Well, she is among the best dressed, whether in her pant suit or in her undies. Emily Ratajkowski of “Gone Girl” was listed on Fashion & Beauty’s best dressed list for 2014 for her cool black pantsuit she wore at the 18th annual Hollywood Film Awards in November. But that maybe was not enough for her. She perhaps didn’t want to be recognized for her taste of clothing, but for her beautiful body.
Ratajkowski put a picture of herself on Instagram in only her underwear while taking a break indoors during her holiday in Malibu. This was tame in comparison to the Instagram photos she shot topless (okay, she made her hands into a bra by crossing them in front of her chest) and was almost in the buff for Love magazine’s calendar, as reported by Huffington Post. Then again, she did start her career with the explicit video “Blurred Lines” for the hit song by Robin Thicke, so it isn’t surprising. Her modeling career has been diverse, from straight-laced retail ads to arthouse erotica and high fashion. In 2012, she graced the cover of the erotic magazine, “Treats!.”
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Emily Ratajkowski’s father is of Polish and Irish descent and her maternal grandfather was a Polish Jewish immigrant to America. Her mother, the writer and English professor Kathleen Balgley, whom Emily describes as a “feminist and intellectual, ” teaches at the San Diego Jewish Academy. When asks how she defines her background, Emily responded she is “Polish and Israeli, ” although she has not yet visited Israel.