Emily Ratajkowski debuted a dramatic hair makeover at the Marc Jacobs fashion show on Thursday night. The supermodel eschewed her typically long brunette tresses into a stylish bob cut with bangs.

Emily Ratajkowski

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Emily Ratajkowski had a major Fashion Week moment when she isn’t even walking the runway!

Emrata showed up for Marc Jacobs’s Spring 2023 show with a fresh haircut, forgoing her signature long hair into a short, wavy bob that barely touched her collarbones.

She arrived at the show pairing the edgy hairdo with an all-brown ensemble that included a jacket with faux-fur trimmings, a chain-strapped black shoulder bag, and a sheer knit corset top.

EmRata previewed her new look on TikTok and also uploaded images of her messy, wavy hair on her Instagram.


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Other celebrity attendees to the event were Debi Mazar, Debbie Harry, Sofia Coppola, and Nicky Hilton, but Madonna’s daughter Lourdes Leon was denied away at the door for being late. Ratajkowski posed with friend Ashley Graham in Marc Jacobs’ front row.

Pete Davidson Shaved Head Look

It’s interesting to note that Ratajkowski’s ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson also changed his hairstyle this week, showing up to a New York Knicks game on Tuesday sporting a freshly shaven head. The former cast member of Saturday Night Live was observed watching the game from courtside, seated between Jon Stewart, a former cast member of the Daily Show, and comedian Hasan Minhaj.

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Ratajkowski and Davidson Breakup

After almost two months of dating, the couple broke up, a source close to the model told PEOPLE in December. Em is single and totally happy, the insider reported at that time.

“She will always prioritize her son but enjoys dating when she has time. She enjoys her independence. She doesn’t have plans to see Pete again. She had fun with him, but she realized she didn’t want it to become anything else. She likes her life as it is,” the insider added.

Published by HOLR Magazine.