Her boyfriend's basketball team Lakers won their 17th NBA Championship during a fierce game against Miami Heat on Sunday.
And Winnie Harlow helped Kyle Kuzma and his teammates celebrate with a group dinner at Nobu Malibu on Wednesday evening.
The supermodel, 26, turned heads in a nude jumpsuit as she held onto the arms of her hunky sportsman partner, 25.
Accentuating her toned curves, the catwalk queen stunned in the velvet one-piece which she styled with a faux fur jacket.
The former ANTM contestant amped up the glamour as she carried her essentials in a designer cream handbag, while rounding things off with a pair of silver hooped earrings.
With her tresses styled into a half up half down 'do, Winnie, real name Chantelle Whitney Brown-Young, highlighted her stunning features with dewy make-up.
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She's famous for her signature street style, and Winnie didn't disappoint this week.
The model of the moment opted for a dramatic jumpsuit from Bad Society Club for the occasion. The label has a fast-growing fan base that also happens to include singer Mabel.
We love the flattering contour design, and the glamorous plunge neckline. The ruched bum is super flattering, and the halterneck design adds a cool 90s-inspired touch to the piece!
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The Canadian beauty and her man were joined by sports icon LeBron James, who was accompanied by his gorgeous wife Savannah.
Ohio native LeBron, 35, let his hair down as he held up a bottle of alcohol before heading into his car.
The award-winning basketball player stood out in a burgundy graphic T-shirt, which he styled with a brown cap worn backwards.
The 74th season of the NBA began in October last year and originally supposed to end on April 15, 2020, but because of COVID-19, the season was suspended on March 11.
The season was restarted on July 20 with 22 teams playing an additional eight regular season games to determine playoff seeding, with 16 advancing to the playoffs.
The season resumed in the NBA Bubble, which was the isolation zone at Walt Disney World in Bay Lake, Florida.
Players and team personnel arrived to the bubble on July 7, over two weeks before the season restarted and before that, they were required to quarantine at home when not training or doing an essentials activities that they approved in a booklet the NBA provided, according to Popular Mechanics magazine.
They were also tested two weeks prior to entering the bubble and not allowed to play with their teammates during that time.
All of the games were held behind closed doors at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex with no fans in attendance and all the players and team personnel staying at Disney World hotels.
During the entire duration of the NBA Bubble, no cases of COVID-19 occurred; family of players and only close long-standing friends were allowed to enter the bubble on August 31 but the league had strict protocols in place for them as well. The NBA Finals took place from September 20-October 11.
The win marked LeBron's fourth title and his first since signing in LA in 2018. It's also first-year coach Frank Vogel's first NBA crown.
The NBA is ending a turbulent season that began in October of 2019 when Rockets GM Daryl Morey tweeted support for protestors in Hong Kong, creating a rift with China, one of the league's largest markets.
China's CCTV announced last Friday it would air Game 5 - the first time that the NBA would appear on the network since the rift began. Although Morey apologized for the tweet, he was never punished by the NBA.