Emrata’s Deep Neckline Goes All the Way Down Her Stomach

Emrata’s Deep Neckline Goes All the Way Down Her Stomach

Emily Ratajkowski at the Kings Trust.Getty Images.

Last night, Emily Ratajkowski wore a stunner at The King’s Trust 2024 Global Gala at Cipriani South Street in New York. The event, hosted annually by King Charles’ charity organization, was previously called the Prince’s Trust Gala and had a name change upon coronation. Ratajkowski looked like a goddess, arriving in a satin champagne gold floor length gown. Emrata’s deep neckline looked elegant and sexy too of course.

The gown had a halter neck and an open back. The halter had a scarf-like detail that wrapped around the neck and dangled from the back. She paired it with a giant emerald ring on her right index finger and a burgundy clutch. She also wore icy drop earrings and styled her hair wore in a deep side part to show them off, which had been replaced in the fashion with middle parts starting back in 2019. Emrata is among many A-listers who are wearing side parts again, Zendaya, Dua Lipa, and Miley Cyrus all recent names. One of the star features of the dress is the neckline, which drapes down to her stomach, making her look like a marble statue of a Greek goddess.

Emily Ratajkowski at the Kings Trust. Emily Ratajkowski at the The King's Trust gala held at Cipriani South Street on May 2, 2024 in New York, New York.

We’ve seen Emily Ratajkowski’s style quite a lot this year, especially since she’s been seen taking walks in New York City ever since the weather’s warmed up. She’s been seen in a Matrix-style trench coat, athleisure business casual, and hot girl walk outfits. We’ve seen a lot of her casual street style, which I love, but personally I missed seeing her stunt up at an event in high, sexy glamour.

Others in attendance were John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, Ashley Graham, Kate Beckinsale, Sam Smith, Lionel Richie and more. King Charles III was unable to attend, having to pause his royal duties while undergoing cancer treatment. He sent his attendees a message, “Ladies and gentlemen, the trust will continue to help young people around the world to build those key skills to support them into employment. Together, we can build a better future for the next generation.”


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