She certainly knows how to get her 10 million Instagram followers talking, and now Tammy Hembrow has done it again by posting a racy video showing off a new bikini design.
The model and influencer has turned her hand to swimwear design unveiling a bikini she’s created for her clothing brand, Saski Collection.
“@saskicollection SWIM. U asked for it so now isssss cominggggg,” she wrote alongside the clip.
Not leaving much to the imagination, Tammy flashed a lot of underboob in the outfit - which means she is definitely on trend for 2019 bikinis.
But others also questioned the comfort of the matching high-waisted bottoms.
“Pretty but why is the bikini so high up?” was one comment.
“I was literally thinking the same. It looks like she has a wedgie,” another agreed.
Naked swimsuit shocks fans
Last month Tammy wore another swimsuit that completely shocked fans online - it was basically the naked swimsuit to end all naked swimsuits.
“For the sun lovers,” she captioned the two extremely racy images posted online.
But the look was slammed by many people online as “soft porn”.
Despite its lack of material the Minimale Animale Splendor swimsuit costs a whopping $195 AUD and honestly, the back again just hurts to look at.
So much so that it even comes with a warning: “This item cannot be returned”.
See-through bikinis dominating swimwear trends
The trend in bikinis is clear - less is more.
Cult Gaia’s collaboration with Brazilian luxury label Adriana Degreas for example, has become a favourite among celebs - with Jada Pinkett Smith and Camila Coelho rocking the daring looks.
The brand previously made headlines with a see-through bikini top that ‘censors’ the wearer’s nipples with an in-built black bar is raising more than a few eyebrows online.
The x-rated Shalese Bikini will set you back a cool $842.
Back in October, another model’s look on social media also got some shoppers talking.
The Rose Tan Velvet Toggle Triangle Bikini top and bottom by Pretty Little Thing had some wondering whether the design would hold up to any kind of swimming, let alone movement.
“If she jumps it's game over,” one person commented.
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