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Emily Ratajkowski Body Measurements Bra Size Height Weight Age Vital Statistics Search by category: Athletes Body Measurements Actors Actresses Athletes Media Personality Models Musicians Public Figure Social Media Star Events Family Tree Fashion Film & TV Actors Actresses Music Net Worth News Politics About Us Privacy Policy Cookie Policy Home Celeb Favorite Things Actors Actresses Singers Models Athletes Politicians Celeb Family Tree Body Measurements Actors Actresses Models Athletes Musicians Public Figure Social Media Star Media Personality Models Home » Body Measurements » Models » Emily Ratajkowski Body Measurements Bra Size Height Weight Vital Statistics Emily Ratajkowski Body Measurements Bra Size Height Weight Vital Statistics The American model and actress, Emily Ratajkowski was born on June 7, 1991, to Kathleen Balgley and John David Ratajkowski. She became interested in modeling and acting at a pretty young age and decided to pursue her career in both fields simultaneously. The breakthrough of her career came in 2013 when she appeared in the music video for Robin Thicke’s hit song “Blurred Lines”. The song reached at number one position on music charts in several countries and immediately turned Emily into an internationally renowned celebrity. With this big break, she soon began to gain major success in both modeling and acting careers. Along with starting to work with top fashion brands, Ratajkowski made an appearance in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and also landed on the covers of famous magazines like FHM, GQ, and Cosmopolitan. While in her professional acting career, her first major film role of her was in Gone Girl (2014) after which she appeared in a couple of more movies along with different television shows. As far as her personal life is concerned, Emily Ratajkowski briefly dated Andrew Dryden till February 2014 after which she has been linked with musician Jeff Magid. In 2018, she married actor Sebastian Bear-McClard but they separated in 2022. Emily Ratajkowski Personal Details: Complete Name: Emily O’Hara Ratajkowski Nicknames: Emily Date of Birth: June 7, 1991 Birthplace: Westminster, London, England Nationality: American Occupation: Actress, Model Zodiac Sign: Gemini Eye Color: Brown Hair Color: Brown Emily Ratajkowski Body Measurements Height Weight Stats Emily Ratajkowski Family Details: Father: John David Ratajkowski Mother: Kathleen Balgley Siblings: None Spouse: Sebastian Bear-McClard (m. 2018–2022) Children: Sylvester Apollo Bear (Son) Emily Ratajkowski Relationships History: Andrew Dryden (2013-2014) Jeff Magid (2014-2018) Sebastian Bear-McClard (2018–2022) Emily Ratajkowski Career Highlights: Debut Music Video: “Fast Car” by Taio Cruz (2012) First Film: Andrew’s Alteration (2004) First TV Show: iCarly (2009) Emily Ratajkowski Body Measurements: Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski body measurements are listed below including her weight, height, bust, hip, waist, bra cup, dress, and shoe size. Height in Feet: 5′ 7′′ Height in Centimeters: 170 cm Weight in Kilograms: 54 kg Weight in Pounds: 119 pounds Bra Size: 32C Cup Size: C Shoe Size: 9 (US) Dress Size: 2 (US) Body Measurements: 35-24-34 Emily Ratajkowski Interesting Facts: After recognizing her talent, Emily was signed by Ford Models at the age of just 14. Although she loves to eat, Emily Ratajkowski says she’s a terrible cook. She earned international fame through her appearance in the music video for Robin Thicke’s popular song “Blurred Lines”. Related Articles Models Havana Rose Liu Body Measurements Height Weight Shoe Size Facts by Sam Adams November 1, 2023 Models Georgina Chapman Body Measurements Height Weight Vital Statistics by Sam Adams September 20, 2023 Models Jennifer Flavin Body Measurements Height Weight Bra Size Age Facts Family Wiki by Sam Adams September 11, 2023 Post Comment Cancel replyComment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. 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Emily RatajkowskiEmily Ratajkowski apparaissant dans une vidéo Vogue en 2023.BiographieNaissance 7 juin 1991 (32 ans)WestminsterNom de naissance Emily O’Hara RatajkowskiNationalité américaineFormation Université de Californie à Los AngelesSan Dieguito Academy (en)Activités Actrice, mannequinPériode d’activité depuis 2004Autres informationsA travaillé pour Ford ModelsTaille 1,7 mPoids 52 kgCheveux Cheveux châtainsYeux Marron foncé (d)Représentée par Ford ModelsSite web (en) www.emrata.commodifier – modifier le code – modifier Wikidata Emily Ratajkowski [ˈɛməli ˌrætəˈkaʊski][1], également connue sous le pseudonyme EmRata, est une mannequin, actrice et auteure américaine, née le 7 juin 1991 à Londres. Née de parents polono-américains et principalement élevée en Californie, elle s’est fait connaître