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Emily Ratajkowski Models Her 'Most Daring' Bikini Yet

By Whitney Vasquez

Emily Ratajkowski just stopped hearts by modeling in what she calls her "most daring" bikini yet.

The famous model showed off her curves while posing in the latest collection from her swimwear line on Tuesday.

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The Most Daring:


Posing with her back turned to the camera, Ratajkowski shows off her famous cakes while wearing the Encinitas bathing suit from her line, Inamorata.

Calling this "our most daring," she reveals her voluptuous backside while sporting the multi-colored polka dot one piece.

The suit retails for $160 and the front is just as bold as the barely-there back.

That Front Tho:


The revealing front of the Encinitas one-piece drops all the way down to Ratajkowski's belly button and shows off her ample cleavage.

It comes in three different colors, which includes the multi-colored dots, the above cheetah print and a neon green animal print.

The Melba:


The Melba bikini bottom is the "best one yet," according to Ratajkowski.

She's seen here casually slumping over her bathroom sink and seductively looking in the mirror as a photographer snaps away from behind.

These bottoms also feature a tie in the front and retail for about $80.

The Hygeia:


The Hygeia is hardly a top to say the least, but looks fantastic on Ratajkowski!

Strapless with a knotted tie between the boobs, it secures the girls and gives maximum cleavage ... at least for the famous model.

This tiny little top comes in the same three colors as the Encinitas and will set you back a standard $80.

Dish out $85 more and you can have Ratajkowski's bottoms too.


The famous model has been making waves ever since appearing as the video vixen in Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" video from 2013.

Since then she's been causing heatwaves everywhere with her insane curves and feminist mindset.

Ratajkowski has been clear ... she's more than a pretty face and is a force to be reckon with when it comes to politics, feminism and fashion.

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