legion of Instagram followers to a rather sexy snap, which saw her posing in barely-there lingerie - while encouraging her fans to be confident about their own bodies.
The catwalk queen has faced up to many cruel comments about her looks in the past, but she proudly hit back at her critics with a touching message shared alongside the saucy social media snap.
Confidently flaunting her incredible figure in a tiny grey bra and over-sized black knickers, Winnie captioned the picture with a powerful sentiment, writing: 'Confidence doesn’t eliminate insecurities, and insecurities don’t mean you’re not confident #human.'
The post comes just weeks after the Canadian beauty took to the social media site to express her disdain of being called 'brave'.
Poser: Winnie treated her legion of Instagram followers to a rather sexy snap on Monday, wearing barely-there lingerie, while encouraging her fans to be confident about their bodies
Striking: The model, who was diagnosed with Vitiligo at the age of four, suffered years of bullying and admitted she was even called a 'zebra' and 'cow'
Winnie, who is among one per cent of the population to have the rare skin condition, wrote: 'If one more person calls me brave I think Imma flip my s**t.
'That’s the problem with “equality”. We don’t see ourselves as equals. We only see differences. If someone without vitiligo has confidence they aren’t deemed “brave”.
'I’m a confident normal a** human, not some being who “must be so brave to go outside looking like that” looking like what, myself?
'Because I don’t look like you it’s so incredible to be confident? I don’t want to look like you, I’m gorgeous. [sic]'
The 5ft 9in model, who is rumoured to be dating Lewis Hamilton, often opens up about her rare condition, insisting that she is far more than just her skin.
Beauty: Winnie has become one of the most sought-after models of the year
New couple alert? The 5ft 9in model, who is rumoured to be dating Lewis Hamilton, often opens up about her rare condition, expressing she is more than just her skin
She said: 'I get comments that I am a leper. I control how my skin changes, I bleach my skin, my skin's burned. None of those are true.
'If one day I'm all black I'm still a model. If one day I'm all white I'm still a model. I am not my skin. I am a model with a skin condition.'
In another interview with Cosmopolitan magazine, she added: 'Kids called me a cow and mooed at me. I remember sitting by my window wishing upon the stars that my skin condition would go away.'
Winnie was scouted on Facebook and was quickly snapped up to star in a string of campaigns and music videos.
Her big break came when she starred on America's Next Top Model in 2014, when Tyra Banks said that Winnie's skin breaks down barriers of what is considered beautiful.
Winnie first spoke publicly about her skin condition in 2011 by posting a video to YouTube titled 'Vitiligo: A Skin Condition not a Life Changer'.
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