Emily Ratajkowski doesn’t run out of ways to keep promo for her Inamorata swimwear line engaging – even during a global pandemic. The 28-year-old supermodel continues to prove she’s the world’s best brand ambassador by rocking the stylish swim pieces she designs – while the “wet leopard” bikini shared to the Inamorata Instagram on Monday went down the throwback route, it was enough to make newspaper headlines amid the model backing 18-year-old singer Billie Eilish‘s swimwear body-shaming storm.
“Another example of how women can’t win,” Emily wrote on Twitter as she defended the “bad guy” star.
Photos landing on Inamorata’s stories today showed the company’s CEO in boss mode as she modeled the “Encinatas” leopard-print swimsuit, also showing the brunette rocking the same fabrics in bikini mode – the Hygeia top and Melba bottoms proved to be a thong affair as Emily posed in front of a bathroom faucet and flaunted her world-famous rear.
Also shared as the UCLA graduate posed either on a white bed or backed by a tub/shower combo and ordinary bathroom tiles were side-view shots, plus a stunning outdoor photo showing Ratajkowski on a lounger and backed by palms.
“INSIDE OUT FAVORITE WET LEOPARD STYLES,” text read, also encouraging fans to “swipe” to shop.
Emily took to Twitter this week to support Grammy-winning artist Billie Eilish. The singer-songwriter fronted media outlets on January 10 for posting a swimsuit-clad shower on Instagram, also delivering bathing suit images of herself contrasting her trademark, baggy-clothed, and covered-up look. Having recently opened up on being called a “wh-re” for wearing a “tame” bathing suit amid both praise and trolling criticism, the singer now comes backed by EmRata.
“Another example of how women can’t win. However they present themselves-covered up or sexualized-will always be criticized,” she wrote.
“Until patriarchal power structures are dismantled women will never be truly empowered. In the meantime DRESS HOWEVER U WANT,” Emily continued.
Born in London, U.K. and largely raised in California, Emily’s own experiences of living in swimwear definitely contrast the immense scrutiny and backlash manifesting since Eilish’s swimwear reveal.
“I grew up in southern California and it really was a culture of girls living in their swimsuits. Here was this real confidence, and it was non-sexual, just women doing their thing, you know?” she told Elle.
Promo for Inamorata may continue to see EmRata in her swimwear, but updates on the model’s own Instagram, followed by a 26-million-strong army, have included varied content of late. Despite some travels and being spotted at JFK airport recently, Emily has largely been making headlines for her quarantine time with 2018-married husband Sebastian Bear Mc-Clard.
March 20 saw Emily pose in bed and in a crop top as she revealed she’d “drank coffee, zoomed” with her team and family, eaten “a tuna fish sandwich,” and both read and done her makeup “almost all from bed.”