The model, actor, and fashion designer is known as a proponent of "go big or go home" when it comes to her sartorial choices. But Amber Rose at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards is something else entirely. Personally, I wasn't sure how she'd ever top her Rose McGowan-inspired, barely-there dress of 2014. But then came the anti-slut shaming bodysuit of 2015, along with a squad that was armed and ready to take on issues of women's autonomy and sexuality with total fearlessness.
For the Aug. 28 awards show, Rose didn't walk the carpet in something quite as provocative as a one-piece emblazoned with words like "gold digger" and "bitch," but she did make a striking appearance in a simple blazer, slacks, and Aviator-like shades, all the while rocking the underwear as outerwear trend and repping her absolute queenliness.
The 32-year-old is constantly helping redefine what it means to be a "woman" — not to mention, what it means to be a ~moral~ woman — through her feminist work. Whether doing something as seemingly small as rocking a shaved head or organizing the anti-rape and anti-victim blaming SlutWalk, she is constantly here for all the women.
Rose's style is a moniker of her boldness, and this simple ensemble is no different. Although far more low-key than what we're used to seeing her in, Rose remains proof that you don't have to "cover up" or go totally out-there to make a statement. Sometimes you can just wear your bra and a men's suit out of the house, and call it a day.