Emily Ratajkowski showed off her toned curves as she strolled around New York on Friday in a very sheer slip dress.
The model, 31, who always makes a fashion statement when she steps out, took advantage of the warm spring temperatures in the Big Apple.
She appeared to be wearing only a black bra and panties under the see-through dress with a black, brown, and white Burberry check.
The runway veteran had styled her brown hair into long, straight locks with a curtain fringe in the front.
The California beauty’s makeup looked friendly during the day with a natural pink lip.
Curves: Emily Ratajkowski, 31, showed off her toned curves as she strolled around New York on Friday in a very sheer slip dress. She appeared to be wearing only a black bra and panties under the see-through dress with a black, brown, and white Burberry check.
Chic: She accessorized with a pair of gold hoop earrings and a gold nameplate necklace
She accessorized with a pair of gold hoop earrings and a gold nameplate necklace.
The Gone Girl actress carried a small tan leather shoulder bag and completed her look with a pair of western boots and dark sunglasses.
The popular cover model is starting to diversify and create other streams of income and influence beyond the catwalk with her 30 million followers.
She has teamed up with the high-end Mirror Palais to create a collection of swimsuits through her Inamorata line.
The collection is so popular that many pieces have been sold out and restocked.
“Your favorite set is back in stock,” Inamorata posted on Instagram Friday morning alongside photos of her in a baby white T-shirt and shorts with green trim.
“Pre-order NOW the second release of our sold-out Mirror Palais x INAMORATA collection.”
The single mom, who shares her son Sylvester, two, with ex-husband Sebastian Bear-McClard, 42, shared a clip from her interview with comedian Hannah Berner, 31, on a recent episode of her High Low with Emrata podcast.
Boots: The Gone Girl actress wore a small tan leather shoulder bag and completed her look with a pair of western boots and dark sunglasses
The discussion, which was recorded in front of an audience in New York, covered a wide variety of topics, including whether one should marry for money.
“I feel like Gen Z’s really take men out of their lives,” said the Giggly Squad member.
“Yeah they do,” Emily agreed, “but they always talk about ‘take the bag girls’ because men will never give you anything, so you should at least secure the bag – get the food, get the… . whatever.
“And I don’t know because I’m in my thirties here and I see how my friends who married for money regret it.
Because you know what, first of all, the economy is bad, so these guys are losing their money, you just can’t rely on them.’
Those crypto kings, they’re shaking,’ Hannah chimed in.
“But also, honey, even the stock market,” the My Body author continued, “if, they’re shaking in their boots.”
“My best friend Paige’s mom, to pay her respects,” the funny lady added, “her favorite quote was, ‘If you marry for money, you’ll work for the rest of your life.’ How powerful is that?’
Emily also admitted an interest in becoming a stand-up comic, especially after seeing Hannah on stage.
Podcast: Emily is the host of the High Low podcast and revealed in a recent episode that her listeners often message her or stop her on the street with questions about sex
Collaboration: The popular cover has teamed up with high-end Mirror Palais to create a collection of swimwear through her Inamorata line. The collection is so popular that many pieces, like this baby t-shirt and booty shorts, have been sold out and restocked
“I told you I have a problem, a mental health problem, I think I would be good at stand-up comedy.”
“After I looked at you… because I thought, ‘Oh, she made that look so easy and great and natural.’
Emily revealed that her openness about sex and dating has led many of her fans to write to her or stop her on the street to share their experiences.
“You’re opening up a conversation that will lead to more fulfilling relationships in general, and like, happier kids and things like that, a better society,” she claimed.
And maybe not everyone sees that right away, but I think that’s the beauty of comedy, and again, why I’m doing stand-up.’