Emily Ratajkowski Uses Sex Appeal for Money in Sheer Lace Dress

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Not afraid to use her sex appeal to make money, Emily Ratajkowski turned heads in a full lace Miu Miu dress while arriving at the premiere of Crimes Of The Future premiere during the 2022 Cannes Film Festival.

The horror film by David Cronenberg received a six-minute standing ovation after its debut in Cannes, France.

Emily Ratajkowski in a sheer lace Miu Miu dress at the screening of "Crimes Of The Future"Emily Ratajkowski in a sheer lace Miu Miu dress at the screening of “Crimes Of The Future” during the 75th annual Cannes film festival at Palais des Festivals on May 23, 2022, in Cannes, France (Credit: Alberto Terenghi / IPA / INSTARimages)

“I think, for me, the way I use my image and as a model and capitalize off of it has been very much about survival, rather than a representation of who I am,” Ratajkowski told British GQ about using her sex appeal as a “survival” tactic.

“Modeling was an amazing way to make money and gain stability; fame came with that and it was a bizarre thing. Fame wasn’t something I had really expected or really wanted – although deep down probably every 20-year-old girl wants to be famous a little bit,” the iCarly actress claimed.

Emily Ratajkowski is not afraid to use her sex appeal to make a livingEmily Ratajkowski is not afraid to use her sex appeal to make a living (Credit: DDP / INSTARimages)

“I was confused by some people’s reaction for a long time. People saying, ‘You can’t do all these things.’ It taught me a lot about sexism and misogyny in the world, because the idea that a woman who looks a certain way or presents herself a certain way can’t talk about politics or read books? Ridiculous,” she added.

Emily Ratajkowski curls her hair for Glamour's Game Changers LunchEmily Ratajkowski curls her hair for Glamour’s Game Changers Lunch held on April 20, 2016, at Au Fudge in West Hollywood (Credit: Michael Wright / WENN)

In April 2016, Emily Ratajkowski looked every inch the supermodel at Glamour Magazine’s Game Changers Lunch held at Au Fudge in West Hollywood.

The then-24-year-old model, who rose to fame after appearing in Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” music video, oozed serious sex appeal in a blue off-the-shoulder dress by Bec & Bridge.

Emily Ratajkowski shows off her curves in a dark blue Bec & Bridge dressEmily Ratajkowski shows off her curves in a dark blue Bec & Bridge dress (Credit: Michael Wright / WENN)

She’s never one to shy away from showing off her svelte frame, and the asymmetric frock was the perfect choice to flatter her enviable figure.

The “We Are Your Friends” star teamed the look with minimal jewelry, a chain-strapped Burberry bag, and a pair of silver heels.

To amp up the sultriness, she wore her brown tresses down in tousled waves and sported neutral makeup with nude lipstick.

Emily Ratajkowski carries a Burberry bag while out to the Glamour Magazine Game Changers LunchEmily Ratajkowski carries a Burberry bag while out to the Glamour Magazine Game Changers Lunch (Credit: Michael Wright / WENN)

Emily kept the look classy with a classic pair of Stuart Weitzman “Nudist” sandals.

These metallic pewter leather sandals feature delicate straps with adjustable ankle straps, open toes, and five-inch heels.

Emily Ratajkowski's feet in metallic pewter Stuart Weitzman sandalsEmily Ratajkowski’s feet in metallic pewter Stuart Weitzman sandals (Credit: Michael Wright / WENN)

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