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Julia Fox‘s latest risqué, torso-baring outfit involves a lot of red and a lot of nylon.

The actress was photographed in Los Angeles earlier this week celebrating the wrap of her forthcoming film, The Trainer. For the occasion, she—of course—went all out, opting for a red-hot nylon set from Berlin-based designer Sia Arnika‘s fall/winter 2022 collection.

Fox looked sultry in the set’s puffy long-sleeved bra and voluminous skirt, which hung low on her hips. To accessorize, she wore matching red gloves, eschewing the signature skintight black iteration she typically wears, and fiery red knee-high boots. Finally, she carried a metallic silver gift bag purse from celebrity-favored brand Medea.

Julia Fox
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Earlier this week, Fox took her inimitable, daring street style to new levels of online controversy by going grocery shopping in a black bra-and-underwear set from Alexander Wang. She styled the look with more pieces from the designer, including a denim blazer, a jeans shoulder bag, and slouchy denim boots.

“My vibe is just preparing for the apocalypse rn,” she captioned a series of photos from her excursion on Instagram.

Fox has been the subject of debate over her unconventional wardrobe since being catapulted into the mainstream during her short-lived romance with Kanye West—though she seems to not care for the noise as much as she cares for the fashion.

She spoke to The Cut earlier this year about embracing her personal style amid Hollywood pressures.

“[Her publicity team was] like, ‘Oh, they’re a little too editorial,’ ’It’s too sexy. It’s too provocative. It’s too out there,'” she said, adding that she has since given up that mentality. “I was just like, ‘Okay, I guess I just have to be more Hollywood and more bland.’ But fuck that narrative if I want to pop out and wear crazy shit—which is what I want to wear.”

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US