Emily Ratajkowski has teamed up for a second collaboration with top fashion brand Nasty Gal.
The in-demand model stars in a sizzling shoot as the face of the Fall/Winter 2020 campaign.
The US beauty wows in the collection which is full of eye-catching 90s power dressing in bold prints and colours.
Emily shows off her incredible figure in a turquoise satin mini dress for a series of shots, flaunting her long legs as she perches on a bathroom sink for the quirky shoot.
The collection is full of racy looks with a mix of cut-outs, sheers and plunging necklines.
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As well as the 90s, it also draws inspiration from the 80s with power shoulders, and iconic embellished pieces.
Emily is also seen modelling a racy zebra print number, complete with a matching hat as she poses up a storm on a leather couch.
The collection also includes accessories with one of the key pieces a pair of stunning thigh-high diamante boots.
Speaking about her collaboration, Emily gushed that she loves dressing for her mood, explaining:
‘I feel like fashion can be a wonderful celebration of yourself! Choosing what you want to wear on a given day is such an empowering, exciting feeling.’
‘I love playing dress up and I think we all need to remember that fashion shouldn’t be taken too seriously. It should be fun!’
Defined by the brand as the ‘ultimate Nasty Gal’ thanks to her unapologetically strong personality, Emily also spoke about the misconceptions about being a strong woman.
‘That they’re “too much!”; she said of criticisms she’s had. ‘A woman (who) knows what she wants doesn’t mean that she’s bossy or aggressive.’
‘Self love means figuring out what you want and learning how to set healthy boundaries,’ she added of her own ethos.
Ratajkowski opened up this month in a personal essay for The Cut about being allegedly assaulted by photographer Jonathan Leder in 2012, during a shoot at his home in Woodstock, New York.
A few years later, she learned that he was selling a book of risqué photographs from the unpaid shoot, which she originally only gave permission to use in a magazine.
Leder has denied the allegations.
Ratajkowski took to Instagram after the essay was released, as she thanked her 26.8million followers for their support.
She wrote: ‘It’s been nothing short of life-changing to see how many women (and men!) this piece resonated with.
‘Thank you to every single person who read, shared, commented and tagged me. I can’t tell you what it feels like to see my words in print and to hear from each and everyone of you. Thank you.’
The I Feel Pretty actress later expanded on the issue with V Magazine, opening up about how she’s evolved over the years as a model and entrepreneur in the fashion industry, as well as how she’s approached fragile masculinity.
She told friend and photographer Inez Van Lamsweerde: ‘In general, you have no control. When I was younger, I just kind of let things happen. And I struggled with that.
‘I’m so glad that I don’t [have to do that] now. I’m not this passive person who is not in control. I’m 29, so I’m kind of leaving [that] behind.
Nasty Gal ft EMRATA is available from October 7.