Unconventional couple Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly continue to take social media by storm after the duo celebrated their engagement with a trip to Milan Fashion Week this weekend, where the American beauty turned heads for showing off a daring fashion piece for the release.
The “Jennifer’s Body” star, 35, wore an eye-catching Dolce & Gabbana tank top ($1,295) emblazoned with the word “sex” at the brand’s after-show dinner. As usual, his “twin flame” Machine Gun Kelly, whose real name is Colson Baker, matched his bride-to-be in a crystal-studded suit.
Page Six reported that Fox, over dinner, confessed that she “kind of ditched fashion” before dating the 31-year-old “Bad Things” hitmaker. The actress then admitted that her style had “definitely changed” throughout her relationship with Baker.
As a result, the sexy star has become more expressive in her fashion choices, stunning in numerous near-bare dresses on red carpets and wearing bra tops over the past year.
Fox has been very public about her relationship with MGK, sharing intimate messages here and there, and giving the media plenty to feast on when she wildly displays affection with her beau at public gatherings.
On at least one occasion, Fox shared a sneak peek of his steamy Airbnb getaway with Baker in September, joking, “When I tell you that the table at this [Airbnb]seen some things,” in his caption, which ended with a sweaty emoji.
Earlier this month, Baker popped the big question at the Ritz-Carlton Dorado Beach hotel in Puerto Rico. He would gift Fox the personalized two-stone engagement ring under the same banyan tree where the couple had met a year earlier.
The “Bloody Valentine” musician has since explained how the ring came about, noting that the bands are designed like thorns, “so if [Meghan] try to take it off, it hurts”, jokingly, “Love is pain!”
The You and Me [you and me] is composed of a pure-bred Colombian emerald, without any treatment, and a diamond coming directly from the jeweler Stephen Webster.
Kelly would also proudly flex Meghan’s elaborate gemstones in an Instagram video, according to People.
“I know tradition is one ring, but I designed it with Stephen Webster to be two: the emerald (his birthstone) and the diamond (my birthstone) set on two magnetic bands of ‘thorns that come together like two halves of the same soul, forming the dark heart that is our love,’ he wrote.