Emily Ratajkowski expands the range of her sensual Inamorata swimwear and lingerie collection, offering the El Camino shirt in classic polka dot, snakeskin and animal prints that match her swim separates. Ratajkowski is photographed at home by close friend @tremendy.
Top talent and actor Emily Ratajkowski fronts a new campaign for her Inamorata Swim collection, a collection of cleavage-enhancing, one-piece and high-waisted bikinis set to disco music. Photographer Zoey Grossman captures the 80’s vibe with a roller-derby mentality complete with pinball machines. / Hair by Sylvia Wheeler; makeup by Holly Silius
Models Anok Yai, Cara Taylor, Emily Ratajkowski, Hayley Bieber, Hyunji Shin, Krow, Taylor Hill, and Winnie Harlow showcase the spring 2019 season in ‘Stardust’, styled by Carine Roitfeld and Jon Hartleben. Photographer Mario Sorrenti is behind the lens for Harper’s Bazaar Australia March 2019./ Hair by Akki; makeup by Kanako Tanase
Top talent, model, activist, lingerie designer and actor Emily Ratajkowski covers the January 2019 issue of Vogue Australia. Jillian Davison styles Emily for images by Nicole Bentley.
Zara Wong interviews Emily, who is in Sydney to receive the International Woman of the Year award at the GQ Australia Men of the Year event.
The star is proud of her combination of beauty and intellect, believing that she herself is a vessel for discussions on the politics of feminism. AOC adds “and sexuality”.
“It’s a contradiction,” she says. “Firstly, I think it’s sexism. I think in general people don’t really want to hear women talk about these kinds of things, and especially women who make money on how they look: they especially resent them using their voice.”
She’s heard the criticisms of herself, and has considered them. “The only argument that I think is sort of interesting is the conversation that somehow I’m playing into a patriarchal society by looking the way I look and capitalising on my sexiness,” she says with a shrug. “But I don’t really care if me wearing a crop top is somehow playing into some patriarchy, because it makes me feel good about myself, and I shouldn’t be limited on that. Making rules as to what a feminist should look like or wear is insane to me.” It’s a thought she will touch upon again at her speech at the GQ Australia Men of the Year awards, where she was acknowledged for her activism – that she can wear a string bikini and have a stand on politics, too. “No-one should be shaming anyone, and women especially should not be shaming other women.” She probes further: “I think there’s a whole other level of women who are sexy and are promoting their sexiness or are comfortable with their sexinesss; they especially don’t want to hear it from them.”
As for GQ, they justified their award by saying Ratajkowski was key to the “modern feminist movement”.
“Spending the last few years travelling the world as one of the planet’s most in-demand models, she’s also established herself as a de facto face of the modern feminist movement, spreading a message of body positivity and a ruthless, no-holds-barred approach to sexual equality that has seen her sweep up both accolades and criticism across the globe,” GQ announced.
Victoria’s Secret is about to get another lingerie sector challenger with the announcement that Emily Ratajkowski is launching a new lingerie line called M / RATA in a collab with Blush Lingerie. Ratajkowski’s new baby will make its debut on November 22, 2018 just in time for the holidays.
M / RATA lingerie is committed to ethical manufacturing under the Blush umbrella, reflecting the growing demands and concerns especially among younger consumers. The rules governing its manufacturing practices are posted on the company’s website.
M / RATA by Blush is also committed to size inclusivity, a topic that haunted Victoria’s Secret once again after the brand’s recent, tone-deaf Vogue.com interview by VS pros Ed Razek and Monica Mitro.
Amy Schumer and Emily Ratajkowski were arrested today, as protesters infiltrated the Hart Senate Office Building in DC, to rally against an affirmative vote on Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court.
Before entering the Senate Building, Schumer and Ratajkowski joined Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York to address crowds outside of the Supreme Court. Gillibrand told the crowd that the FBI had failed to seriously investigate the claims by Dr. Blasey-Ford that Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her. "It was not intended to get to the bottom of this. It was not intended to find the truth. It was intended to be a cover, a cover for those who don't want to look at the truth," Gillibrand said.
Shortly after Gillibrand finished, Schumer and EmRata were arrested, writes Harper’s Bazaar. On Twitter, EmRata shared the experience along with a photo of her carrying a sign which read Respect Female Existence Or Expect Our Resistance. She wrote, "Today I was arrested protesting the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, a man who has been accused by multiple women of sexual assault. Men who hurt women can no longer be placed in positions of power."