du grand public en apparaissant seins nus dans le clip Blurred Lines de Robin Thicke en 2013. Emily Ratajkowski apparaît en couverture du magazine érotique Treats! de mars 2012, ce qui lui vaut d’être invitée dans deux clips : Blurred Lines et Love Somebody. Elle apparaît ensuite en 2014 et en 2015 dans le magazine Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Emily Ratajkowski fait ses débuts en tant que mannequin professionnelle en 2015, défilant pour : Marc Jacobs à la New York Fashion Week, Miu Miu à la Paris Fashion Week, Bottega Veneta, Dolce & Gabbana et Versace à la Fashion Week de Milan. Elle fait une apparition dans une publicité pour Buick pendant la mi-temps du Super Bowl 50. Elle devient l’égérie de plusieurs marques telles que : DKNY, Kerastase, DL1961, Paco Rabanne et The Frye Company. Elle collabore avec d’autres marques comme The Kooples avec qui elle crée une ligne de sac à main. En août 2017, Emily Ratajkowski crée une marque de maillots de bain et de sous-vêtements nommée Inamorata. Elle interprète son premier rôle d’actrice à San Diego, dans la série iCarly. Sa première participation à un long-métrage, dans Gone Girl, a lieu en 2014. Par la suite, elle interprète des rôles dans les films Entourage, We Are Your Friends et I Feel Pretty. Elle se définit comme féministe, recevant à la fois des soutiens et des critiques. Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] Jeunesse[modifier | modifier le code] Emily O’Hara Ratajkowski[2] est née le 7 juin 1991 à Londres[3]. Elle est fille unique[4] et ses parents, Kathleen Anne Bagley[5],[6],[7] et John David Ratajkowski[8],[9], sont américains. Sa mère, étudiante à l’Université de Californie à San Diego, a été conférencière en anglais à l’Université de Californie à Los Angeles et a enseigné la littérature américaine en Pologne avec le programme Fulbright[10]. Elle rencontre John Ratajkowski, peintre et professeur d’art, alors qu’ils étudient à la San Dieguito Academy d’Encinitas en Californie[11],[12]. Quand leur fille naît, ils ne sont pas mariés[13]. Emily Ratajkowski décrit sa mère comme féministe et intellectuelle[14]. La famille Ratajkowski a vécu à West Kesington et Bloomsbury, à Londres (Royaume-Uni)[15], avant de déménager à San Diego quand elle a 5 ans[8]. Cette dernière est élevée à proximité d’Encinitas[16]. Kathleen Bagley a enseigné à l’Université d’État polytechnique de Californie et en 2011, elle enseigne à la San Diego Jewish Academy[11]. John Ratajkowski est d’ascendances irlandaise, allemande et polonaise[17]. Son père est catholique et sa mère est juive. Emily Ratajkowski indique qu’elle dispose d’un héritage tiré de ses racines polonaises et d’Israël[11],[12]. Avant de quitter Londres, elle est attirée par le théâtre[18]. Elle fait ses premiers pas de comédienne à l’âge de 5 ans, se mettant en scène pour sa famille. Pour son tout premier rôle, elle interprète Elsa dans The Little Match Girl à la North Coast Repertory Theatre School[19]. En 2004, elle joue le rôle d’Harriet dans Harriet Potter et le trône d’Apple worth, la production interactive du Lyceum Theatre[20]. Emily Ratajkowski s’essaie au football, au théâtre et à la danse avant de devenir mannequin[2]. Emily Ratajkowski fréquente des plages nudistes en Europe avec ses parents durant sa jeunesse[8]. Exposée aux photographies de femmes nues et à l’art pendant ses années d’écoles, ainsi qu’au travail de son père y compris celui des photographes Helmut Newton et Herb Ritts, elle est préparée au travail nu. Elle est à l’aise avec la nudité et déclare : « Nous avons cette culture d’hommes, en particulier de regarder de la pornographie, mais ils sont offensés par un portrait ou une photo de nudité classique. Je ne me suis jamais sentie ainsi[21]. » Elle est également influencée par la troisième vague féministe et par les livres Quand la beauté fait mal et Promiscuities de Naomi Wolf[22]. Débuts professionnels[modifier | modifier le code] Emily Ratajkowski rencontre et signe avec un agent artistique qui contacte l’agence Ford Models[19]. Après avoir signé, à l’âge de 14 ans, elle pose pour des chaînes de magasins comme Kohl’s et Nordstrom[8]. À 15 ans, elle commence à auditionner pour des rôles chez Disney et dans la série iCarly ; mais ne se sent pas concernée par ses personnages, les décrivant « comme des archétypes qui mettent en scène des filles pré-pubères et des pom-pom girls garces » [18],[23]. Après deux rôles au cinéma, Emily Ratajkowski apparaît dans la troisième saison d’iCarly sur Nickelodéon dans le rôle de Tasha, la petite-amie de Gibby[24]. En 2009, Emily Ratajkowski fréquente l’Université de Californie à Los Angeles pendant un an, et sans terminer ses études, elle décide de devenir mannequin à temps plein[8]. Elle trouve que l’enseignement des beaux-arts à l’école d’art et d’architecture de l’UCLA ne lui convient pas, elle