She has followed a grand celebrity tradition and launched her own swimwear line.
And Emily Ratajkowski was hard at work plugging a burgundy edition of her company Inamorata’s $160 Leucadia swimsuit of a Tuesday.
The 27-year-old modeling sensation fired up her Instagram page and posed up a storm in the backless one-piece for her 18.8 million followers.
Letting her wavy dark hair tumble freely to nearly obscure her hoop earrings, she turned about in a video to offer a view of the swimsuit from multiple sides.
The Leucadia’s neckline fell far enough to offer not only a generous glimpse of her cleavage, but also of her enviably flat midriff.
Lower down, the swimsuit played up her derriere, as Emily indicated when she turned away from the camera to face the white backdrop.
Shooting her best supermodel smoldering stare over her shoulder, the Westminster-born I Feel Pretty actress at one point arced one of her shapely legs.
Emily, who has a penchant for showing off her figure on red carpets and social media, told the June issue of Marie Claire her breasts are ‘a key to my sexuality.’
The Gone Girl supporting player told the magazine: ‘Boobs are funny. They hurt sometimes, and sometimes they’re the thing that makes me feel the most powerful.’
‘I remember there was some article like: “Emily Ratajkowski Is the Mozart of Breasts.” What was so bad is someone sent it to my dad, who sent it to me,’ she recalled.
‘My dad still sees me as a little kid. I love my boobs. I love other people’s boobs. Boobs are kind of great,’ rhapsodized the I Feel Pretty actress.
The actress, who while showing Vogue around her vast apartment in 2015 said she was for a platform to ‘redistribute wealth in this country,’ is newly married.
Emily made a splash with her surprise courthouse marriage to producer Sebastian Bear-McClard in New York in February, wearing a $200 Zara trouser suit.
Though they only became a couple weeks before the wedding, a source told Us Weekly that ‘Emily has known Sebastian for years.’
The London-born model and actress recalled to Marie Claire: “People came after my marriage, like: “Wow. I give it three weeks.” I’m like: “What?”‘
Emily groused: ‘No one can take women seriously on any choices that they make, especially if they’re unique to them and they don’t play into the way we think women should get married. It’s a constant writing-off.’