Emily Ratajkowski is back in swimwear. The 28-year-old supermodel and Inamorata founder easily winds up front-page news every time she pulls off her brand ambassador role for her popular swim and lingerie line – while a “weird” rib seen in a recent topless swimwear looks sparked Photoshop allegations, snaps showing the London, U.K.-born star generally prove well-received on Instagram.
A 26.1-million-strong army of followers awaits EmRata’s updates on her own account. While lower, the following over on Inamorata’s page isn’t insignificant – subscribers definitely noticed Emily popping up in the company’s Monday update.
The Monday photo shared by Inamorata showed Emily knocking the camera dead as she posed in a low-key setting, seen standing in front of a light-bulb-framed mirror and backed by ordinary bathroom aspects. Eyes were likely on the foreground, though, as Ratajkowski flaunted her killer body in a dangerously-plunging animal-print bathing suit in yellow-and-black.
The “Wet Leopard” swimsuit flaunting the brunette’s fierce cleavage and slim, shapely hips also comes in a bikini version – Instagram seemed more than happy with this look, though. A caption read: “The Grandview in Wet Leopard.”
Emily has definitely kept Instagram on its toes amid COVID-19 – the model is in quarantine with husband Sebastian Bear-McClard, having made headlines recently for a selfie as she straddled the producer.
Traffic proved especially high for EmRata this month after she took to Instagram Live while brushing her teeth in a crop top and tiny G-String – while that video appears deleted, a mash-up one showing the bombshell delivering beverage “cheers” in skimpy clothing currently sits at over 6.4 million views. Engagement was lower for the “Wet Leopard” look as it clocked over 18,000 likes in 23 hours – then again, it’s the brand’s account, not Emily’s own.
Emily fronted media outlets recently as she took to Twitter to back 18-year-old singer Billie Eilish. The “bad guy” singer’s January 10 swimsuit share returned to the news after the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter stated that she’d been called a “wh-re” over content she found “tame” – EmRata wrote:
“Another example of how women can’t win. However they present themselves-covered up or sexualized-will always be criticized,” adding:
“Until patriarchal power structures are dismantled women will never be truly empowered. In the meantime DRESS HOWEVER U WANT.”
While social media largely proved shock at the extent of scrutiny Eilish experienced for baring her swimsuit body, Emily’s recollections of her younger days prove a different story.
“I grew up in southern California and it really was a culture of girls living in their swimsuits,” she told Elle as the magazine profiled her Inamorata collection.
“Here was this real confidence, and it was non-sexual, just women doing their thing, you know?” she added.
More covered-up still makes a headline from EmRata, though, with her recent quarantine Noah t-shirt proving worthy of a Vogue article.