Samantha Harris has been in the fashion industry for fifteen years.
So it’s no surprise that she looked stylish and stunning at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week on Wednesday.
The 30-year-old turned heads in a cream shirt and matching pants at the First Nations Fashion + Design show.
Strike a pose! Samantha Harris looked stylish and stunning at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week on Wednesday
She wore nude heels and carried a brown leather clutch.
The former Vogue cover girl posed up a storm with some other celebrities at the event, including singer Jessica Mauboy.
Julie Bishop also attended the show, but it’s unclear if she crossed paths with Samantha or not.
Stepping out: The 30-year-old turned heads in a cream shirt and matching pants at the First Nations Fashion + Design show
Samantha has been attending a number of events at Australian Fashion Week since the festivities kicked off.
In an interview with Channel Seven last year, the indigenous beauty explained: ‘I still can’t believe that I’ve been singled out about my culture and my race.
‘I’ve been told that I’m a token Aboriginal model, and that I’m only a model because I’m Aboriginal,’ she said.
Celebrity: The former Vogue cover girl posed up a storm with some other celebrities at the event, including singer Jessica Mauboy
Sam added: ‘Racism is still very loud and dominant in the country and in the world. It’s heartbreaking that it’s still happening to this day.
‘It’s 2020 – why is racism still happening? It just breaks my heart. It has affected me and it really upsets me that it’s still happening.
‘This happened to my mum when she was growing up. For people to single you out, and single a race out, it’s not right.
Three’s a crowd! Samantha and Jessica posed with another attendee at the event
Fashion: The 30-year-old and some other models at the event posed together
‘There is one race, the human race, that’s what I like to say’, she concluded.
Samantha became a household name after she won the Girlfriend Model Search at the age of 13.
By the age of 18, she became the the second Indigenous model to ever appear on the cover of Vogue.
Hip: Samantha stood with her hand on her hip and posed for photographers