Megan Fox spent the weekend in Milan, Italy, celebrating her engagement to boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly.
While the 31-year-old rapper (real name Colson Baker) walked as a model in Dolce & Gabbana’s menswear show and closed it out with a performance of his song “Bloody Valentine,” his “twin flame” sat in the front row, dressed in a sheer lace bodysuit with lace-up leather pants.
The “Jennifer’s Body” star, 35, saved her most eye-catching ensemble for the brand’s post-show dinner, where she wore a bedazzled Dolce & Gabbana tank top ($1,295) emblazoned with the word “sex.”
MGK matched his soon-to-be-wife in a crystal-studded suit, as is his custom.
“Before it wasn’t something I was focused on or thought about. Because as an actress I had been classified or put in the category of being a sex symbol. And publicists come in and they bring in a stylist and it’s all about dressing more seriously so that the world will take you more seriously as an actor,” she disclosed to Vogue.
“But they weren’t dressing me the way in which I liked to express myself … I was like, I don’t f—king care, whatever you put me in because I’m not going to like it anyway. Until I met [MGK],” the actress continued.
Megan also said that musicians “can be so much more flamboyant” in how they dress, while actors often aren’t encouraged to express themselves through style.
“I remember we got all these racks of dresses for the Golden Globes, and I hated all of them. I was like, well, where’s the stuff that lets me be me where’s the good stuff? … Ladies’ lunch at Barneys? I don’t dress like that,” she recalled.
“And the publicists would say, ‘Well, these are the best dresses that are being designed right now.’ So like, f—k it, I don’t like clothes. And then I was with him and it was like: Oh, these clothes exist? OK!” Megan Fox added.