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Emily Ratajkowski lifts shirt in skimpy underpants

Emily Ratajkowski poses close up
Emily Ratajkowski poses close up. Pic credit: ©

Emily Ratajkowski has been flaunting her killer figure in a new Instagram share. The 30-year-old supermodel recently took a break from promoting her 2017-founded Inamorata brand, updating her account with a little Superga action.

Emily, this year fronting luxury designer Versace, went paid partnership in revealing photos showing her in undies and sneakers, with a bit of a shirt lift also upping the ante.

Emily Ratajkowski stuns in new ad

Posting for her 29 million followers, the Blurred Lines star opened seated on a wooden block stool and from a studio. Raising her burgundy red sweater to peep hints of her cheese-grater abs, the London-born star also rocked white underwear briefs, going pastel with pale lavender sneakers and flying the flag for sporty energy.

Emily cocked her head to the side as she rocked her dark locks shorter than usual, with a swipe right seeing her pantless and in a scoop-neck white tank while posing on the floor.

The final photo showed the mom of one in denim shorts for a floor pose, with the footage then offering a little BTS surrounding the Superga shoot. “Try your hardest, don’t care what people think,” Emily is heard saying in the video.

Taking to her caption, EmRata wrote: “No one does classic quite like @superga_official @supergausa 👟👟👟 SS22 collection and campaign by @zoeygrossman out now.”

Emily gained over 480,000 likes for her share, one coming as she continues to promote the Mesh Collection from her Inamorata line. Earlier this spring, Emily jetted out to the Cayman Islands, where sunset beach shoots brought her in mosaic-print dresses and looked goddess-like.

Emily Ratajkwoski values beach culture

The My Body author has opened up on her brand and the beach lifestyle she was raised with. While Emily is U.K.-born, she was largely raised in Southern California.

“I grew up in southern California and it really was a culture of girls living in their swimsuits,” she told Elle. “Here was this real confidence, and it was non-sexual, just women doing their thing, you know?”

“Swim has always been fun,” EmRata added. “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. You know, even just the basic slip dresses, those are harder to find than you would think.”

Celebrity fans of Inamorata include model Hailey Bieber and reality star Kourtney Kardashian.

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