Emily Ratajkowski seems to have crafted the perfect antidote to the sweltering New York Fashion Week heat wave, showcasing a wardrobe that elegantly combines comfort with style. As many succumb to the stifling heat, draped in autumnal sweaters and jackets, EmRata strides with grace, embracing the sun in her hallmark translucent dresses and lace-up sandals.
This Friday, she redefined cool and sultry, making a statement at The Daily Front Row’s prestigious Fashion Media Awards held in the luminous Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center, NYC. The supermodel graced the event in a sensual two-piece outfit that captured both the glitz of the evening and the necessity of the moment. Her ensemble featured a frilled, off-shoulder crop top, adorned with a delicate bow at her chest, teasing a glimpse of her toned midriff. This chic top was paired perfectly with a complementary low-rise tulle skirt that flirted with the boundaries of eveningwear. To complete her captivating look, she opted for a matching black leather purse and glossy, pointed-toe stilettos embellished with golden ankle chains.
She wore her rich brunette tresses loose, styled in a sleek middle parting with her cascading curtain bangs swept elegantly to the sides. Her makeup palette celebrated natural hues, boasting a nude lip, a hint of bronze to highlight her radiant skin, and sultry, smoky eye makeup that added a touch of drama to her look.
During the glitzy affair, Emily’s flair for meaningful conversation was acknowledged as she bagged the Best Podcast award for her insightful “High Low with EmRata” podcast. Earlier this year, she discussed her motivation to venture into the podcast sphere, a platform that allowed her to express her fervent views on subjects close to her heart.
“Initially, the thought of starting a podcast seemed a bit mainstream since it felt like every celebrity was hosting one,” Emily shared with Forbes. “Honestly, I wasn’t fully aware of the podcasting landscape. My younger years were filled with the narratives from This American Life and NPR during long drives from San Diego to LA. However, penning my book ‘My Body’ changed my perspective. It felt like a podcast would be a seamless transition, a continuation of the conversation that the book initiates,” she reflected, mapping her journey from hesitant beginnings to an award-winning podcast host.