Emily Ratajkowski stuns in midriff and leg flaunting ensemble


Easily being one of the most naturally sultry women in the business of fashion modeling, Emily Ratajkowski does not really have any need to go out of her way in order to lure in a steady amount of eyes in her direction. With that said, the American mannequin cum actress sure enough gave evidence to her effortless head turning credentials during her most recent street outing on the night of Wednesday (the fifth day of this month) in New York City.



The twenty four year old bombshell, who immediately rose to world wide prominence after she was featured prancing around while pretty much in her birthday suit in the controversial music video for Robin Thicke’s smash hit single “Blurred Lines,” was spotted stepping out in to the public eye donned in an itsy bitsy, mostly black, two piece ensemble that made it ever so difficult for passersby not to take a glance her way. It goes without saying that it is a bit of a surprise that no vehicular accidents were reported that evening in the Big Apple, given that the eye catching brunette has got the upper hand when it comes down to stopping traffic dead in its tracks without much - if any - effort.



Radiantly displaying an enviable golden tan and wearing her silky brown hair curtaining down the sides from a part at the center to frame her pretty face, Ratajkowski let her natural beauty shine through as far as her make up is concerned - which was just a dash of neutral colored lipstick or so it seems. The jaw dropping gemini may have had, to some extent, her va va voom body more noticeably covered up than has been witnessed on numerous occasions in the past (namely her "Blurred Lines" stint), but her outfit of choice was still nonetheless very much worthy of attention, as it went on to made good use of the popular catch line which fits the five foot seven inch charmer like a glove - "If you have got it, flaunt it!"



Ratajkowski's alluring look was composed of a sleeveless black cut off top that featured vertical ribbing and made flawless emphasis on her well toned twenty four inch waist, as well as a flirtatious yet edgy leather skirt in matching color with a high midriff, that gave a generous amount of exposure to her extended sun kissed lower limbs - which were clad in a stylish pair of leather emblazoned footwear by none other than the noted British fashion designer Stella McCartney. It would seem that the mostly black shoes, which featured a contrasting statement wooden panel details at the heels and some thick white soles, were a high end fashion nod to the classic old school sneakers - Etnies or Sketchers come to mind. The London born California girl put the finishing touch on her outfit with a leather shoulder purse in copper that went altogether well with the color of the wedges of her lace up pumps.



The striking good looker, who landed her first major gig as an actress in the 2014 American psychological thriller "Gone Girl," in which she portrayed the role of Andie Fitzgerald (a college student that get involved in an affair with her teacher Nick Dunne - played by Ben Affleck), recently landed on the cover of the United Kingdom's edition of GQ, in which she brought to light that although she does not regret taking part in the headline making "Blurred Lines" music video - which she initially declined in fear of being labeled as a music video model - she would more than likely have to think twice about doing it again.



On the front of the popular London based men's magazine, the "It Girl" of social media is seen posing against a white backdrop whiled donned in an all black ensemble which features a decolletage flaunting scoop neckline, and rocking a black pair of fingerless patent leather gloves as she bites on a metal chain and gives the camera a seductive stare. The enticing portrait was taken by the well known Peruvian fashion photographer Mario Testino, with fashion styling carried out to perfection by the recognized British stylist Katie Grand.

Speaking of the music video that catapulted her to international stardom, Ratajkowski said she does not at all find it sexist and degrading to women as many people (namely feminists) have made it out to be. "I didn't feel objectified when I was making it." the multi talented dazzler revealed in the publication's September 2015 number. "I felt like I was having a lot of fun as a sexual person." But she added; "I think I've done enough nudity now that I don't really need to do "Blurred Lines" again. Like, if someone asked me to do it now, I'd probably say no."

The main reason why Ratajkowski has decided to cut back on over exposing too much of her famous body has to do with her rising career as an actress, and the kinds of film roles that she is on the pursuit for. "I have some serious criteria for what I'm looking for in a role which has really fucked me," the sizzling cover star told the British Gentleman's Quarterly. "The ones that I really want have to be a really interesting script and story and usually the girl is ugly."

"When people google my name they see this bikini sex symbol kind of thing and they're scared to cast [me] as anything but that," Ratajkowski, who had a cameo appearance in the 2015 American comedy drama motion picture "Entourage" (which is based on the popular HBO television series of the same name), continued. "So I'm taking a long and I hope, high road of basically wanting parts that I'm most excited about, which can be really … annoying."

For her most recent take on a Hollywood flick, the breath taking clothes horse turned movie starlet is slated to portray the role of Sophie in the upcoming upcoming 2015 American music related drama film "We Are Your Friends." Her character will reportedly be the love interest of Zac Efron's character Cole Carter, a twenty three year old DJ who struggles in the electronic dance music scene and has dreams of becoming a major record producer. The motion picture will hit the box office on the twenty eight of August in the United Kingdom and the United States simultaneously.

By Theo