Julia Fox doesn’t play it safe with her personal style—so naturally, she went all out with her latest street style fit, pairing a sultry silk satin dress with sky-high platform boots.

The actress blended in with the skyscrapers Saturday afternoon, strutting the New York City streets in black lace platforms that added nearly one whole foot to her height. She paired the elevated footwear with a black patent Birkin bag and—for her risqué main number—revealed a sultry dose of side boob in a champagne-hued dress featuring a waist-high side slit with cross strings above the thigh.

She kept the attention on the eye-catching ensemble with minimal hair and makeup, replacing her signature dark eye shadow with simple winged eyeliner and her slicked-back hairstyle with a product-free down do.

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Julia Fox Towers New York City in Sky-High Platforms and a Sultry Slipdress
Julia Fox (Photo: TheImageDirect.com)

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Fox’s latest New York City appearance comes in tandem with rumors that she’s in the running for the Season 13 cast of The Real Housewives of New York City. The Bravo reality show is in the process of “rebooting and recasting” what executive producer Andy Cohen deemed “the most exciting casting proposition” in his near-20-year career, Variety reported in March. The actress has thus far not had any direct conversations with producers, per TMZ.

The actress has otherwise been making her rounds with additional risqué streetwear that has bared more of her physical assets. Earlier this month, she flaunted her midriff at the Beverly Hills Polo Lounge in a black cross-strap bra top with a cleavage keyhole cutout, paired with a black low-waisted maxi skirt. And in March, she demonstrated her seamstress skills with an additional cropped monochrome set—this one a DIY two-piece made out of a single men’s Hanes tank that featured an underboob-revealing crop top and a matching low-rise miniskirt.

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US