She is known for her high-profile appearances as a supermodel and as a Victoria’s Secret Angel.
And on Thursday morning, Candice Swanepoel showed off her runway-ready form by sharing a trio of sizzling snaps to her Instagram account and Story.
The 32-year-old supermodel was pictured wearing an outfit from her own swimwear company, Tropic of C, which she initially launched in 2018.
Showing it off: Candice Swanepoel shared three sizzling snaps to her Instagram account and Story on Thursday morning
Swanepoel wore a black Rio bikini top that exposed her placed her toned arms and tummy on full display for her 15.2 million Instagram followers.
She paired her top with a matching bottom, which placed an emphasis on her curvy hips and beautifully tanned thighs.
The South African’s gorgeous blonde hair cascaded onto her shoulders and backside during the scorching photoshoot.
The fashion industry icon accessorized with a single gold armband and a pair of matching hoop earrings while giving her best looks to the camera.
Keeping it simple: The South African wore a revealing black bikini top and a matching bottom during the scorching photoshoot
All her own: The clothing articles came from Swanepoel’s own swimwear line, Tropic of C, which she initially launched in 2018
Swanepoel’s final shot placed her rear end on full view for her millions of followers.
Both of her articles of clothing were from her Tropic of C swimwear line, which she established several years ago.
When coming up with the vision for the brand, the supermodel made a point of emphasizing the use of environmentally-conscious fabrics in both her products and their packaging.
Solid vision: Swanepoel has made a point of incorporating eco-friendly practices into the manufacturing of Tropic of C’s products
During an interview with Daily Front Row, the runway fixture spoke about how she wanted her company to set a standard for eco-friendly businesses despite the challenges she expected to face in the field.
‘In general, with everything I do, I like to try my best to be as ethical as possible. Obviously it’s hard to be 100 percent, especially in the swim industry,’ she said.
Swanepoel went on to note that her company was still actively looking for ways to reduce its carbon footprint and that they were committed to doing so in the future.
Not messing around: During an interview, the supermodel expressed that she tries her best ‘to be as ethical as possible’ when figuring out how her brand’s products are going to be made
‘Right now we’re using about 70 percent recycled materials and still researching. A lot of the fabrics actually work better than new fabrics we sourced so it’s not like we are giving anything up,’ she expressed.
The designer went on to detail her vision for Tropic of C’s future and remarked that her experience in the non-creative sides of her company has prepared her for its future.
‘I would love to make it into a lifestyle brand and constitute to incorporate new elements and learn new things. I’ve already learned so much just being on the back end of the business,’ Swanepoel said.
Branching out: Swanepoel also noted that she wants to add more lifestyle elements to her brand as it moves into the future