Emily Ratajkowski and Tommy Dorfman turned heads at NYFW (Picture: Backgrid/Getty)
Emily Ratajkowski and Tommy Dorfman looked every inch the runway models themselves as they sat front row at New York Fashion Week.
Attending the highly-anticipated Proenza Schouler show at Little Island, which showcased the brand’s Spring Summer 2022 collection, the pair stunned in floor-length gowns.
Model Emily, 30, wowed in a khaki wrap dress paired with show-stopping brown crocodile skin boots.
The Gone Girl star accentuated her natural make-up look with dramatic eyeliner and styled her hair in loose waves.
13 Reasons Why star Tommy, 29, opted for a maroon coloured gown with an asymmetrical strap around her neck.
She accessorised with strappy heels and hoop earrings and carried a matching bag with a silver chain.
The pair looked incredible in floor-length dresses and heels (Picture: Christopher Peterson/SplashNews.com)
The stars chatted to other FROW attendees (Picture: Christopher Peterson/SplashNews.com)
During the evening when heading out for dinner, Tommy swapped her ankle-length dress for a black mini, which she again styled with strappy heels and black clutch.
The Proenza Schouler show featured Gigi Hadid, who worked the runway in an avant-garde dress and vest combo.
Tommy oozed elegance in a maroon gown (Picture: Christopher Peterson/SplashNews.com)
The actor later changed into a black mini dress for dinner (Picture: Fernando Ramales/Backgrid)
Taking to Instagram, she said: ‘I don’t care if you hate me or hate celebrity (or just hate women) but it’s incredibly scary to become a parent and nobody deserves to be told by strangers that they’re a s****y mother.’
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Elsewhere, actor Tommy opened up about coming out as transgender, admitting she feels ‘genuinely happy’ for the first time in her life.
‘I feel how I think I was always supposed to feel,’ she shared.
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