Emily Ratajkowski has gone full bombshell as she rests on the grass promoting her best-selling Inamorata brand’s “most tagged” collection. Yesterday, the 30-year-old supermodel and swimwear designer returned to Instagram through her 2017-founded company, displaying her jaw-dropping bikini physique and reminding admirers she’s more than just a lovely face.
EmRata, a business genius, announced a refill of the Satin Swim line – queries in the comments demonstrated how enthusiastic followers are in the product (not just the girl wearing it).
Scroll down to see the image. Ratajkowski, who was recently mocked by Celeste Barber and is currently making news for welcoming baby Sylvester in March, posed as if she had never given birth.
Lying back on uneven grassy terrain, the London-born diva wore a rusty-coloured, ruched, and cupped bikini in soft satin with parted lips closed eyelids and a highly hip-flaunting finish. Emily flaunted her rock-hard abs and toned thighs, as well as an all-over golden tan. Amber Asaly, Kylie Jenner’s photographer, was tagged in the tweet.
The wife of Sebastian Bear Mc-Clard announced the new release via her brand, with the caption: “SATiN SWiM IS NOW AVAILABLE! Our most popularly labelled collection is back. Shop the replenishment online right now.”
An admirer quickly commented, wondering, “Does it have padding?” “Need to,” remarked another. Ratajkowski’s label, which also sells distinctive printed matching sets, is admired by Kourtney Kardashian, 42, and model Hailey Bieber, 25. The company also sells sweatshirts and underwear. After the snap, scroll down for more photographs.
EmRata was born in the United Kingdom but reared in sunny California. “I grew up in southern California and there truly was a culture of girls living in their swimsuits,” she told Elle in 2019, adding, “Here was this real confidence, and it was non-sexual, just ladies doing their thing, you know?”
Ratajkowski has also discussed using her body for her job in the upcoming book My Body, which explores feminism, sexuality, and men’s treatment of women.
Ratajkowski, who isn’t afraid to reveal her flesh, also told Elle that confidence isn’t about how you appear.
“I believe that everyone can be critical of their physique, regardless of what they look like on Instagram,” she said. “I don’t think confidence comes from what you see in the mirror; I think confidence comes from how you feel, as clichéd as it sounds,” Emily said. The model made news earlier this year when she revealed that Robin Thicke “groped” her on the set of the “Blurred Lines” video.