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Kate Thomas for MailOnline

She’s used to displaying her incredible figure in lingerie on the Victoria’s Secret catwalk.

So Adriana Lima was in her element as she strutted through Times Square in New York City on Friday, turning heads as she joined her fellow supermodels for a star-studded Vogue magazine shoot.

The 34-year-old beauty kept covered up in a fur-trimmed coat, while showcasing her endless legs in a crop top and hot pants as she posed for esteemed photographer Peter Lindbergh. 

In her element: Supermodel Adriana Lima turned heads as she strutted through Times Square in New York City on Friday, while shooting a Vogue editorial spread 

In her element: Supermodel Adriana Lima turned heads as she strutted through Times Square in New York City on Friday, while shooting a Vogue editorial spread 

Adriana’s long and shapely legs were on full display in the tiny, high-rIse shorts, which boasted a cable knit style.

The Brazilian bombshell’s high fashion look was set off with a grey mixed wool coat with a fur collar and matching sleeves.

The winter chic ensemble was completed by black leather brogues and statement gold buttons.

Glamorous: The Brazilian bombshell's high fashion look was completed with a grey mixed wool coat with a fur collar and matching sleeves

Glamorous: The Brazilian bombshell’s high fashion look was completed with a grey mixed wool coat with a fur collar and matching sleeves

Winter chic: The 34-year-old beauty's outfit was set off by black leather brogues and statement gold buttons
Winter chic: The 34-year-old beauty's outfit was set off by black leather brogues and statement gold buttons

Winter chic: The 34-year-old beauty’s outfit was set off by black leather brogues and statement gold buttons

Adriana’s hair and make-up was pared back for the shoot, with a hint of bronzer highlighting her cheekbones and her brunette tresses scraped back in a loose bun. 

The striking star was joined by top industry names Milla Jovovich, Eva Herzigova, Carolyn Murphy, Isabeli Fontana and Liya Kebede on the photoshoot. 

The catwalk sensation’s outing comes after she confessed she’d love to try her luck at acting and wants to star in a Tarantino film.

Striking: Adriana's hair and make-up was pared back for the shoot, with a hint of bronzer highlighting her cheekbones and her brunette tresses scraped back in a loose bun

Striking: Adriana’s hair and make-up was pared back for the shoot, with a hint of bronzer highlighting her cheekbones and her brunette tresses scraped back in a loose bun

Toned physique: The catwalk sensation showcased her slender figure in her high-rise shorts and crop top

Toned physique: The catwalk sensation showcased her slender figure in her high-rise shorts and crop top

Going incognito: Despite having a supermodel in their midst, Adriana managed to pass unnoticed in NYC 

Going incognito: Despite having a supermodel in their midst, Adriana managed to pass unnoticed in NYC 

New direction: The model's outing comes after she confessed she'd love to try her luck at acting and wants to star in a Tarantino film

New direction: The model’s outing comes after she confessed she’d love to try her luck at acting and wants to star in a Tarantino film

Adriana revealed her secret dream while chatting with The New York Post’s Page Six at the Fragrance Foundation Awards in New York City on Tuesday.

‘My dream role is with Quentin Tarantino,’ the Victoria’s Secret Angel confessed, adding: ‘Fingers crossed.’

But the mother of Valentina, six, and Sienna, three – with ex-husband Marko Jaric – noted: ‘I haven’t had a chance to tell him that directly.’

Legs for days: The Brazilian bombshell made the most of her long and lean legs in the wool separates
Legs for days: The Brazilian bombshell made the most of her long and lean legs in the wool separates

Legs for days: The Brazilian bombshell made the most of her long and lean legs in the wool separates

Strutting her stuff: The brunette was in her element as she sashayed around Times Square 

Strutting her stuff: The brunette was in her element as she sashayed around Times Square 

Adriana is planning to audition for more roles and hopes that directors will start to notice her.

The Brazilian beauty added to the newspaper: ‘I’m just waiting for someone to see me. I’m like, ‘Hello, I’m here.”  

The runway model has tried her hand at acting in the past with a role in 2001 movie The Follow opposite Mickey Rourke.

She has also played herself with TV appearances on shows How I Met Your Mother, The Crazy Ones, and Ugly Betty. 

Here come the girls: Adriana was joined by top industry names Milla Jovovich, Eva Herzigova, Carolyn Murphy, Isabeli Fontana and Liya Kebede on the photoshoot

Here come the girls: Adriana was joined by top industry names Milla Jovovich, Eva Herzigova, Carolyn Murphy, Isabeli Fontana and Liya Kebede on the photoshoot

Add a menswear inspired tux jacket to your wardrobe

There’s nothing more stylish than a beautiful woman in an androgynous outfit so Adriana is knocking it out of the park in this trouser suit.

We love the mix of the masculine and feminine and while this might be a bit John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever, it’s a fantastic look on the model. Worn with nothing but her lingerie underneath this is a sexy way to borrow from the boys.

And we love the bright white with contrasting lapel and pocket detail. Sadly this suit from Gucci is not available yet since it’s from the Fall 2016 collection!

Click (right) to check out the Gucci website for more details. Or get the look for less with one of the tux jackets we’ve found elsewhere. From IRO to Gucci there’s one for every budget, but we love Joe’s Jean’s leather take on the trend.

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Silver screen ambitions: Adriana is planning to audition for more roles and hopes that directors will start to notice her

Silver screen ambitions: Adriana is planning to audition for more roles and hopes that directors will start to notice her

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