A curvaceous 22-year-old Russian model is kicking up a storm with her latest pictures proving she has a 'flare' for fashion.

Anastasia Kvitko - dubbed the Russian Kardashian in her homeland - loves to experiment... as her crazy bell-bottoms experiment shows.


The black-and-white trousers sent her countrymen into a frenzy - even more than her last fashion escapade.


Just two months ago Anastasia appeared in cyberspace wearing ripped jeans - a video that quickly went viral.


But while most were favourable of the latest saucy-sailor look, some were not so sure.


Netizen ‘jennbunnjenn’ commented: "Yeah, that cannot be natural."


‘flawlesselect’ commented: "Fake body!"


Anastasia Kvitko often brings joy to her followers with the snaps of herself in hot swimsuits that perfectly outline her unique curves.


Anastasia was raised in western Russia’s Kaliningrad Oblast region.


She has amassed a staggering 5.1 million followers on social media thanks to the incredible figure she frequently flaunts on the site in a series of skimpy outfits and swimsuits.


She is now famed for her 38-25-42 figure, after being turned down by a series of modelling agencies who she claims told her she was "too fat".


Instead of vowing to lose her curves, Anastasia has turned them into her trademark.


The star says that her figure is completely natural and down to a strict diet and exercise regime.


She said: "When I was a child I was into athletics, and now I just try to stay fit and go to the gym four times a week.


"I don’t eat meat and chicken, I avoid fast food and choose a healthy diet.


"It is not hard to find organic food shops in the USA. And I do not use photoshop.


"This is what makes me different to many other Instagram celebrities and beauties.


"I keep posting full length photos so my fans can see that I look exactly like in my photos."


She has now moved to LA where she has become the face of a new swimwear collection for US brand Eliya Cioccolato.

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