Julia Fox Sat Front Row at Diesel in a Yellow Leather Set and Latex Bandeau Top
Julia Fox is enjoying something of a fashion renaissance. As the news of her breakup with Kanye West swarmed the internet, the actress was prepping backstage at LaQuan Smith during New York Fashion Week, getting ready to open the show in a racy black cutout design dubbed the new revenge dress. A week later, the "Uncut Gems" star took to the streets of Milan to showcase her edgy fashion sense, brightening up Diesel's front row in a yellow leather ensemble designed by the brand and later doing the same for Versace in a latex cutout crop top paired with a low-waist skirt.
Setting aside the dark aesthetic she adopted as West's muse during Paris Fashion Week, Fox embraced a sunnier vibe with a trucker jacket with white stitching, layered over a black latex bandeau bra top and a pair of yellow "pantaboots." She retained some of her signature edge, however, by accessorizing with black latex gloves, a matching yellow handbag, and silver hoop earrings. The Matrix influence was visible throughout her sharp and futuristic silhouette, including the makeup: smudged white eyeliner and black lipstick. She credited Pat McGrath for the beauty look.
Although her romance with the rapper likely influenced her latest outfit choice (West gifted her an entire hotel room filled with Diesel racks), Fox's connection with the brand precedes her short-lived relationship, as she starred in Diesel's fall campaign in 2020. So, it was no surprise she sat front row at Glenn Martens's Fall 2022 Diesel collection debut, next to model Richie Shazam and actor Aron Piper. In an industrial lot, models paraded in tiny denim bra tops, distressed jeans, metallic miniskirts, and other Y2K-inspired styles. There were also high-shine leather separates, over-the-top faux-fur coats, and heavily distressed denim reminiscent of the '90s. The full collection merged Diesel's utilitarian aesthetic with Martens's avant-garde eye to great effect.
For Versace, Fox returned to her roots with black smoky eye makeup, a midriff-baring ensemble, and latex gloves. Her low-slung skirt melted into a pair of tall heeled boots, while a Versace mini Medusa bag hung by her side. Her dominatrix-inspired look is on par with recent style moments, indicating that Fox is in on today's fashion trends. Another time, perhaps while in between shows, Fox was spotted in the streets of Milan wearing a latex red top and a low black skirt, finished with a leather jacket, black and red cowboy boots, and a red distressed knit balaclava. And with that, Milan is suddenly looking a lot more futuristic. Ahead, see Fox in action.