Model Emily Ratajkowski is not afraid to bare almost all.
If there is someone who loves to proudly show off her assets, it is Emily Ratajkowski.
The 27-year-old model, who skyrocketed to fame after the release of Robin Thicke’s NSFW video for his hit 2013 single “Blurred Lines,” descended on the Greek island of Mykonos on Sunday in honor of the launch of the shopping boutique complex Nammos Village.
And to celebrate the sunny season of summer, Ratajkowski took to Instagram where she shared photos of herself modelling a itsy-bitsy polka dot bikini while on a yacht.
“Really vibin with Greece tbh,” she captioned one of her photos.
But it was not all just playing for Ratajkowski. A rep for Nammos Village told Fox News Monday, the cover girl was joined by fellow supermodel Gigi Hadid to cut the ribbon for the space, as well as the lead of a fireworks display.
Singer Nicole Scherzinger, who chose Nammos’ opening night for its 40th anniversary celebration, was one of the many that were present, along with fashion influencers, and other models.
Guests partied into the small hours to the sounds of Grease, Moss, as well as Nammos’ own resident DJ, an insider told Fox News.
Really vibin with Greece tbh
But Ratajkowski hopes audiences will recognize her for more than just a pretty face. On her Instagram account, she calls herself as a feminist. And in 2017, Ratajkowski told Harper’s BAZAAR Arabia it is hypocritical to judge a woman just because she chooses to openly celebrate with her body and sexuality.
“I think a lot of people really feel that the idea of a woman who is sexual or sexually tinted is the opposite of feminism,” she explained. “When I feel like, in some ways, the conversation itself can be oppressive for women, because you are telling them how to dress and how to act, that is actually the opposite of feminism.”
But Ratajkowski was not always so sure about himself. As a child, she has struggled to accept her changing figure.
“I was a 12-year-old [with D-cup breasts] but the people looked at me as a 21-year-old,” she said. “It was really hard for me to understand and to come to terms with that identity, the perception of me… It is hard for a 12-year-old girl, who is basically the feeling of” Why don’t you just leave me alone,’ cause I don’t see the men who have to justify what they wear or how they express themselves.”
Ratajkowski insisted they received some no-nonsense advice from her mother, which she still follows today.
“She told me, ‘Wear what you want, do what you want, it doesn’t matter, that’s just your body and that is who you are, so it’s not your problem,'” recalls Ratajkowski. “There was an acceptance.”
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