le trouve trop orienté vers l’art conceptuel, et elle ne se sent pas libre[25]. Après des campagnes avec le photographe Tony Duran[12], Emily Ratajkowski pose de plus en plus dans les magazines de mode et fait pour la première fois la couverture entièrement nue du magazine érotique Treats! en mars 2012[26]. C’est à la suite de cette couverture de magazine, qu’on lui confie des rôles dans les clips de Blurred Lines et Love Somebody. Emily Ratajkowski tourne dans de nombreuses publicités avec Nikon et Carl’s Jr, dont de nombreuses versions de publicités en 2012 pour Carl’s Jr avec Sara Jean Underwood[27],[28]. Elle pose nue ou habillée dans des magazines, notamment avec Jonathan Leder en 2012[29]. Elle travaille aussi avec la marque Frederick’s of Hollywood, apparaissant dans deux vidéos : une en 2011 pour la Saint-Valentin et une en 2012 pour les vacances, devenant les vidéos les plus populaires de la chaîne Youtube de la société[30]. Elle travaille avec le photographe Tony Kelly pour la couverture de GQ Turquie en mars 2013[31]. Clips musicaux[modifier | modifier le code] Elle apparaît seins nus dans le clip de Blurred Lines de Robin Thicke, T.I. et Pharrell Williams en 2013[32]. Auparavant, elle est sélectionnée dans deux autres clips : Fast Car de Taio Cruz, sorti le 5 novembre 2012 et Love Somebody du groupe Maroon 5, sorti deux mois après le clip de Blurred Lines[33],[34],[2]. Love Somebody, tourné le 16 janvier et Blurred Lines ont tous les deux été produits en 2013[35],[36]. Le clip de Love Somebody est sorti le 21 mai 2013 et est réalisé par Rich Lee[37]. Le clip montre Adam Levine, torse nu, utilisant la technologie inversée du fond vert pour appliquer de la peinture sur Emily Ratajkowski. En se touchant, ils se dévoilent[38],[39]. Robin Thicke l’avait repérée grâce à la couverture de Treats!, un cliché que le New York Times décrit comme « une photo en noir et blanc artistiquement composé d’Emily Ratajkowski complètement nue, avec ses genoux collés à sa poitrine »[26] et convainc la réalisatrice Diane Martel de l’auditionner pour le clip de Blurred Lines[40]. Selon Martel, elle semblait intelligente et incroyablement belle[8]. Le clip sort le 20 mars 2013[41], le 28 mars, une version explicite est postée, Emily Ratajkowski apparaît seins nus[42],[43]. Le clip Blurred Lines est controversé : la vidéo est perçue comme sexiste et dégradant pour l’image des femmes[41]. Certains pensent que les paroles encouragent le viol[44], tandis que d’autres, désapprouvent, affirmant que les paroles soutiennent le pouvoir féminin et la liberté sexuelle[45],[46]. Diane Martel défend Emily Ratajkowski : « C’est vraiment, vraiment très drôle et subtilement ridicule »[47]. Emily Ratajkowski ne pense pas que la vidéo soit sexiste, affirmant que les producteurs avaient un certain sens de l’humour et du sarcasme : « Ils ont pris quelque chose, qui sur le papier semble vraiment misogyne et sexiste, mais l’ont rendu plus intéressant »[25],[48]. Elle dit aussi que la chanson lui a donné l’occasion de dire ce qu’elle ressent à propos du féminisme d’aujourd’hui et des femmes en général dans la pop culture[21]. Pendant le tournage, elle ne s’est pas sentie prise pour un objet et a adoré jouer de manière sexuelle[49]. L’attention portée à la nudité dans cette vidéo, dit-elle, montre que l’Amérique n’a pas beaucoup progressé et elle pense que la société réprime la sexualité, ce qui est négatif pour les hommes comme pour les femmes[50]. La chanson est devenue chanson numéro 1 en 2013 dans les charts de musique dans plusieurs pays : Canada[51], Irlande[52], Pays-Bas[53], Nouvelle-Zélande[54] et le Royaume-Uni[55]. Bien qu’elle soit numéro 2 dans le chart US Billboard Hot 100 en fin d’année[56], la chanson se place ensuite numéro 1 pendant 20 semaines consécutives, battant ainsi la chanson Uptown Funk de Bruno Mars qui n’était restée en tête que 14 semaines en 2015[57],[58]. Carrière[modifier | modifier le code] Le clip Blurred Lines rend Emily Ratajkowski populaire au point d’atteindre le statut de sex-symbol[59]. En octobre 2013, le magazine Esquire la nomme femme de l’année après que les fans aient voté en ligne face à Jennifer Lawrence[60]. En décembre, le magazine Rolling Stones la place dans une liste de 20 sex-symbols hommes et femmes les plus « canons »[59]. En février 2014, le magazine Sport Illustrated en fait l’une de ses 12 nouvelles recrues pour les 50 ans du magazine[61],[62],[63]. En avril 2014, le magazine FHM la place quatrième femme la plus sexy du monde[64]. La même année, le magazine Maxim inclut le mannequin en 62e place de son top hot 100[65],[66]. AskMen la place troisième femme la plus désirable de 2014[67].Emily Ratajkowski en 2014. Elle fait la couverture du magazine CR Fashion Book de juillet 2013, incluant des scènes érotiques avec le mannequin Karlie Kloss et des mannequins hommes, photographiés