On Wednesday, the always boisterous starlet was back at it again, only this time she made her presence felt while working the BOSS SS23 Runway Show at One Herald Plaza in Miami, Florida.
Oozing confidence and sex appeal, Thorne hit the runway in a light brown ensemble, consisting of baggy pants and a matching shoulder-less top that helped showcase her ample cleavage.
She also wore a pair of pointed tan heels, and heaping on the accessories with several necklaces and rings.
Rounding out her overall look, the former Disney Channel star, now 25, had her long dyed red tresses pulled up off her face and into a stylish top bun.
Working her magic: Bella Thorne, 25, hit the stage for the BOSS SS23 Runway Show at One Herald Plaza in Miami, Florida on Wednesday in a light brown ensemble
While on the stage, the former Shake It Up star did her best to showcase the ensemble with her hot and heavy attitude, which including running her fingers along the waistline of the pant that appeared to have one button undone.
The Pembroke Pines, Florida native has been focusing a lot of her attention to her acting career of late, starring in three new films currently in post-production.
In the new sci-fi film Divinity, Thorne stars alongside the likes of Stephen Dorff, Scott Bakula, Moises Arias, Karrueche Tran and Jason Genao, among many others.
The thriller, which made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah this past January, has not gotten a set wide release date.
Thorne also stars with Aaron Eckhart and Marianne Jean-Baptiste in Rumble Through The Dark, the latest film from directing duo Graham and Parker Phillips
Written by Michael Farris Smith, who also penned the acclaimed novel The Fighter, on which the film is based, the story follows an aged bare-knuckle fighter seeking to repay his debts in a final attempt to salvage the home of his dying foster mother.
The last of Thorne’s three films in post-production is Saint Clare, a comedy horror-thriller directed by Mitzi Peirone that also includes Ryan Phillippe, Rebecca De Mornay, Frank Whaley in the cast.
Thorne has also been apart of the ensemble cast for the musical drama series Paradise City, which acts as a continuation to Ash Avildsen’s Amazon Prime Video American Satan.
Strutting her stuff: The actress, singer and writer hit the runway for Hugo Boss in light brown baggy pants and a matching shoulder-less top that helped showcase her ample cleavage
Flirty: At times, Thorne showed off her sexy side by touching herself along the waistline of her pants, which had one button undone
Added touches: The former Disney Channel star also donned a pair of matching tan heels, and had her dyed red tresses pulled up into a stylish top bun
Face of brand: The Florida native has been hitting runways for Hugo Boss in the recent past, including at Milan Fashion Week last September
The series, which premiered on March 2021, also stars Andy Biersack, Ben Bruce, James Cassells, Booboo Stewart, Mark Boone Junior, Drea de Matteo, Ryan Hurst, Fairuza Balk, Perrey Reeves, Brooke Lyons, Rhys Coiro, Olivia Culpo, Amanda Steele and Cameron Boyce, in his final role before his sudden and tragic death at the age of just 20.
So far, there’s no word on when season two of Paradise City will be released.
Thorne’s first film appearance was an uncredited role as a sidelines fan in the 2003 film Stuck on You (2003), which led to such film and television projects like Entourage, The O.C., the short-lived drama series My Own Worst Enemy, and season four of the HBO hit Big Love.
Her Hollywood resume also includes Blended (2014), Alvin And The Chipmunks: The Road Chip (2015), Amityville: The Awakening (2017), Midnight Sun (2018), Chick Fight (2020) and Time Is Up (2021).
Cup of joe: Thorne also took to her Instagram page on Wednesday and showed herself fixing up a hot coffee treat, all while showcasing her burgundy nails and rings on her fingers
Selling it: Thorne could also be seen in promo mode for Roberto Cavalli sunglsses
In demand: The rising star actress has three new films currently in some phase of post-production, including Divinity, Rumble Through The Dark and Saint Clare