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Nathalie Kelly shows off her sensational figure in a skimpy bikini at Burning Man

Aussie actress Nathalie Kelly flaunted her stunning figure as she stripped down to a bikini at Burning Man this week

Aussie actress Nathalie Kelly flaunted her stunning figure as she stripped down to a bikini at Burning Man this week.

The Dynasty star, 37, caused a storm in a multicolored bikini with pink highlights and a dark orange dress at the annual Nevada festival.

Showing off her natural beauty, the Peruvian-born siren opted for minimal makeup, tying her brunette tresses into a low bun and adding a touch of bohemian glam with feather earrings.

Aussie actress Nathalie Kelly flaunted her stunning figure as she stripped down to a bikini at Burning Man this week

Aussie actress Nathalie Kelly flaunted her stunning figure as she stripped down to a bikini at Burning Man this week

She later changed into a bright red bikini and wore a huge oversized hat on her back as she walked through the dessert.

Nathalie has increased her height in towering wedges and accessorized with dozens of feathers and pom poms.

In the blink of an eye, she put her arms around an equally chic group of friends, with the caption calling the group “in love”.

Showing off her natural beauty, the Peruvian-born siren opted for minimal makeup, tying her brunette tresses into a low bun and adding a touch of bohemian glam with feather earrings

Showing off her natural beauty, the Peruvian-born siren opted for minimal makeup, tying her brunette tresses into a low bun and adding a touch of bohemian glam with feather earrings

Burning Man is a 36-year-old tradition that welcomes self-expression to help “connect each individual to their creative powers,” according to the festival’s mission.

The week-long event started on August 28 and will run until September 5 as thousands of people attended the festival known for its music and sex offerings.

This year’s theme – dubbed a “temporary metropolis dedicated to community, art, self-expression and self-reliance” is “Waking Dreams”.

Nathalie's appearance comes after she issued a stern warning about the dangers of wearing the

Nathalie’s appearance comes after she issued a stark warning about the dangers of wearing ‘indigenous fashion’ at music festivals

Burning Man is also known for its art installations, which this year feature a dragon and bear-shaped containers of honey.

Event launchers eagerly announced the event after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“After a long blur of pandemic insomnia, drifting between sleep and walking, it’s time to start imagining the future again. After several long years, we are coming home.

Nathalie’s appearance comes after she issued a stark warning about the dangers of wearing ‘indigenous fashion’ at music festivals

Nathalie, who is of Peruvian and Argentine descent and identifies as an indigenous woman, shared a lengthy Instagram post on Tuesday insisting that feathers have no place at festivals such as Burning Man.

Nathalie, who is of Peruvian and Argentine descent and identifies as an indigenous woman, shared a lengthy Instagram post on Tuesday insisting that feathers have no place at festivals such as Burning Man.

The actress, who is of Peruvian and Argentinian descent and identifies as an indigenous woman, shared a lengthy Instagram post in August, insisting feathers have no place at festivals such as Burning Man.

The 37-year-old began her post by highlighting the environmental impact of wearing feathers, writing: ‘This is wrong and harmful as it is driving wildlife species in the Amazon to extinction.’

The star went on to say that non-Indigenous people should never wear feathers, saying it’s “culturally insensitive” to dress up as “people who are murdered and dispossessed of their land”.

His post was accompanied by an infographic on how wearing animal parts has put the Amazon rainforest at risk of losing its biodiversity

His post was accompanied by an infographic on how wearing animal parts has put the Amazon rainforest at risk of losing its biodiversity

“This fetishization of Indigenous fashion and culture as a trend by non-Indigenous people rubs salt on the wounds of this painful history and pokes fun at the very real threats Indigenous people still face today,” wrote the Instagram model.

“I too have had my share of dressing in feathers in the past, and even though they weren’t from Amazonian birds, I cringe now to think of the level of unconscious disrespect implicit in these past decisions,” she continued.

The Vampire Diaries star admitted that, despite her indigenous background, she only recently recognized her “indigenous ally” and therefore understands “there is a level of grace for those who really don’t know better”.

“But if you’re reading this – then now you know,” she added.

“So if you’re packing for Burning Man or another festival, please leave the feather headdress at home,” she wrote, adding, “Your festival mode is not worth the moral, spiritual and environmental impact it causes.”

Nathalie’s post was accompanied by an infographic on how wearing animal parts has put the Amazon rainforest at risk of losing its biodiversity.

Nathalie was born in Peru and raised in Sydney, Australia by her Indigenous mother and grandmother.

The star went on to say that non-natives should never wear feathers, saying it's

The star went on to say that non-Indigenous people should never wear feathers, saying it’s “culturally insensitive” to dress up as “people who are murdered and dispossessed of their land.”

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