par Bruce Weber[68]. Le 24 juin, elle apparaît seins nus pour la couverture du magazine américain GQ de juillet 2014, photographiée par Michael Thompson (en)[69],[70]. Elle commence à jouer dans quelques films. Elle joue le rôle d’Andie Fitzgerald, la maîtresse du personnage de Ben Affleck, dans le film de David Fincher, Gone Girl, inspiré du roman de Gilian Flynn en 2014[71],[72]. Ben Affleck a encouragé David Fincher à prendre le mannequin après avoir vu le clip de Blurred Lines[21]. Elle a dans ce film le rôle d’une femme manipulatrice et fourbe, un rôle qui l’amène d’après The San Diego Union-Tribune à révéler une aptitude d’actrice au jeu nuancé[4],[73],[74]. Après l’avant-première de Gone Girl au Festival du Film de New York[75],[76], elle fait la couverture du magazine Cosmopolitan en novembre 2014[77]. Le 30 octobre 2014, elle apparaît dans la bande-annonce du jeu Call Of Duty : Advanced Warfare avec Taylor Kitsch[78],[79]. Elle fait une apparition pour le calendrier de l’avent du magazine LOVE en décembre 2014[80]. Emily Ratajkowski apparaît comme couverture du magazine FHM en février 2015 mais tweet que la photo a été utilisée sans son consentement[81],[82],[83],[84]. Elle débute dans le cinéma en 2015, dans le film Entourage, ayant pour rôle une version fictive d’elle-même[85]. Son apparition a été vivement critiquée, allant de « moins que convaincant » par The Hollywood Reporter à « étrangement réaliste » par The Philadelphia Inquier[86],[87]. Le site internet Grantland décrit son rôle et son apparition avec un sarcasme cinglant[88]. Elle participe aussi, en 2015, au casting de la mini-série The Spoils Before Dying et fait une apparition dans un épisode[89],[90],[91],[92]. Cette apparition est favorablement critiquée par le site internet The A.V. Club[93]. Elle obtient son premier rôle aux côtés de Zac Efron dans le film We Are Your Friends, un drame musical sorti en août 2015, et fait partie de la promotion du film en Europe et en Amérique du Nord[94],[95]. Dans le film, elle incarne Sophie, ancienne étudiante à l’université de Stanford, amoureuse du personnage incarné par Zac Effron et est la petite amie et l’assistante personnelle du personnage de Wes Bentley[96],[97]. Son apparition cinématographique reçoit des critiques mitigées. Alonso Duralde de TheWrap décrit le rôle comme « mince »[98],[99], de même que Ty Burr du Boston Globe qui déclare que la performance d’Emily Ratajkowski est « incroyablement terne »[98], tandis que Nell Minow de Beliefnet déclare qu’elle « pose plus qu’elle ne joue son rôle d’actrice »[100]. Kyle Smith du New York Post décrit sa performance comme « discrètement séduisante » et Jordan Hoffman du New York Daily News comme « époustouflante et douce »[101],[102]. Robbie Collin (en), du Daily Telegraph, et le site Grantland soulignent les capacités de danse rythmique et le sex-appeal d’Emily, comme vu précédemment dans Blurred Lines[103],[104]. Au moment de la sortie du film We Are Your Friends, elle apparaît en couverture des magazines : Grazia France[105], British GQ[106], Harper by Harper’s Bazaar[107], InStyle UK[108] et InStyle Australia[109]. Elle fait une apparition en tant que présentatrice pour les MTV Video Music Awards en 2015[110],[111]. La couverture de British GQ est photographiée par Mario Testino, qui produit aussi un court-métrage avec le mannequin pour promouvoir le magazine sur le site internet[112]. Quelque temps après, en septembre, elle fait ses débuts en défilant pour Marc Jacobs lors de la collection Printemps/Été 2016 à la New York Fashion Week[113],[114]. Cette apparition contribue à la placer numéro 1 du top 12 des Breakout Beauty Stars par Vogue[115]. Pour la collection Automne/Hiver 2016, elle défile pour Miu-Miu à la Paris Fashion Week[116],[117]. Elle a exprimé le désir de briser les barrières pour les mannequins petites, avec des courbes en déclarant : « Vous n’avez pas besoin de faire 1,75 m et avoir un bonnet A pour être mannequin. »[118] En mai 2016, elle apparaît dans le clip russe inseparables avec le photographe Dima Bilan[119],[120]. Emily Ratajkowski fait la couverture alternative du magazine Vogue Allemagne pour le mois d’août 2016 avec Stella Maxwell, Irina Shayk, Lily Aldridge et Rosie Huntington-Whiteley[121]. Aux côtés de Joan Smalls et Kate Upton, elle pose pour le magazine Glamour en couverture du mois d’octobre[122]. L’histoire de cette couverture, qui a été réalisée par Carter Smith, comprend un essai du mannequin, révélant qu’elle est devenue une activiste qui se considère à la fois sexuelle et sérieuse avec des ambitions non-conflictuelles[123]. Elle apparaît dans un épisode de la saison 1 dans la série Netflix, Easy, le 22 septembre 2016[124],[125]. Le 20 octobre, elle est une invitée-juge pour un épisode de la saison 15 de Project Runway[126]. En 2017, elle fait la promotion du Fyre