Model and actress Julia Fox has shown off eccentric fashion choices in the past, and her latest includes an ensemble covered in condoms. Fox took a walk through Los Angeles on Thursday wearing a tube top covered with condoms and a white mini-skirt. She also sported matching condom boots and a condom handbag. She wore her straight hair loose with thin brows and a dramatic cat eye. Fox additionally tied the look together with a pair of nude latex gloves. She teased the condom outfit in February, carrying the memorable handbag at Milan Fashion Week with a sheer white dress. She completed her MFW look with a pair of chunky white boots and the same latex gloves. Fox was photographed later in the same look wearing a fluffy pair of white heels and a silver faux-fur jacket.
Fox showed off another unusual fashion choice on Friday. She wore a pair of Diesel underwear as pants on a quick trip to the gas station. Known for her fling with Ye, Fox paired the men’s underwear with a white crop top reading “High Class White Trash,” and a brown blazer. The actress topped the look off with bold sunglasses, her MFW fluffy heels, and a green bag she was seen carrying the previous week.
Fox Shocks With Pride Look
The Uncut Gems actress was seen in a similarly shocking look last Thursday at a pride event in Los Angeles. She wore a short, bright-red wig with bangs, along with an asymmetrical crop top and skirt featuring a clown print. The ensemble also included matching clown tights and the same fluffy pair of white heels from MFW. She carried a fluffy, army green handbag and a matching pleather jacket. Sharing the look on her Instagram, she told followers that she was in her “clowncore era.”
The 33-year-old also shared her thoughts about the Met Gala with DailyMail recently. She stated, “If it was about fashion I’d be there but it’s not.” Fox went on to say, “It’s about politics, privilege, who your parents are, and how much money you make.” She later went on to say, “There’s a little boy or girl out there [who] will look at me and not be ashamed.” She added, “fashion and art is about vision.”