Emily Ratajkowski stuns in nearly naked fishnet dress
Supermodels by their very nature tend to be able to wear just about anything. From unusual creations on the catwalk to the latest trends when they're pounding the pavement, everything just works. Case-in-point: Emily Ratajkowski in a fishnet dress.
Ratajkowski, 31, donned the unusual dress at a star-studded bash for W magazine’s 50th anniversary party in New York on Wednesday evening.
Fresh from storming the runways at London, Paris and New York Fashion Weeks, the model wore a bejewelled netted full-length dress to the event, where she partied alongside fellow models Karlie Kloss and Christy Turlington.
The mother-of-one’s slender figure was on full show in the long-sleeved dress which completely showed her body beneath, save for a nude-coloured silk triangle bralette and knicker set.
She accessorised with a black leather handbag and added inches to her 5 ft 5in frame with a pair of strappy heels which were visible through the net-style dress.
The supermodel switched out her usual poker-straight locks for voluminous beachy waves, and finished her look with a sweep of copper eyeshadow and a nude lip.
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It comes after the Gone Girl star released a book entitled My Body, a series of essays on what it means to be a woman in the modern world.
Ratajkowski recently confirmed she is “newly single” following her split from husband Sebastian Bear-McClard.
The model confirmed she was single in a TikTok last month, having ended her four-year marriage to Bear-McClard in July following cheating allegations and told Variety that she is “enjoying her freedom”, despite rumours circulating that she's been dating Brad Pitt.
Ratajkowski often turns to barely there designs for big red-carpet events. From her Dundas dress with an exposed midriff and battle armour headpiece at the 2019 Met Gala, to her bandeau top and skirt two-piece at the Vanity Fair Oscars after party in 2020, EmRata has never been afraid to don a midriff-baring ensemble.