Emily Ratajkowski brings Y2K style to the VMAs 2023 red carpet in daring cutout dress

No one’s hotter than EmRata. 

Emily Ratajkowski showed some skin on the VMAs 2023 red carpet Tuesday, wearing a green cutout maxi dress that put her incredible abs front and center.

The top model, 32, sported a halter-style vintage Jean Paul Gaultier dress with sheer green material that wrapped around her breasts and under her belly with the skirt featuring a black, orange and green pattern and showing off her exposed thong.

The daring dress also crisscrossed around her back, leaving plenty of skin on show.

Ratajkowski — who is set to present at the awards — accessorized with another throwback look, carrying a tiny Fendi baguette bag.

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She wore her hair in bouncy curls.
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Her dress featured an open back and printed bottom.

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EmRata added strappy heels to her vintage outfit.

The “My Body” author wore her hair with curtain bangs and soft curls and rocked a bronzed makeup look including a nude lip and smokey eye.

Ratajkowski always makes a mark on the red carpet, whether she’s wearing a bra as a shirt, freeing the nipple in a stunning sheer gown or debuting blunt bangs

The “High Low with EmRata” podcast host doesn’t only go sans shirt on the red carpet.

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Ratajkowski carried an early aughts-style Fendi baguette bag.
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EmRata famously posted plenty of thirst traps on Instagram this summer to support her swimwear line Inamorata Woman, baring her booty in a super high-cut thong bikini and opting for a crocheted seashell bikini for a “Little Mermaid” twist. 

The “Gone Girl” actress also became an unexpected street style star this summer with her fashionable dog walking ensembles.

Ratajkowski looks equally good whether she’s on the red carpet or walking her dog.

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