Tahnee Atkinson looks effortlessly stylish in cut-out bodycon dress at Australian Fashion Week
Tahnee Atkinson cemented her sartorial credentials as she stepped out in a perennial wardrobe winner to Mercedes-Benz Australian Fashion Week on Thursday.
The former winner of Australia’s Next Top Model looked effortlessly stylish in an all-black ensemble as she attended the Ten Pieces show at Bondi Icebergs in Sydney.
The 27-year-old exuded glamour in a cut-out bodycon dress and a pair of retro rectangle sunglasses as she posed alongside the iconic emptied ocean bath.
Black to basics! Tahnee Atkinson (pictured) looked effortlessly stylish in cut-out bodycon dress and retro rectangle sunglasses at Australian Fashion Week event
Tahnee paraded her killer calves in a pair of 90s-inspired high heel sandals.
She continued to show off her flair for fashion as she opted for understated accessories, including a gold disk pendant necklace and gilded charm bracelets.
She also drew attention to her trim, taut and terrific waist in the cut-out number as she posed with one hand on her hip.
Bondi babe! The 27-year-old exuded glamour in a cut-out bodycon dress and a pair of retro rectangle sunglasses as she posed alongside the iconic Sydney beach
The statement-making shade looked even more alluring against Tahnee’s luscious raven locks, which fell softly over her shoulders.
Tahnee has been a red carpet regular at this year’s MBFWA.
She was the picture of sophistication as she arrived at the Bondi Born runway show on Tuesday in a white button-up blouse and skirt.
Taut-al babe! She also drew attention to her trim, taut and terrific waist in the cut-out number as she posed with one hand on her hip at Bondi Icebergs on Thursday
Tahnee recently spoke bravely about body image and why women should embrace their curves.
‘It is important to embrace your shape, whether you have a bigger bust like me or no bust,’ she told The Daily Telegraph last year.
‘I am known for my curves,’ she added.
Despite being regarded as one of Australia’s most striking models, the runway star has previously battled with body insecurities.
In 2015, she confessed: ‘I was quite late to get boobs and I kept getting bigger and bigger. Being a DD scared me.
‘I used to wear smaller bras because I refused to believe I was a DD and now, I’ve learnt it’s all about having the right fit.’
Tahnee won the fifth cycle of Australia’s Next Top Model in 2009.
Model behaviour: Tahnee won the fifth cycle of Australia’s Next Top Model in 2009
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