At the Vanity Fair Oscar after party last night, Emily Ratajkowski opted for a very Emrata look: The model, activist, and lingerie designer wore a white bandeau top and matching skirt. A lot of midriff was displayed and so were the star's signature abs. Does it get any more Emrata than that?
Emrata was joined by her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard inside the party:
Their appearance comes one day after Ratajkowski wore a black mini dress with Bear-McClard to the Film Independent Spirit Awards:
Ratajkowski spoke to ELLE.com last year about how even she struggles with body confidence sometimes. "I mean, yes, it is easy for me [to feel confident] but, let me tell you, there are days when I wake up and I don't feel good," she said. "I think it's all relative, and I think that everyone can be critical of their body, it doesn't matter what you look like on Instagram. I think that confidence isn't something that comes from what you see in the mirror, it's about how you feel, as cheesy as that sounds."
Confidence is a practice, she said. "And it's not one that you're going to always be good at. And I think that's just really important to remember. I mean, there's so many different ways you can criticize your body, and it's not just about what size you are, you know?"
She advises women to "give yourself a break. This is a message that's super important to me," she said. "I feel like women, and young women especially, are just so hard on themselves and constantly comparing themselves. I don't know if I see that as much with men, certainly not physically. I think that you really want to be the sexiest, the smartest, the most hardworking—the everything. And that's great that those are the things that we all want. But it's also important to realize we're human beings, and you're not always going to be all the things that you want to be in every given moment."
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