Kanye West’s eccentric ex Julia Fox has worn perhaps her most revealing outfit yet, flashing her bum on the streets of New York.
Julia Fox hit the streets of New York Monday night in yet another jaw-dropping outfit that defies description.
Wearing a tie-front crop top by Alejandre with a large cutout in the centre, the Uncut Gems actress flashed some underboob as she headed to dinner at New York’s Mercer Hotel.
She ditched her signature black for the dark grey fit, pairing the daring long-sleeved shirt with matching low-slung pants by the brand.
The chaps-style trousers featured what resembles Alejandre’s “double pantie” ($65), but the bikini-esque bottom trimmed with silver studs is actually attached to the pants and features an additional strappy thong-esque addition at the top.
Featuring wide cutouts on the sides, the baggy grey pants revealed the top of Fox’s bum in the back with strappy crisscross detail.
Whether it’s showing off some butt cleavage, shopping in her undies or wearing a DIY Hanes tank as a skirt, Kanye West’s ex always knows how to get some attention in her streetwear.
The former dominatrix recently told People that she thinks of her outfits as “a visual service” to the public.
“Sometimes the paparazzi get me, and I look like s**t, you know?” she said. “If they’re gonna get me, I might as well make the best of it. I feel like I’m doing a service. I’m providing a service.”
Earlier on Monday, Fox provided such a “service” as she shared a TikTok tutorial showing how she used a piercing from St. Marks Place to fix her mother’s old bikini top after breaking the clasp.
She was also featured in a video for Vogue Czechoslovakia this week while wearing a skirt fashioned out of Polaroid photos of herself.
Fox — who appears on the magazine’s July cover — posted on Instagram that she “had no idea” that her photoshoot was actually for the cover until it was over.
“I thought it was just a spread and honestly I was just so happy to be in vogue at all I didn’t care!!” she wrote.
This story originally appeared on Page Six and is republished here with permission