Emily Ratajkowski is back in her bikini, and she's making it rain cash. The 30-year-old supermodel, fresh from the release of her My Body book, has been showing off the body and the business brains, appearing in a new photo shared to her Inamorata line's Instagram and reminding fans she's the best brand ambassador around.Emily posed all cheeky blue bikini in a revealing shot ahead of the weekend, and it was #satinstyles for the London-born star. Check out the swimwear action below.Back In Her BikiniScroll for the photo, one showing the "Blurred Lines" face sun-drenched and posing amid salmon-pink stone. Emily, who welcomed son Sylvester earlier this year and has since made headlines for walking the Versace runway after giving birth, looked flawless as usual, posing with a swung hip and arms placed to her head as she modeled a very tiny and thong bikini.With sunlight bouncing off her, EmRata stunned in the peach-flaunting two-piece, one boasting a halterneck finish, plus string ties for maximum flesh-flashing.See The Photo BelowThe mom of one, largely hiding her face and wearing her hair up in an unfussy bun, let the brand do the talking. Inamorata told fans: "Our favorite satin styles are back - shop the suits with the perfect amount of shine. Online now!"Emily has herself swooped in to leave a like, joining over 10,000 others sending the thumbs-up. The model, whose popular brand is adored by celebrities including reality star Kourtney Kardashian, was told: "This style, this color and this fabric. The perfect." More after the photo.'Swim Has Always Been Fun'EmRata founded Inamorata in 2017, basing the name partially on her own last one. The brunette beauty has also opened up on her swimwear philosophies, telling Elle:"Swim has always been fun. I was always a girl who collected a million bathing suits, and I didn't have a go-to swimwear company, and I didn't have a go-to underwear company. For me, that's huge." Inamorata also retails lingerie, dresses, matching sets, plus pandemic-friendly sweats. EmRata is regularly seen in her brand while out and about. More below.Women Should Stop 'Comparing' ThemselvesEmily also took a moment to address body image and body positivity, telling the magazine: "I feel like women, and young women especially, are just so hard on themselves and constantly comparing themselves."Stating she feels men do it less, Ratajkowski added:"It's also important to realize we're human beings, and you're not always going to be all the things that you want to be in every given moment." Emily's new book heavily addresses body perceptions, including the treatment of women by men.