Making her way downtown! On June 12, Emily Ratajkowski unsurprisingly turned heads as she headed to the Tribeca Film Festival. The star wore a LBD to the event — but it was anything but ordinary.
Scroll down to see her unique dress.
The top portion of the frock featured a halter-style bandeau, which was accented with two long sleeves. The torso section of the piece had a sheer material inset, which was followed by a short black hemline.
Ratajkowski tied her feet into a set of wrap-around strappy stiletto heels and carried a leather clutch bag. Noticeably missing was her favorite accessory of late: 3-month-old son Sylvester!
The model and the tot, who she called her "dream vacation partner," recently wore matching orange and blue bathing suits during a getaway. Despite showing off her son's cute wardrobe, she's yet to share a full photo of his sure-to-be adorable face.
The Gone Girl actress' full head of hair was on display as she stepped into her car. Her outing came just five days after she celebrated her 30th birthday.
Though she was able to relax during her celebratory trip, she noted on Instagram, "If it seems like I'm always breastfeeding it's because I am."
Last year, Ratajkowski debuted blonde locks, and though some fans voiced their distaste for the change, she asked the haters to keep their opinions to themselves.
"Hey everyone. This is a message for all the men — and the women — who've been commenting, 'Go back to brunette,' 'You look so much better as a brunette,'" she stated in an Instagram video. "Stop telling women what to do with their hair. And their bodies."
Ready for the red carpet!
While at the film festival, Ratajkowski was talking with pal Amy Schumer about the comedian's 40th birthday when she brought up Judd Apatow's 2012 comedy This Is 40.
"So that movie is hilarious and very spot-on. I recommend everybody who has a husband or wife and kids to watch it [but] Megan Fox is treated in it so badly," she declared likely referring to the fact that Fox's character is an escort. "That movie is not aging well."