Emily Ratajkowski puts on a leggy display in a sheer skirt and leather leotard as she walks the runway for 60s-inspired Tory Burch presentation at New York Fashion Week



Emily Ratajkowski commanded attention in a sheer dress as she walked the Tory Burch Fall-Winter 2024 runway at New York Fashion Week.

The British-born American model, 32, sent pulses racing as she strutted the catwalk in a chiffon and leather outfit during Monday’s event, held at the stately New York Public Library, 

Tory, 57, described the new collection as an example of ‘everyday sublime,’ according to Vogue, and many of the latest looks appeared to marry flapper-style embellishments with styles from the mid-1960s, along with edgier elements.

Emily showcased her petite frame in what appeared to be a leather leotard fashioned to resemble crocodile skin.

The bodysuit, which highlighted her ample cleavage, featured an intricate flower-embellished strap.

Emily Ratajkowski put on a very leggy display in a sheer dress as she walked the Tory Burch Fall/Winter 2024 runway show as part of New York Fashion Week on Monday

The American model, 32, sent pulses racing as she strutted down the catwalk, held at the stately New York Public Library, in a chiffon and leather garment

The brunette beauty’s outfit was paired with a chiffon sheer skirt with a wave of cream and sequins that faded up from the bottom hemline.

In keeping with the 60s theme, Emily wore a pair of denier 20 tights and a pair of shiny black court heels finished with a large melted silver stud.

To accessorise, the star donned bold grape-inspired earrings that trailed up her lobes.

Showing the unique style, Emily slicked her thick tresses back in a long, thick braid which trailed down her back.

She opted for a cool and natural makeup look which featured a pouty glossy lip and a hint of lilac eyeshadow.

The personality was spotted backstage scrolling through her phone as a hairstylist and makeup artist quickly tried to work their magic.

Emily’s captivating walk was seen by some of fashion’s biggest celebrities as Kathryn Newton, Uma Thurman and Awkwafina were spotted at the star-studded event. 

Kathryn, 27, fit the theme well with a white sack dress covered in tiny red dots with a matching jacket that wouldn’t have been out of place during the Summer of Love.

Emily showcased her petite frame in what appeared to be a leather leotard fashioned to resemble crocodile skin
The bodysuit, which highlighted her ample cleavage, featured an intricate flower-embellished strap
In keeping with the 60s theme, Emily wore a pair of denier 20 tights and a pair of shiny black court heels finished with a large melted silver stud
Showing the unique style, Emily slicked her thick tresses back in a long, thick braid which trailed down her back

She even had the bangs to complement it, and she let her long blond hair frame her delicately made-up face and cascade down her chest.

Uma contrasted her look with a black top and slightly cropped black slacks.

She spiced up the low-key look with a shimmering metallic gold coat that she left unbuttoned.

The 53-year-old Pulp Fiction star stood tall in simple black heels and accessorized with a green, black and mustard yellow handbag.

Awkwafina, 35, flashed some more flesh in a plunging black midi dress.

The look featured a plunging neckline with a thin but rounded divot, and it featured sleeve-like flaps that draped over her arms.

Her dress put the spotlight on her toned legs, and she wore a set of square-toed black shoes with gold designs.

She opted for a cool and natural makeup look which featured a pouty glossy lip and a hint of lilac eyeshadow
The personality was spotted backstage scrolling through her phone as a hairstylist and makeup artist quickly tried to work their magic
Kathryn Newton wore a white sack dress covered with red dots for the Tory Burch show on Monday
Uma Thurman joined her in a metallic gold coat to see the Fall-Winter 2024 line unveiled
Awkwafina rocked an all-black look as she joined the stars at the New York Public Library
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