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15 of Emily Ratajkowski’s most daring outfits, ranked from least to most sexy and stylish

Model Emily Ratajkowski recently made headlines for discussing her “most controversial” dress.

Ratajkowski, 31, is known for her eye-catching, bold fashion and style.
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Here’s a ranking of Ratajkowski’s most daring outfits.

Emily Ratajkowski always looks stunning, but the multi-patterned ensemble she wore to the GQ Australia Man of the Year Awards in November 2018 was a bit disjointed.



According to GQ Australia, Ratajkowski arrived at the event wearing a checkered turtleneck – unbuttoned halfway down – and a layered skirt designed by Paco Rabanne.



While mixing patterns can be dynamic, in this case, it’s a bit distracting. Ratajkowski had minimal accessories and makeup, likely to let the outfit speak for itself.



Textured fabric can complete a look, but the sheer gown Ratajkowski wore to celebrate W Magazine’s 50th anniversary in October 2022 felt underwhelming.



Let’s be clear: Ratajkowski could walk out of her home in a paper bag and look incredible, so this outfit is no expectation for her.

However, considering all the fashion risks Ratajkowski has taken over the years, she could have done more with this bikini and fishnet dress to fit into the party’s 1970s theme.



The model wore a black, off-the-shoulder gown and matching heels to the gala. The high slit gave the timeless dress a modern twist, but the outfit could have used an extra push by adding more jewelry or stepping away from the natural makeup look.



Ratajkowski would have also looked amazing with an updo to really amplify the off-the-shoulder feature.

Ratajkowski wore a lace catsuit with flowing ruffles to the 70th annual



The outfit, designed by Peter Dundas, featured a flowing ruffled train, a cut-out top, and lots of lace. Each individual piece was interesting, but when worn together, it felt a tad jumbled.



Ratajkowski said this was the “most controversial” dress she ever wore, but a few accessories might have elevated the September 2016 ensemble.



Ratajkowski wore the dress, designed by Julien Macdonald, to the Harper’s Bazaar’s Icons party in 2016. While the dress caused a stir six years ago, from a 2022 perspective, plunging necklines are now visible at most celebrity events.

If anything, the outfit may have benefited from a statement jewelry piece or a small purse.



She wore a bright yellow dress in January 2017 while attending the Weinstein Company and Netflix Golden Globes after-party. The dress was beautiful but safe.

Ratajkowski posed for photographs ahead of the party, where she was pictured wearing a floor-length yellow gown with silver accents and matching silvers heels.



Compared to Ratajkowski’s other outfits, this yellow gown felt like a safe choice that was both sexy and fashionable.

Her colorful ensemble looked great when it debuted on the runway in 1992, but it looked out of place at the 2022 Met Gala in May.



Ratajkowski’s Versace dress was first worn by supermodel Yasmeen Ghauri in 1992, Vogue reported. Although the gown fit the Met Gala’s theme, “In America: An Anthology of Fashion,” the array of colors, layers, and textures felt overwhelming.



As Insider’s Samantha Grindell and Anneta Konstantinides noted, the gown’s train wasn’t visible in most pictures and didn’t translate from the runway to the Met Gala.


The peek-a-boo dress Ratajkowski wore to the 75th annual Cannes Film Festival in May 2022 was clever, allowing her dress to be both sexy and somewhat demure.



Ratajkowski’s sheer Miu Miu floor-length gown embodied business in the front and party in the back. The front of the spaghetti-strap gown used sheer, textured fabric.



The gown included a slit in the back, starting at the upper thigh. Ratajkowski completed the ensemble with stiletto heels and a belt to cinch her waist.



The silver accessories and tiny belt were very on-brand for mid-2010s fashion, so Ratajkowski bodied the aesthetic with her Vanity Fair Oscar after-party dress in February 2016.

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