Emily Ratajkowski apologized for the “too vulgar” dress
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Emily Ratajkowski has cleared up about the “controversial” dress she wore in 2016 that sparked backlash.
Harper's Bazaar channel. Emily wore a plunging Julien Macdonald gown to the 2016 edition party.
“This is probably the most controversial dress I have ever worn. I had no idea what kind of reaction it would cause. I remember that some people called it too vulgar. It caused a lot of controversy online, and several of my agents were angry with me, agreeing that the dress is too sexy,” she recalled.
The model herself did not think so and explained that the dress had a transparent insert, thanks to which she felt comfortable in it, but she is not visible in the photographs .
In addition, Ratajkowski added that she considers those who called this dress “too vulgar” to be sexists.
She has spoken out about sexism several times throughout her career. In December 2017, she commented on the words of British TV presenter Piers Morgan, who said that photos of a topless model should not be considered feminist.
“Lol. I never said that my video was a feminist statement. But now it's worth saying, what to tell women what to do with their bodies and sexuality is really just classic sexism. I can have an opinion about feminism and also I can do sexy photo shoots, thanks,” she wrote on Twitter.