Emily Ratajkowski showed it off from the front, the back, and every other angle in between this week. The 28-year-old supermodel and Inamorata founder made major headlines at the end of April for dropping eye-catching merch forming her swim and lingerie line’s Mesh Collection – the video posted by Inamorata on Thursday showed Ratajkowski in the $65, see-through Selma wrap, plus a fully-matching, patterned, and ridiculously-tiny bikini.
Keep scrolling for the video, plus this British-born star’s topless and swimwear snaps. The merch seems to be shifting itself.
Seen below, the video showed EmRata in her element and on a shaded balcony overlooking greenery. The star whose topless “Blurred Lines” appearance catapulted her to fame was flaunting her jaw-dropping body in the tiniest of criss-cross string bikinis – chocolate-brown and tan prints forming a monogram covered the minimal and banded top, with a cheeky sheer wrap skirt flashing the model’s peachy rear as she preened herself, eventually turning around to face the camera.
A caption read:
“The Selma Wrap – throw it on over your favorite matching suit, or tie as a top. Online now!”
Keep scrolling for Emily’s headline-making topless photo.
The 77,000+ views clocked in 15 hours reflect the Inamorata account having lower engagement than Emily’s own – Ratajkowski has 26.2 million Instagram followers – but the fans were there.
“Hahahha like she’s turning for a mugshot,” one user wrote.
“Insanity” was all another could manage.
Feedback to Emily’s April swimsuit body was, however, less positive as a topless snap of the star in her brand’s bikini bottoms had Instagram spotting a “weird” rib. Meanwhile, this week has brought a fresh interview from the bombshell.
Emily, who has perviously stated that her Instagram photos are a “curated” version of herself, recently opened up to GQ while posing in sultry photos taken by 2018-married husband Sebastian Bear-McClard.
“I think, for me, the way I use my image and as a model and capitalize off of it has been very much about survival, rather than a representation of who I am. Modeling was an amazing way to make money and gain stability; fame came with that and it was a bizarre thing,” she told the media outlet.
While EmRata’s earning potentials are sky-high via her 26 million+ followers, the model has outlined how flogging other brands for pay just didn’t cut it for her.
“I started to get these cheques for content that I was essentially directing and designing myself and it got me thinking: “If what I get is a small percentage, then these companies must be doing really well…” she continued.
EmRata then outlined that fans would regularly ask where the clothing could be purchased – the look now being Inamorata sees the model profiting more than ever.