Emily Ratajkowski is back in her bikini – and she’s doing it from her parents’ house. The 29-year-old supermodel gets some slack, though. Coronavirus sees the London-born star and 2018-married husband Sebastian Bear Mc-Clard “hunkered down” in Emily’s parents’ home in Los Angeles – while early parts of COVID-19 saw EmRata in NYC, she’s since quit the East Coast for sunny California. The weekend brought the Inamorata founder back in her trademark bikini, with the addition of a high-heeled pair of stilettos.
Click here for the photos, although the above is a perfect example of what the weekend look was doing – reminding EmRata’s 26.6 million followers that her clothing and swim line comes with a great brand ambassador. Emily appeared in a tiny, strung, and brown-and-orange bikini from a bedroom with floor-to-ceiling windows as she flashed the abs that have been told they deserve their own award – Ratajkowski then posed between two earthy pillards in a two-piece while rocking nude-strapped and stilettos heels amid pouring sunlight.
Emily isn’t the first celebrity to strip down to a bikini for a sale. The model who admitted to getting into her career path for “monetary gain” is having the last laugh. Her 2017-founded Inamorata line fills Vogue pages, Instagram feeds, and – by virtue of profits – Emily’s bank account. 2019 saw Inamorata merch sell out in two hours. “Our motto is ‘Look chic, be hot,'” Emily told Vogue about the skirt suits selling like hot cakes. Scroll for EmRata’s poolside bikini video topping 9 million views.
Emily has made headlines amid the pandemic for those bikinis and, it would seem, for a trolling fanbase. Emily posing in Inamorata loungewear with producer husband Sebastian saw fans dub him “ugly,” also suggesting that Emily had “settled” for a man that would respect her. The model shot to fame in 2013 for going topless in Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” video. Emily’s pool video, meanwhile, showed her joking that Sebastian knew how to “hype me up.” Amusing, given that the star’s husband largely seemed focused on his phone. More after the video.
EmRata’s Vogue interview also saw her quoting a pal. She stated: “My friend was saying to me that wearing what you want to wear is a test. If someone doesn’t take you seriously, that isn’t a person you want to work with anyway.” Bikinis may be the trademark stamp, but EmRata makes headlines for other reasons. The political activist has supported Bernie Sanders, slammed #BlackoutTuesday as the “worst kind of virtue-signaling,” and backed singer Billie Eilish in her swimsuit storm.