Festival sur le réseau social Instagram, un festival de musique censé promouvoir l’application Fyre, qui est finalement un « ravage », avec les mannequins Kendall Jenner, Hailey Baldwin, Bella Hadid et Rose Bertram[127]. Elle rapporte avoir été la seule à ajouter le hashtag « #ad », mais qu’elle a supprimé le post depuis[128],[129]. Le Federal Trade Commission a dit qu’utiliser cet hashtag ne servait que si les posts avaient été rémunérés et que le hashtag seul, n’était pas suffisant[129],[130]. Sacs Emily By The Kooples. En juillet 2017, après avoir défilé pour la marque française The Kooples pour la collection Automne/Hiver 2017, elle collabore avec la marque pour concevoir 38 sacs[131]. La version initiale, Emily By The Kooples, est sortie avec six couleurs et un sac en cuir The Emily Bag[132],[133]. Les sacs sont fabriqués en Italie et représentent la première incursion de The Kooples[134],[135]. Un mois plus tard, elle apparaît en couverture du magazine Allure[136],[137], du magazine britannique Glamour[138] et pose nue pour le magazine Love, photographiée par Patrick Demarchelier[139]. Emily Ratajkowski joue le rôle de Jessica Weintraub, aux côtés de Spencer Boldman, dans le film Cruise, écrit et réalisé par Robert Siegel[140]. Elle fait aussi partie du casting pour le film Sous la ville aux côtés de Natalie Dormer, Ed Skrein et Stacy Martin[141]. Elle obtient un rôle pour le film Welcome Home aux côtés de l’acteur Aaron Paul[142]. Le 23 septembre, elle défile à la Milan Fashion Week pour Bottega Veneta[143],[144]. Un mois plus tard, elle révèle qu’elle travaille avec un coach pour apprendre le français et l’italien pour le film Lying and Stealing[145]. Le 1er novembre, le rappeur Tyga dévoile un teaser non officiel de 60 secondes pour le clip de Tequila Kisses mettant en vedette Emily Ratajkowski[146]. Le mannequin apparaît simplement dans la version bonus du clip[147]. Le 4 novembre, le rappeur supprime cet extrait de son compte Instagram à la suite des plaintes du mannequin, selon lesquelles les vidéos provenaient d’un lookbook qu’elle avait fait avec Philip Lopez en 2013[148],[149]. En 2018, Emily Ratajkowski joue dans le film I Feel Pretty aux côtés de la comédienne Amy Schumer[150]. Le 29 mars, elle fait partie de la série Bright Future diffusée sur NBC[151],[152]. La série est comparée à Friends et How I Met Your Mother[153]. Elle est en couverture du magazine Marie Claire pour le mois de juin[154]. En 2019, le film Lying and Stealing met en vedette Emily Ratajkowski et l’acteur Theo James[155],[156]. Le 21 avril, elle apparaît en bikini aux côtés d’un lapin, célébrant Pâques pour le Love Magazine[157],[158]. En juin, une collaboration entre le mannequin et le site Nastygal voit le jour sous le nom de Nasty Gal x EmRata[159],[160],[161]. Le mannequin lance un podcast intitulé HighLow with Emrata afin de laisser la parole à des célébrités féminines mais également à ses fans sur la sexualité, le féminisme, la vie monoparentale et d’autres sujets[162],[163]. En avril 2023, elle annonce mettre un terme à sa carrière comme actrice[164],[165],[166]. Image médiatique[modifier | modifier le code] Influence[modifier | modifier le code] Emily Ratajkowski en 2017. Emily Ratajkowski a beaucoup été mentionnée dans des listes et des sondages qui classe la mode dans les médias. Elle a été classée dans la liste Hot 100 du magazine Maxim en 2014 en 62e position et en 2015 en 2e position[167]. Le magazine AskMen l’a classée en 3e position des femmes les plus désirables en 2014, mais son classement a chuté à la 14e position en 2016[168],[169]. Quant à FHM, elle est classée en 14e position des femmes les plus sexy en 2014, une nouvelle fois, le magazine dans son classement annuel revoie la position de l’actrice à la 18e en 2015[170],[171]. Elle se classe dans la liste des femmes les mieux habillées pour Vogue Italie en 2015 et Harper’s Bazaar l’a classée dans sa liste des femmes les mieux habillées à la New York Fashion Week en 2016[172],[173]. Dans les revues respectives de We Are Your Friends, Richard Roeper (en) et Wesley Morris (en) disent qu’Emily Ratajkowski, une fois elle joue la séductrice, une fois elle échoue à montrer ses talents d’actrice[103],[174]. Féminisme et sexualité[modifier | modifier le code] Emily Ratajkowski décrit la pression qu’elle a subie étant plus jeune à propos de sa sexualité et de ses pensées sur l’autonomisation sexuelle des femmes, dans Lenny Letter de Lena Dunham le 16 février 2016[175],[176],[177]. Elle, Harper’s Bazaar et Esquire ont republié la lettre[178],[179],[180]. Plusieurs critiques la félicitent : Hailey Spencer de Glamour[181], Jenavieve Hatch du Huffington Post[182] et Rachel Moon du Daily Mirror[183]. Selon Nikki Kinstlinger du magazine Cosmopolitan[184] et Georgia Simmonds du magazine Marie Claire[185], le mannequin trouve l’autonomisation dans la