Emily Ratajkowski 100% knew how to get America on her side as she both celebrated the recent snow blanketing and sold her best-selling swimwear. The 30-year-old supermodel continues to prove the world's best brand ambassador for her 2017-founded Inamorata line - a fresh photo on the label's Instagram has brought EmRata back in her swimwear, and it came with a snowy backdrop.
Emily has already made Holiday 2021 headlines for showcasing a picture-perfect snow setting as she promotes her swim line, and this photo seemed fitting as large parts of the U.S. face all things snow.
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Scroll for the photo. It showed the "Blurred Lines" star posing amid a possibly-fake and blanketed backdrop featuring wintry trees and falling flakes. The London-born sensation stood with one leg slightly hiked up on a tree trunk slab - eyes were likely on the catwalk queen's body, though, as she wore a high-waisted and stringy purple bikini paired with an open leopard-print coat, plus heeled ankle boots.
Emily further donned ski goggles on her head, showing off her rock-hard abs and sensational post-baby body. "Us heading into the snowy weekend," the caption read with a snowflake emoji.
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Fans were quick to comment. "This shoot tho!" one wrote, although another name-dropped a well-known celebrity as they likened EmRata to former Disney star Bella Thorne. Emily is now also far more than just a model and swimwear designer as she last year released her first book - her brand, meanwhile, now retails a full range of apparel including matching sets, dresses, plus the lingerie and swimwear that kicked it all off.
You know, for me, I don't have a go-to underwear store. I don't have a place that makes cute basics that I really want to wear, and I feel comfortable in, but I also think are on trend and cool. So, this is also just like a necessity—this is something that I would want to wear, she told Elle.
Says Instagram Doesn't Matter
Ratajkowski also addressed her social media sensation status as she spoke to the magazine, continuing: "I think it's all relative, and I think that everyone can be critical of their body, it doesn't matter what you look like on Instagram."