Emily Ratajkowski made a statement in a bold dress with a cutout that showed her baby bump after announcing her pregnancy

Amanda Krause
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Emily Ratajkowski in New York City on October 27. Gotham/Getty Images
  • Emily Ratajkowski wore a bold maternity look while walking around New York City on Monday.

  • She donned a black, long-sleeved dress from Aya Muse, which had a circular cutout that revealed her baby bump and extended to her chest.

  • The model also wore red, $795 crocodile-print boots from Stuart Weitzman.

  • Ratajkowski's stylist Emma Jade Morrison previously told Vogue that the model's maternity fashion is going to match her usual aesthetic and be "hot."

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Emily Ratajkowski is showing off her standout maternity fashion.

On Monday, the model and actress announced via a Vogue cover that she's expecting a child with her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard. Later that day, she was photographed walking around New York City in a daring black dress with a circular cutout that highlighted her baby bump.

She paired the look with a black face mask, matching sunglasses, thick gold cuffs, and a leather handbag. Ratajkowski also donned a $795 pair of red, crocodile-print boots.

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Emily Ratajkowski in New York City on October 27. Gotham/Getty Images

Her Aya Muse dress has long sleeves, an ankle-length skirt, and a circular cutout on the left side that's held together by a thin strap. It's not available to purchase at the time of writing, though Insider has reached out to Aya Muse for more details.

Ratajkowski ditched her mask and handbag at one point, giving a closer look at her ensemble. It appears that the cutout of her dress not only shows off her baby bump, but it also extends up to her chest.

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She paired the Aya Muse dress with $795 boots. Splash News

The red-and-black ensemble is likely one of many bold looks Emily Ratajkowski will wear throughout her pregnancy

Speaking to Vogue, stylist Emma Jade Morrison said her model client is "super excited" to show her baby bump. Morrison also added that Ratajkowski will not be "sacrificing" any part of her "tried-and-true aesthetic" now that there's "an added element."

"I want her maternity style to kind of be like a sexy version of Shiv from 'Succession,'" Morrison told Vogue about Ratajkowski. "Just hot."

The stylist added: "It's such a powerful time for her. She's running a company, she's writing a book and she's carrying a child. I really want her wardrobe to reflect all of her current empowerment."

In doing so, the model will join the growing list of celebrities who are wearing daring maternity fashion

Back in May 2018, Cardi B wore a showstopping Moschino gown that covered her baby bump in crystals to the annual Met Gala. The bold dress also had a scoop-style neckline, a thigh-high slit, and an oversized silk train attached to the waist.

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Cardi B attends the Met Gala on May 7, 2018. Noam Galai/Getty Images

The following year, Anne Hathaway become one of the first Hollywood stars to embrace cutouts on the red carpet while pregnant.

She attended the opening night of Broadway's "Sea Wall / A Life" in August 2019, and arrived wearing a magenta maternity dress designed by Brandon Maxwell. The garment's skirt extended past her knees, and its halter-style top featured three cutouts across her chest.

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Anne Hathaway in New York City on August 8, 2019. Cindy Ord/Stringer/Getty Images

Ashley Graham, on the other hand, showed that pregnancy doesn't have to limit the materials you wear when she donned a latex dress in September 2019.

Her strapless dress with belt-like straps was designed by Vex Clothing, according to an Instagram post from the model. 

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Ashley Graham in New York City on September 5, 2019. Jennifer Graylock/Stringer/Getty Images

Representatives for Emily Ratajkowski and Emma Jade Morrison did not immediately respond to Insider's requests for comment.

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