- Julia Fox and Christine Quinn had been photographed collectively on Thursday in New York Metropolis.
- Fox, 32, started trending on Twitter as folks mentioned her low-rise pants.
- Fox beforehand stated Ye, previously generally known as Kanye West, helped revamp her fashion.
Julie Fox wore a daring ensemble whereas hanging out with “Promoting Sundown” star Christine Quinn.
Mail On-line reported that Fox, 32, and Quinn, 33, had been photographed collectively on Thursday night in New York Metropolis. Fox paired a black bikini high with extremely low-rise pants, whereas Quinn donned a strapless, ruffled yellow costume with cut-outs alongside the perimeters.
Indochine NYC, a restaurant in a residential neighborhood named NoHo, shared a video of Fox and Quinn posing exterior their restaurant. Drag queen CT Hedden additionally shared an Instagram put up that includes Fox, Quinn, and mannequin Amelia Grey Hamlin strutting down a hallway.
Fox has made headlines over the previous yr for her typically daring and crowd pleasing fashion. In January, Fox recounted every week of courting Ye, previously generally known as Kanye West, to Interview Journal.
She informed the outlet that Ye stuffed a resort suite with garments throughout one date night time, making her really feel like “Cinderella.”
“It was each woman’s dream come true. It felt like an actual Cinderella second. I do not know the way he did it, or how he bought all of it there in time. However I used to be so shocked,” she stated. “Like, who does issues like this on a second date? Or any date!”
Fox informed Interview Journal in a separate interview that month that she’s undergone a “transformation” with Ye. The 2 cut up this February, Harper’s Bazaar reported.
“After assembly him, a pair days later, all my shit was in containers, gone,” Fox stated. “It was so cathartic. It wasn’t like I used to be simply packing up my previous garments, it was like I used to be packing up my previous life.”
In Might, Fox trended on social media after grocery buying in her underwear and sharing that doing so must be “socially acceptable,” in an Instagram Story.