She’s never shied away from showing off her stunning physique on social media.
And Lori Harvey was at it again as she attended the premiere of the Netflix comedy Me Time in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Clad in a figure-hugging dress, Lori, 25, looked incredible showing off her toned arms on the red carpet.
Working it! Lori Harvey put her sculpted physique on display as she attended the premiere of the Netflix comedy Me Time in Los Angeles on Tuesday
Lori, who is the stepdaughter of Steve Harvey, looked jaw dropping on the red carpet.
At top, the hooded dress showed off a hint of sideboob and laced up along the neckline and back.
It extended into a silky white maxi dress with side slit.
She ramped up the glam factor with two chunky gold bracelets and thick hoop earrings.
Dropping jaws: At top, the hooded dress showed off a hint of sideboob and laced up along the neckline and back
Occasionally, she threw on her grey hoodie over her raven tresses.
But when she wasn’t working the top, she was showing off her beautifully slicked back hair which was styled with a dramatic center part.
Smokey eye shadow and lip gloss brought out her natural beauty.
Stunning: Smokey eye shadow and lip gloss brought out her natural beauty
Harvey has recently been focused on the growth of her skincare brand, SKN by LH.
The social media personality initially launched her company, which focuses on creating cosmetics for people with sensitive skin, last year.
She has since taken a hands-on approach to promoting her line and has appeared in several of its promotional materials.
Strike a pose: Harvey posed up a storm on the red carpet with her friend Khat Rabbani
The model spoke about working on SKN by LH during an interview with Teen Vogue, where she noted that her early days in the fashion world inspired her to create her own offerings.
‘I had makeup being constantly put on my face. My skin was just really going through it, and I was using so many different products to try to just get my skin back healthy and glowing,’ she stated.
Harvey went on to express that she wanted to create a line of offerings that would cater to people with sensitive skin.
‘I felt like there has got to be a simpler way for me to do this. I also felt like I wasn’t the only person that was going through this,’ she said.