Emily Ratajkowski Topless Again: See Her Latest Ad Campaign

Emily Ratajkowksi is making another topless statement on Instagram. This time, it’s for jewelry.

Jacquie Aiche has tapped Emily Ratajkowski to become the face of the new Spring 2016 campaign. It’s probably the 24-year-old’s most freeing and sexiest photo shoot just yet. The photos shot by Naj Jamai feature the brunette beauty posing in a series of topless photos while wearing the delicate and dainty handmade jewelry. Ratajkowski feels completely free in her own skin as she shows off the gold body chains, bangle bracelets, chokers, pendants, and rings.

The Gone Girl actress wears nothing but a pair of white high-waisted trousers as she places her hands on her breasts. There are also a few SFW photos that show Emily wearing sheer lingerie and see-through sweaters. Check out the rest of Emily’s topless photos and the new collection at Jacquie Aiche’s site.

Last week, Emily Ratajkowski received a bouquet of flowers from Kim Kardashian for showing some solidarity during her nude selfie backlash. According to the Hollywood Gossip, Kim Kardashian made people look when she posted a nude bathroom selfie on Instagram. To share some support for the reality star, Ratajkowski posted her own topless bathroom selfie. As a nod to Kardashian’s original post, she wrote, “What to wear tonight?”

She even bared her breasts in support of Bernie Sanders. It all started when Emily shared this SFW photo of herself wearing a Bernie sweater in snowy New Hampshire last month. She was obviously feeling the Bern and feeling the love in the month of February.


Then the “Blurred Lines” video girl followed it up with a provocative topless photo from her Love magazine photo shoot. She wrote, “Repost, better quality.” She was then met with criticism from online trolls and sexist commenters who remarked that she should stick to modeling instead of expressing her political views.

Emily Ratajkowksi’s nude takeover is not slowing down anytime soon. Last month, she posed nude for Lena Dunham’s and Jenny Konner’s Lenny Letter, in which she wrote an honest essay about being sexually shamed for having a curvaceous body at such a young age. In her essay, Ratjakowski revealed that her dad would call her “baby woman” after she developed D-cup breasts at just 12-years-old. She wrote that although she loved her parents and her home life, other adults weren’t as accepting of her maturing body and her interest in becoming a model.

“Our family member sobbed to my mother and me at dinner after; she was worried for me, worried about the looks I got from men, because I was wearing what I was wearing. I needed to protect myself, she explained. The same year, my parents hosted a dinner party where I spoke freely, keeping up with the mature humor and storytelling, an only child comfortable sharing my conversation with adults. On my way to the bathroom, before dessert, an older family friend took me aside, separate from the rest of the party: ‘You need to hide out, a girl like you, keep a low profile.'”

There is more to her nude photo and her “message,” she added. Emily says that she still faces a constant struggle not to listen to the voice inside her head that tells her not to dress sexy or not to show off her body.

“The implication is that to be sexual is to be trashy because being sexy means playing into men’s desires. Where can girls look to see women who find empowerment in deciding when and how to be or feel sexual? Even if being sexualized by society’s gaze is demeaning, there must be a space where women can still be sexual when they choose to be.”

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