Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox (Photo: Backgrid)

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are having quite a week.

Following major appearances around the MTV Video Music Awards and the Met Gala, the two lovers were spotted out in New York City yesterday in yet more eye-catching outfits. Megan wore a light blue leather jumpsuit with her long hair down in natural body waves, while Machine Gun Kelly opted for a matching two-piece embellished with white sequins.

Their latest New York City date comes after Monday’s showing at the Met Gala after-party, where the two arrived in matching red-and-black ensembles.

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And it comes just days after their appearance at the VMAs, during which Megan brought back the naked look in a sheer Mugler dress that revealed a shimmery silver thong underneath. She paired the dress with matching nude heels and wet-looking textured waves that added a sexy finish. In a red-carpet interview, she revealed that MGK chose the look for her, saying, “He was like, ‘You’re gonna be naked tonight.’ I was like, ‘Whatever you say, Daddy!'”

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The following day, Fox appeared solo at the Met Gala in another unforgettable ensemble: a fiery, Dracula-inspired, crystal-embellished red gown by Dundas, paired with Bettie Page bangs. Her take on the American theme was simple: “It’s on an American girl—that makes it American fashion,” she said in an interview on the carpet. Fox also made it clear that she continues to fully own her sex appeal. “I’m not afraid to be sexy,” she said. “A woman who is intelligent and also knows how to weaponise her beauty … there’s nothing more dangerous than that. There’s nothing more powerful than that.”

She added, “Instead of rejecting it, I’m happy to embrace it and go for the sexy.”

Doubling down on this energy, she addressed people’s mixed feelings about her two looks in an Instagram post, writing in the caption, “Just me out here ignoring and defying all of your puritanical emotionally repressed projections of what a woman should be.”

This story originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US