Uncut Gems star Julia Fox is no stranger to wearing outrageous outfits, and she shocked New York Fashion Week fans with her latest look. The star, 33, opted to wear a black leather outfit which left very little to the imagination.
Her hooded crop top exposed the bottom of her breasts, with the long black sleeves turning into tight leather gloves. While her top was polarising, it was her maxi skirt really got people talking.
The front looked like a regular black skirt, but the back told a completely different story. There were two perfectly round cutouts on her behind, with a long horse tail hanging from the middle.
She clutched a small black bag, which was in the shape of a horse and also sported a small tail. She finished her look off with her signature dramatic winged liner and stiletto black boots.
Fans were divided over her racy fashion risk, with some pointing out that unique looks are encouraged during NYFW.
“Someone had to conceive the idea and carry it out before she wore it. That’s one strange outfit, but it fits in perfectly at fashion week,” one person said.
“No one is better at coming up with exciting & creative ways to expose their a** than Julia Fox, we worship,” another added.
“If she’s into fetish SNM [it’s] her choice! Sorry, [if] you like [it] or not, she rocks the look. Perfect body for it,” a third remarked.
“Good for her! Enjoy your body and wear whatever you want! You’re only young once!” another wrote.
On the other hand, there were plenty of people who criticised the star’s bizarre outfit.
“Indecent exposure, you should get arrested for walking around like that,” one claimed.
“What is wrong with people (especially celebrities!) and their choice of clothing?! Apparently they don’t realise (or don’t care) what the ‘normal’ person thinks of their ridiculous look!” another said.
“If she raised her arms, she’s going to have a wardrobe malfunction,” a third chimed in.
“She definitely deserves an award for the worst style,” another commented.
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