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The stars were hitting the MTV Video Music Awards red carpet on Monday, and Amber Rose arrived ready to turn heads with a risqué ensemble.
Looking like a she-devil, the actress-model-activist appeared in an all-red ensemble including fishnet tights, red latex and a face mask with bunny ears. Rose also held a whip while posing in the revealing look.
When asked what inspired her look, Rose told The Hollywood Reporter, “I was obviously inspired by Madonna and her cone bra. I love her so much!”
Rose is making strides in the fashion industry after debuting a 25-piece collection of summer apparel from her Simply Be Edited by Amber Rose collection. The collection includes crop tops, leggings and bodysuits for sizes 6 to 32 (prices range from $25 to $40). Rose’s line highlights a “sexy aesthetic” for women with “killer curves.”
“All women should have access to clothes that make them feel sexy, stylish and confident,” she said in a statement about the collection. “I hope that everyone who wears the collection will feel empowered to love their bodies, celebrate their curves and be the best versions of their true selves.”
The racy red look seems right for Rose, who has been an outspoken feminist, organizing an annual national SlutWalk to bring attention to sexual assault victims and slut shaming. She also notoriously spoke out about feeling body shamed by Dancing With the Stars judge Julianne Hough, among others.
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