Emily Ratajkowski Flaunts Her ‘Tan Lines’ In Topless New Snaps
Supermodel Emily Ratajkowski put her tan lines on display in several topless shots she shared on her Instagram page.
The 31-year-old author stood in nude form for the multiple shots, simply covering her breasts with her hands. Subsequently, the mother of one’s admirers gushed about her attractiveness and lavished her with other kind words in the comment section.
Ratajkowski also recently took part in New York Fashion Week as a model, modeling for different fashion designers. Her participation in the show came weeks after she filed for divorce from her husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard. She also recently shared insights into her book, My Body, at the Forbes Power Women’s Summit in New York.
Read on to learn more.
Emily Ratajkowski Showcases Her Tan Lines
In her latest post on Instagram, Ratajkowski posed unclad, flaunting more of her body rather than donning any of her swimsuit collection from her clothing line Inamorata. Her tan lines, which were the key focus of the shots, blended in seamlessly and did not stand out, despite being of a different color than the rest of her body,
For the photo session, Ratajkowski adopted various poses that highlighted different parts of her glowing skin. In one, her lengthy, black hair falls to one side of her back, framing her face and exposing her tan lines. She looked to be staring over her shoulder while keeping her gaze away from the camera while she placed her hands on her breast.
The other two show her intensively focusing on the camera, and like the previous one, she kept her hands covering her bosom. Her only accessories for the shot were gold hoops which she matched with a bronzed makeup look.
Fans Are Drooling For More Emily
In the comment section, fans trooped in to comment on the model’s beauty and also lauded her modeling career, which has spanned many years.
A follower commented, “All glamorous feminine beauty, class photography’s stylish profile from 50′ till now- put into a lady of next century and beyond. This is just so much class.”
One fan wrote, “You’re so beautiful, Emily,” while another penned, “been killing the game for years, so happy for her.”
Another follower wrote, “wish I had the same tan lines,” referencing how the model’s tan lines complimented her skin.
One more fan penned, “you know how to raise degrees,” and another mentioned, “Very beautiful young woman full of natural charm.”
Also, in the comment section, some fans congratulated the model on her book. “Congratulations on your book, amazing accomplishment to help everybody,” one fan gushed.
Emily Ratajkowski Modeled In NYFW
Prior to sharing the racy post, Ratajkowski has had a busy schedule over the past few weeks, modeling for different brands during the New York Fashion Week, including Jonathan Anderson, Tory Burch, Nensi Dojaka and Galliano,
Her Instagram page is littered with several keeps sakes of her strutting her stuff on the runaway, being styled in several hot and sizzling new collections that are set to hit the market following their launch at the fashion show.
Away from her modeling life, Ratajkowski became newly single after filing for divorce from her husband, Bear-McClard, with whom she shares a one-year-old child, Sylvester. She is also an author, having published a collection of essays in November 2021 dubbed, My Body.
She Shared Insights Into Her Book
During the Forbes Power Women’s Summit held in New York on September 15, Ratajkowski gave more insight into her book, telling the audience that she had partly written the book from a men’s perspective as they are also affected by sexism.
‘When I wrote the book, I kept thinking about a man reading the essay and how they would interpret and how they would understand and comprehend things I was talking about,’ the author said, per Today.
She added: “I always think that sexism is bad for everyone, including men. I think it is a huge issue, and we feel the ramifications of that, but also men live with that as well. As somebody who has a son, I think about that a lot. It’s, for me, very important to expand that conversation to men.”