Julia Fox on her bold fashion looks: ‘I’m providing a service’

Julia Fox, 32, is giving people what they want.

Fox, who split from Kanye West in February after his social media tirades, has made waves with her daring fashion and makeup choices.

The “Uncut Gems” star has made headlines with her signature extreme smoky eye look and bold choices. She once went grocery shopping in designer underwear and denim boots and wore a skirt made of photos of herself.

Fox recently posted on her Instagram that she “decided to walk to increase the chances of being papped cuz the world needs this look.”

In an interview with People, Fox was asked about her post.

“Well, I mean, you pick and choose. Sometimes the paparazzi get me, and I look like s – t, you know? If they’re gonna get me, I might as well make the best of it. I feel like I’m doing a service. I’m providing a service, ”she told People. “Yeah, a visual service.”

One of Julia Fox’s looks from April.
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Julia Fox is waiting for Converse Presents "Savitree," A Richie Shazam Short Film, At The Tribeca Festival at Spring Studios
Julia Fox rocking graphic eyes at the Tribeca Film Festival.
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She shared that the key to taking fashion risks is having confidence.

“I think just being fearless, not giving af – k, doing what I feel like doing, and not caring about whether society thinks it’s normal or not. If I think it’s cool, then it’s cool, ”the actress said.

Fox walked the red carpet at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of her longtime friend Richie Shazam’s short film directorial debut “Savitree,” which follows Shazam’s life growing up queer and coming out as transgender.

The "Uncut Gems" star told People that she is "providing" a "visual service" to the public with her daring fashion choices.
The “Uncut Gems” star told People that she is “providing” a “visual service” to the public with her daring fashion choices.
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Julia Fox in Los Angeles in March.
Julia Fox in Los Angeles in March.
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“I grew up in the city around gay culture and queer culture, so for me, it’s where I feel the most comfortable,” Fox said on the red carpet.

“The gays appreciate the fashion, you know? The basics are a little more like, ‘Oh my God, what is she wearing? She’s trying too hard, ‘whereas the gays are like,’ Oh my God, she looks f – king amazing. ‘ If you have the opportunity to serve, why not serve? I love gays, ”Fox said.

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