Emily Ratajkowski looks incredible in a daring dress and high heels at Harper’s Bazaar’s celebration of ‘ICONS By Carine Roitfeld’

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Emily Ratajkowski looks incredible in a daring dress and high heels at Harper's Bazaar's celebration of 'ICONS By Carine Roitfeld'American actress and model Emily Ratajkowski continues to impress with her fashion style. It gets more and more daring as her latest dress and heels show us.

Emily came to Harper’s Bazaar’s celebration of ‘ICONS by Carine Roitfeld’ rocking an incredibly daring dress. It was a dress that left little hidden and it seemed that’s just what Emily wanted.

She looked very confident in her sequin dress. So confident, she made the news mostly with praise for her fashion choice. If she didn’t have that confident look, the people wouldn’t react so welcoming to her daring style, that’s for sure.

Emily Ratajkowski in high heels

But instead of being ridiculed, Emily was praised. rightly so. It takes not only confidence, but also quite a few other factors to be able to pull of a dress like that with the ease Emily showed.

Emily Ratajkowski in high heels

The dress is by Julien Macdonald and features a very deep V-neck and it’s made of sequin. There are two sheer side panels to give the dress a bit more strength.

Emily Ratajkowski in high heels

Emily Ratajkowski in high heels

Seems uncomfortable? Not at all, according to Emily herself. “It’s actually very comfortable and simple and I feel great”, she told Harper’s Bazaar. “A woman can be seeking attention and also make a statement.They don’t need to be mutually exclusive,” she explained in the August 2016 issue of BAZAAR.

Emily Ratajkowski in high heels

To complete her look, Emily rocked a pair of strapped sky high heels. Very high, but she handled them with ease. So, this is how to make a statement… If you are Emily Ratajkowski.

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