définition et la possession de l’expression de sa sexualité et de son corps. Erin Coulehan, du site internet Salon, décrit l’identification de l’essai comme d’un catch 22 (en) sociétal dans lequel mettre en valeur la sexualité féminine qui peut « offenser, exciter ou créer l’envie » conduit à la critique et à la honte corporelle[186]. Isabella Silvers du magazine InStyle (en) convient que la sexualité féminine n’est pas toujours au profit de quelqu’un d’autre[187]. Charlotte Gill de The Independent admet qu’elle fait partie de la minorité trouvant la lettre « terne et décousue »[188]. Emily Ratajkowski défend Kim Kardashian des critiques lorsque cette dernière publie un selfie nue sur Instagram en mars 2016 en disant que « les femmes ont le droit d’exprimer leur sexualité et de partager leurs corps comme elles le choisissent »[189]. Ensuite, Kim Kardashian et Emily Ratajkowski plaident conjointement via les réseaux sociaux pour l’autonomisation sexuelle des femmes et contre la honte de leurs corps ; près d’un million de fans sur les réseaux sociaux ont réagi de manière positive et les médias en ont pris note[190],[191],[192]. À la suite de sa lettre et de sa déclaration sur les réseaux sociaux, la controverse au sujet de son féminisme s’accroît. Le journaliste Piers Morgan déclare que « la forme de féminisme d’Emily Ratajkowski est un affront déguisé au vrai féminisme », le qualifiant de charabia pseudo-féministe[193],[194]. Après un tweet de Piers Morgan écrivant « RIP Feminism » (« Le féminisme est mort ») à propos d’une photo de Ratajkowski posant à côté de Kim Kardashian[195], Heidi Stevens du Chicago tribune (en) et Helen Pankhurst du The Daily Telegraph déclarent « Emily Ratajkowski n’a ni tué, ni renforcé le féminisme »[195],[196]. Taylor Harris de Women’s Wear Daily questionne l’impact du féminisme d’Emily Ratajkowski[197]. Gill de The Independent remet en question le féminisme d’Emily Ratajkowski, affirmant que « ses activités professionnelles continuent à défendre les industries qui nous traitent comme des morceaux de viande »[188]. Heather Saul de The Independent écrit pour soutenir la jeune mannequin dans un article intitulé « Emily Ratajkowski est en train de devenir une voix féministe importante dans le débat sur la censure et la sexualité des femmes »[198]. Allie Jones du New York (magazine) appelle Emily Ratajkowski « la meilleure célébrité féministe »[199]. Selon un article de la page 6 du New York Post datant du 26 novembre 2016, 71 photographies prises par Leder en mai 2012 étaient en cours d’impression dans une publication par Imperial Publishing et exposée dans une galerie d’art à New York en février 2017[200]. Le 30 novembre 2016, Emily Ratajkowski tweet qu’elle figure dans la publication du photobook sans son consentement. New York (magazine) note qu’Emily Ratajkowski a prétendu que les images sont destinées à être utilisées dans un magazine d’art[201] tandis que USA Today note qu’elle a hésité à protester parce qu’elle ne veut pas donner de publicité à Leder[202]. En mars 2017, elle devient le visage de DKNY Intimates[203]. En août, elle devient le visage de la marque DL1961 jeans[204]. Elle devient aussi le visage de la marque The Frye Company pour leur campagne publicitaire d’automne 2017[205]. En septembre 2017, la jeune mannequin conteste l’édition de la couverture du magazine Madame Figaro incluse dans l’édition de Le Figaro le 16 septembre[206],[207]. Vogue publie un article le mois suivant sur Emily Ratajkowski pour son « excellence stylistique »[208]. En janvier 2018, le mannequin lance une campagne de mode avec Inez & Vinoodh comme nouvelle ambassadrice pour la marque Kerastase[209]. Vogue note que la publicité pour Kerastase est la première campagne de beauté d’Emily Ratajkowski[210]. En mars 2018, elle décroche sa première campagne de parfum comme visage de la ligne de parfum féminin de Paco Rabanne[211],[212]. Elle gagne le prix Inspire à l’Université de Californie du Sud à leur cérémonie d’inauguration en mars 2018[213],[214]. Emily Ratajkowski recueille des fonds, fait des annonces d’intérêts publics et s’engage dans un court-métrage faisant la promotion de la reproduction et de la vie sexuelle pour Planned Parenthood[215],[216]. Son implication attire les foudres des défenseurs du droit à la vie tels que le National Right to Life Committee[217]. Elle dit qu’elle possède la liberté d’expression sexuelle « tout en restant féministe » et s’exprime avec énergie tout en utilisant sa célébrité pour soutenir l’autonomisation des femmes et la sexualité des femmes[218],[219]. Amanda Hess, de Slate, émet des doutes, se demandant si elle est vraiment une féministe ou une opportuniste exploitant le féminisme[220]. Fin 2020, elle publie un essai dans le magazine The Cut où elle narre la façon dont son image est utilisée sans son autorisation[221]. Elle détaille