Model Julia Fox was clearly enjoying strutting her stuff at the reimagined Victoria’s Secret runway alongside stars including Naomi Campbell and Emily Ratajkowski
Julia Fox could barely keep her hands to herself as she strutted her stuff in a tiny yellow minidress on the reimagined Victoria’s Secret catwalk this week.
Joined by fellow models including Naomi Campbell and Emily Ratajkowski, Julia left very little to the imagination for the lingerie brand’s latest event.
She wowed in a thigh-skimming canary yellow dress covered in ruffles, with a stripe of white plastic mesh over her tummy and a totally plunging neckline.
The dress then rose into thin straps over Julia’s shoulders, leaving her arms and legs bare.
She accessorised with a jelly yellow clutch bag and a huge pair of golden rectangular earrings, sweeping her brunette tresses into a sleek braid at the nape of her neck.
Rings adorned her fingers, while a chunky yellow bracelet matched the rest of her jewellery.
Julia swept on a dark matte lip and added dusty gold eyeshadow to her ensemble, going without mascara to channel an elegant yet understated make-up look.
Her latest appearance comes amid the release of her new memoir, enтιтled Down the Drain.
A synopsis promises: “Fox recounts her turbulent path to cultural supremacy: her parents’ volatile relationship that divided her childhood between Italy and New York City and left largely raising herself.”
Victoria’s Secret hasn’t hosted a runway event since 2018, teasing a comeback in March which would see a “reimagined fashion show with a new generation of women from around the world”.
“Presented as a feature-length film”, the 2023 World Tour “united fashion, film, art and culture”, with Doja Cat on hand to provide the music.
Also taking part in the show were Hailey Bieber and Gigi Hadid.
Hailey wowed in a strapless navy dress emblazoned with a thousand sparkles, while Naomi Campbell showed off her incredible figure in a black satin gown.
The new show is airing on Amazon Prime, and comes a year after a Hulu documentary hit out at the brand’s “misogynistic culture”.
The film, Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons, accused former chief marketing officer Ed Razek of inappropriate contact with various models.
He has vehemently denied the accusations, calling them “categorically untrue, misconstrued or taken out of context”.