Kylie Jenner's best friend, Anastasia 'Stassie' Karanikolaou, appeared on social media in sultry new photos and had all her followers commenting on her revealing look.
The 25-year-old influencer soaked in a bathtub, teasing her cleavage in sultry, closeup images, Daily Mail reported.
The YouTube captioned the trio of snapshots, 'monday blues,' and tagged Playboy and Playboy Centerfold.
Stassie pulled her brunette hair into a casual updo, securing the locks with a tortoiseshell clip.
Her hair was parted at the center and her face-framing bangs fell around her face as she gave the camera her best model pout.
Karanikolaou looked stunning in the images, posing without makeup and letting her natural beauty shine.
She skipped earrings but wore two chains around her neck, one of which had a chunky cross pendant.
Anastasia showed off tan lines on her chest, as well as a small script tattoo near her collarbone.
There were small white bubbles in the water as she shared a photo of her bare legs with her 10.9 million followers.
The public figure put on a sexy display as she flashed extra long, square-shaped, bright red nails.
She was smoldering as she stared seductively into the camera with her piercing eyes.
Days earlier the Greek beauty blessed her fans with a set of photos showing her figure as she modeled lacy lavender-colored lingerie.
She promoted the brand Lounge in the post, writing in the caption: 'don’t miss out on @loungeunderwear black friday sale.'
In the photo set she wrapped a white towel around her dark mane and stood on the deck of a tropical villa.
Karanikolaou flaunted her enviable figure, exposing her flat abs and eye-popping curves in the two-piece.
In a recent interview with Capitol File, Anastasia spoke about the inspiration behind her home decor line Stassie by Anastasia Karanikolaou.
The content creator noted she was inspired by her 'love of minimalistic yet sophisticated design, which is simple and light, yet beautiful.'
Karanikolaou said she started working on the brand at the start of the pandemic. 'During the pandemic when we were all spending our time at home, I found myself trying out new decor styles and textures to see what I really loved.'