Emily Ratajkowski Just Reimagined the LBD in a Bouncy Viscose Dress

Easy, breezy.

Emily Ratajkowski has been booked and busy. Between wearing a completely see-through lace dress during New York Fashion Week and a totally tubular sweater dress at the US Open, the model has been churning out fit after casually cool 'fit. And now, she took one of the most beloved wardrobe staples, ever, and turned it into a sexy, flirty revival.

<p>Giovanni Giannoni/WWD via Getty Images</p>

Giovanni Giannoni/WWD via Getty Images

On Monday, EmRata walked in Tory Burch’s Spring 2024 Ready-To-Wear runway show at the American Museum of Natural History during fashion week in a reimagined LBD like we've never seen before. She modeled a slinky black mini dress that featured a netted viscose off-the-shoulder top and a sheer flared skirt with bouncy hems. She teamed her LBD with a pair of clear heels with a cream-toe accent.

<p>Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for Tory Burch</p>

Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for Tory Burch

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She finished her look by styling her "glazed amber" hair in a slicked-back low ponytail adorned with a diamond-encrusted hair tie cuff, and she sported a barely-there makeup look comprised of a dewy complexion with glossy lips.

EmRata's outing comes shortly after she took home the Best Podcast award for her High Low with EmRata podcast at The Daily Front Row's annual Fashion Media Awards. For the event, she slipped into a frilly, off-the-shoulder long-sleeve crop top, which she paired with a matching low-rise ruffled skirt. A coordinating black leather handbag and patent leather pointed-toe heels with gold chains rounded out her evening look.



“Before I was working on the book [My Body], people had approached me about doing a podcast,” Ratajkowski told Forbes. “I was sort of like ‘Oh god, every celebrity seems to have a podcast.’ I didn’t understand the business of podcasting. I grew up listening to This American Life and NPR because that was what would keep me awake when I was commuting from San Diego to LA and driving myself when I was a teenager. Then when I was writing my book, I realized that once this book is going to be out in the world, [the podcast] just felt like a natural evolution.”

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