It’s been 10 years since Emily Ratajkowski starred in Robin Thicke’s infamous “Blurred Lines” music video—her first and only music video credit—but these days, the super model, podcaster, and writer doesn’t need to star in a video in order to be granted an invite to the Video Music Awards. A decade later, she’s so much more than just that girl from that video. Which is probably why MTV tapped the 32-year-old as a presenter at this year’s show.
Ahead of the ceremony, which is taking place at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, EmRata walked the red, ahem, pink carpet in an updated version of the handkerchief dress—a staple of 2000s fashion trends. Ratajkowski’s two-piece set included a green scarf-top worn halter-style and criss-crossed across the chest, revealing several inches of ab. The green of the top matched the tied waistband of EmRata’s uneven skirt and contrasted the skirt’s burnt orange floral pattern.
Ratajkowksi wore her “glazed amber” hair in center-parted waves to compliment the ’70s-inspired natural glam makeup.
The bright green hue and feminine skirt is in line with the look she recently wore while attending an event at New York Fashion Week: A see-through lace green halter dress which she styled without a bra.