Julia Fox may not be strutting down the runway, but she’s making New York Fashion Week her catwalk.
The actress opted for a bridal-inspired look when she stepped out in Manhattan for the Wiederhoeft show Tuesday.
Fox, 33, wore an ultra-short dress with an embroidered, fitted bodice, a full skirt and large bow detailing around the waist.
She paired the strapless outfit, with sky-high, strappy white pumps and dramatic opera gloves.
The “Uncut Gems” star finished the look with a sparkling silver ring, a tiny white purse mimicking a bouquet of flowers, and an over-the-top floor length veil.
The sheer accessory even featured a fluffy, ruffled hem that reached the ground as she walked.
It marked the latest outfit in a string of wacky ensembles worn by Fox over the past week.
The Victoria’s Secret model, who previously donned an itty-bitty metal bikini and an outfit made entirely of watches, said “women lost their lives” so she could be nearly naked in public.
“The amount of negative feedback was really crazy. People want women to behave and be covered up like you’re in ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ or something,” she told the Post last week, referencing her revealing NYFW looks.
“I wanted to go ‘boom’ after being asleep all summer. Just come back — I’m back, ‘I’m here.’ I didn’t expect for it to really go so nuts,” Fox continued.
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“A lot of times when people get dressed, they’re thinking, ‘will other people like it?’ And I’m always just thinking, ‘Do I like it?’ I have to think it’s cool and then I don’t really give a s–t what other people think.’”
As for her favorite look so far, Fox said she loved the silver two-piece she wore to the PrettyLittleThing runway show.
“We had some moments where the chain popped off but it was easy to fix,” she said of the tiny pieces of metal covering her private parts.
She also joked that she “got in trouble” with internet trolls for the daring look.
“There were a lot of haters, being like, ‘This is unacceptable. This is setting such a bad example.’ But, it’s like, ‘Why?’ It’s just my body,” Fox told Entertainment Tonight.
“Is my body, like, ugly? Is my body a crime?” she went on.
“Did my body slap your grandma? The way that they were acting, it was like, ‘What the heck!’”