It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
Never is Julia Fox more in her element than during New York Fashion Week, and the NYC-born star made yet another head-turning appearance this week as she sported a sexy look crafted out of watches Wednesday night.
Fox was right on time for a Pandora event celebrating the brand’s lab-grown diamonds, strutting the red carpet in what looked like a black micro miniskirt covered in watches — but was actually an apron of sorts, with the completely open back fastening at her waist and revealing her entire backside (including black tights with rips at the booty).
She paired the bottom, which was covered in an array of black and silver watches, with a matching bandeau top, both from Hodakova.
Wearing a shirt made only from watches seemed to present a bit of a problem for the model, who revealed the tops of her nipples as she posed on the streets of New York ahead of the event.
She carried a coordinating black-and-silver purse ($2,200) from Hodakova, although the black leather piece was crafted from upcycled belts rather than watches, which is a familiar look for the fashion-forward actress; in February, Fox hit Milan Fashion Week in a Diesel miniskirt and bra top made from the brand’s belts.
While the runway star has been wearing her hair in a dyed red style in recent days, she debuted a long black look with a mullet top for the Pandora party.
The former dominatrix joined famous faces like Pamela Anderson — who stars in Pandora’s new ad campaign — along with Halle Bailey and other stars at the jeweler’s pre-NYFW party Wednesday.
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Earlier this week, Fox made an even wilder style statement as she attended the Naomi Campbell x PrettyLittleThing runway show in a barely-there silver bodysuit from Seks, with the tiny creation barely covering her breasts and private parts.
She went a bit more “tame” by her own standards at the Victoria’s Secret World Fashion Show red carpet on Wednesday night as well, telling Entertainment Tonight that she chose the mullet hair style because it represents New York Fashion Week. That is, “business in the front, party in the back,” of course.
There’s plenty of time left for Fox to rock some of her signature bold looks as NYFW continues through September 13.
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