Emily Ratajkowski's Sexiest Dress of All Time Had Her Just Shy of Naked
It really wasn't hard to come up with a list of Emily Ratajkowski's sexiest looks. What was more difficult, however, was rating these 15 dresses from just plain sultry to out-of-this-world sexy. For you, though, we'd do anything. That's why we think you'll have a lot of fun taking a trip down memory lane and browsing through the supermodel and activist's most memorable red carpet numbers.
Don't get us wrong, Emily looks just as stunning in modest outfits, but she tends to wear those less frequently, having admitted she's proud of her body and sexuality. You already know Emily's not afraid to show skin, but now the question is, just how much has she been willing to show at a public event? Ahead, see which designs really made our jaw drop.
The 2016 Vanity Fair Oscars Party
Emily wore this Steven Khalil number with Casadei shoes. A completely sheer skirt was affixed to the bustier bodysuit underneath, but the model played up the elegance with a diamond necklace.
2017 NFL Honors
Emily wore a maroon Kayat gown that revealed a slip of leg and featured sparkling embroidery all over it.
The 2015 California Premiere of We Are Your Friends
Emily stole the spotlight in this champagne Maria Lucia Hohan number that came complete with a plunging square neckline and slit so the model could show off her Jimmy Choo heels.
2015 MTV VMA Awards
Emily wore this Fall 2015 Altuzarra look straight off the runway, complete with the brand's thigh-high leather boots that worked to play up her slit and the gold foil stitching on the body-conscious silhouette.
2016 Met Gala
Emily attended the Met Gala with Prabal Gurung. She wore an Atelier black-and-white design that revealed a slip of thigh and her entire back. The only thing keeping Emily's satin train affixed was a sheer mesh panel you could hardly see. Emily played up the glamour with Tiffany & Co. jewels.
2017 Cannes Film Festival
Emily's appearance at Cannes made for some very sexy red carpet moments. This Twin-Set by Simona Barbieri look was basically just a barely there slip that Emily completed with Bulgari jewels and rose gold Giuseppe Zanotti shoes.
2017 Cannes Film Festival
Emily's second Cannes look was even sexier than her first. This voluminous Peter Dundas creation might have been equipped with lots of fabric, but the jumpsuit portion of the look was entirely see-through, save for some netting and lace. Emily showed off underboob, too, and completed her bold outfit with Gianvito Rossi sandals.
2017 Paris Fashion Week Vogue Party
Emily's white Jacquemus shirt dress almost revealed her entire upper half. Left unbuttoned, the look was super sultry and a touch racy. Emily put the fashion-girl pep back in her step with a pair of Jacquemus's artsy ball-heel shoes.
2016 Daily Front Row Awards
Emily's black Amanda Wakeley number revealed every inch of her right thigh and plenty of her hip. The open back and cutouts changed our idea of the typical LBD for life.
UN Secretary-General Event in 2016
Emily's red Alexandre Vauthier dress needs to be admired from every angle. That's so you can see just how little fabric was actually covering her body. When she turned around, Emily's look basically just became a tiny embellished miniskirt, which she played up with tall Stuart Weitzman heels.
2016 Harper's Bazaar Icons Party
Forgive us, but we almost mistook Emily's Julien Macdonald design for two strips of sparkly black tape. The LBD was definitely the most tight-fitting number we've ever seen on the supermodel, and she played up the silhouette with a pair of Giuseppe Zanotti heels.
2015 MTV Movie Awards
Emily's kelly green Fausto Puglisi dress will forever go down in our minds as one of her sexiest. The model was just beginning to define her style, and this little mini made a statement that said she wasn't afraid of showing skin.
2016 Target Party
Behold: Emily's sexiest, most daring outfit yet. This August Getty Atelier mini introduced us to "side butt." The supermodel obviously had to give up underwear to wear this jaw-dropping dress, which featured a larger cutout than we ever thought possible.