également avoir été violée par le photographe Jonathan Leder[222]. En novembre 2021, elle publie son premier livre intitulé My Body[223]. Le livre est présenté comme « une exploration personnelle du féminisme, de la sexualité et du pouvoir, de la manière des hommes de traiter les femmes et de la manière qu’ont les femmes d’accepter ce traitement »[224]. Elle accuse le chanteur Robin Thicke de l’avoir aggripée par la poitrine nue devant l’équipe de tournage du clip Blurred Lines, propos confirmés par la réalisatrice Diane Martel[225],[226], et relate un viol par son premier petit ami[227]. Politique[modifier | modifier le code] À la veille des primaires démocrates du New Hampshire en février 2016, Emily Ratajkowski prend la parole lors d’un rassemblement de Bernie Sanders pour soutenir sa campagne[228],[229],[230]. L’un des principaux points de son discours et de son activité sur les réseaux sociaux, est de contrer la déclaration de Gloria Steinem, selon laquelle de jeunes sympathisantes de Bernie Sanders sont impliquées dans la campagne pour rencontrer de potentiels partenaires sexuels masculins[231],[232]. En octobre 2018, Emily Ratajkowski et Amy Schumer sont arrêtées après avoir manifesté devant la Cour suprême des États-Unis contre la nomination de Brett Kavanaugh[233],[234]. Vie privée[modifier | modifier le code] En août 2014, Emily Ratajkowski est victime d’une importante fuite de photos personnelles dénudées, dérobées sur l’iCloud[235],[236]. En décembre 2014, Us Weekly confirme qu’elle fréquente le musicien Jeff Magid[237]. Début 2018, la presse indique qu’ils se sont séparés[238]. Le 23 février 2018, le mannequin annonce sur Instagram qu’elle s’est mariée avec Sebastian Bear-McClard, son petit ami depuis quelques semaines, une union surprise officialisée civilement au tribunal de New York[239]. Le 20 juillet 2022, après 4 ans de mariage, le couple se sépare en raison d’infidélités[240],[241]. Elle révèle via le magazine Vogue être enceinte de son premier enfant en octobre 2020. Elle donne naissance à son premier enfant, le 8 mars 2021[242]. Filmographie[modifier | modifier le code] Sauf indication contraire ou complémentaire, les informations mentionnées dans cette section peuvent être confirmées par la base de données IMDb. Cinéma[modifier | modifier le code] 2004 : Andrew’s Alteration (court métrage) de Sidney Franklin : jeune fille 2014 : Gone Girl de David Fincher : Andie Fitzgerald 2015 : Entourage de Doug Ellin : elle-même 2015 : We Are Your Friends de Max Joseph : Sophie 2018 : La Part obscure (In Darkness) de Anthony Byrne : Véronique 2018 : I Feel Pretty d’Abby Kohn et Marc Silverstein : Mallory 2018 : Welcome Home (en) de George Ratliff : Cassie 2018 : Cruise de Robert D. Siegel (en) : Jessica Weintraub 2019 : Arnaqueurs associés (en) (Lying and Stealing) de Matt Aselton : Elyse Tibaldi Télévision[modifier | modifier le code] 2009 – 2010 : iCarly (2 épisodes) : Tasha 2015 : The Spoils Before Dying : l’agent Day 2016 : Easy (1 épisode) : Alison Lizowska Clips[modifier | modifier le code] 2012 : Fast Car (en) de Taio Cruz 2013 : Blurred Lines de Robin Thicke feat. T.I. et Pharrell Williams 2013 : Love Somebody de Maroon 5 2016 : Inseparable de Dima Bilan Publicité[modifier | modifier le code] 2014 : bande-annonce du jeu vidéo Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare 2017 : publicité The Kooples 2018 : publicité du parfum pour femme Pure XS de Paco Rabanne Notes et références[modifier | modifier le code] ↑ Prononciation en anglais américain retranscrite selon la norme API. Son patronyme provient du polonais [ratajˈkɔfskji]. ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a b et c (en-US) Andy Greene et Andy Greene, « 10 Things You Don’t Know About ‘Blurred Lines’ Model Emily Ratajkowski [archive] », sur Rolling Stone, 3 septembre 2013 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ The FMD- FashionModelDirectory.com, « Emily Ratajkowski – Fashion Model | Models | Photos, Editorials & Latest News | The FMD [archive] », sur The FMD – FashionModelDirectory.com (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a et b « WebCite query result », sur www.webcitation.org (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Kathleen Anne Balgley, Language as a Way of Knowing: The Epistemic Nature of Composing in Writing, University of California, San Diego, Department of Literature, 1986 (lire en ligne [archive]). ↑ « Margaret Balgley Obituary: View Margaret Balgley’s Obituary by San Diego Union-Tribune », sur web.archive.org, 29 septembre 2018 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) North County Times and Californian, « Obituaries – 7/02/2006 [archive] », sur sandiegouniontribune.com (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a b c d e et f (en-US) Bee Shapiro, « For Emily Ratajkowski, ‘Blurred Lines’ Brings a Career Path Into Focus », The New York Times,‎ 23 octobre 2013 (ISSN 0362-4331, lire en ligne [archive], consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Becca Endicott, « 5 Things to Know About Emily Ratajkowski (and her 40 Hottest Pictures) [archive] », sur StyleCaster, 31 mars 2014 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « Kathleen Bagley cv [archive] ». ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a b et c « La Jolla artist shares odyssey into Jewish literature via art – The Gotthelf Art Gallery located at the Jewish Community Center at 4126 Executive Drive is devoted to Jewish-themed art. For the second show of the season it is featuring an exhibitio… [archive] », sur www.sdnews.com (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a b et c « Stunning star of controversial music video reveals Irish roots – Independent.ie », sur web.archive.org, 21 août 2013 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski Talks Acting With Ben Affleck in ‘Gone Girl’ », sur web.archive.org, 23 mars 2016 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski Interview on Blurred Lines Video Controversy », sur archive.fo, 7 avril 2015 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski on sex, success and selfies with Kim Kardashian | ES Magazine | Lifestyle | London Evening Standard », sur web.archive.org, 24 mai 2016 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ Daniel Riley, « Emily Ratajkowski: The Bombshell of Summer | GQ », sur web.archive.org, 23 juin 2014 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) « Emily Ratajkowski strips down for swimwear campaign [archive] », sur The Sun, 21 juillet 2016 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a et b (en-US) Mona Kuhn, « Emily Ratajkowski Poses Naked for BAZAAR [archive] », sur Harper’s BAZAAR, 7 juillet 2016 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a et b « All About Emily Ratajkowski – Pre-Fall 2015 | Editorialist [archive] », sur editorialist.com (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Rated ‘g’ | The San Diego Union-Tribune », sur web.archive.org, 5 mars 2016 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a b et c « ‘Blurred Lines’ Model Emily Ratajkowski on Her Role in ‘Gone Girl’ », sur web.archive.org, 24 août 2015 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski Posed Nude for ‘Harper’s Bazaar,’ Piers Morgan Weighs In [archive] », sur The Hollywood Reporter (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Model Emily Ratajkowski on Getting Her Dream Role in Gone Girl | Vanity Fair [archive] », sur vanityfair.com, 19 février 2015 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Emily Ratajkowski [archive] », sur Vogue (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a et b Amy Kaufman, « Emily Ratajkowski gets serious about that ‘Blurred Lines’ video [archive] », sur latimes.com (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a et b « Treats! Issue 3 – Emily Ratajkowski [archive] », sur Treats! Magazine (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski Gets Saucy with Sara Underwood in Carl’s Jr Ad | Men’s Fitness », sur web.archive.org, 7 juillet 2014 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Watch The Uncut Version Of The Burger Commercial Featuring Playmate Sara Underwood [archive] », sur CINEMABLEND, 1er septembre 2012 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Lisa Ryan, « Emily Ratajkowski Slams Book of Previously Unreleased Nude Images As ‘Violation’ [archive] », sur The Cut (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Frederick’s of Hollywood – YouTube », sur web.archive.org, 22 février 2016 (consulté le 19 avril 2019) ↑ « GQ Turkey March 2013 Cover (GQ Turkey) [archive] », sur MODELS.com (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ RobinThickeVEVO, « Robin Thicke – Blurred Lines ft. T.I., Pharrell [archive] », 20 mars 2013 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Taio Cruz confirms new single ‘Fast Car’ – listen – Music News – Digital Spy », sur web.archive.org, 14 juillet 2014 (consulté le 19 avril 2019) ↑ TaioCruzVEVO, « Taio Cruz – Fast Car [archive] », 19 septembre 2012 (consulté le 19 avril 2019) ↑ Maroon 5, « Maroon 5- “Love Somebody” Behind The Scenes [archive] », 6 juin 2013 (consulté le 19 avril 2019) ↑ « Entourage film adds ‘Blurred Lines’ Emily Ratajkowski », sur web.archive.org, 3 mars 2016 (consulté le 19 avril 2019) ↑ (en) « Adam Levine Gets Shirtless And Messy In New Music Video [archive] », sur HuffPost, 22 mai 2013 (consulté le 19 avril 2019) ↑ « Maroon 5 Releases Paint-Drenched ‘Love Somebody’ Video « Q104 Cleveland », sur web.archive.org, 14 juillet 2014 (consulté le 19 avril 2019) ↑ « Maroon 5 – ‘Love Somebody’ (Official Video): Music Video – Capital FM », sur web.archive.org, 13 juillet 2014 (consulté le 19 avril 2019) ↑ Maroon5VEVO, « Maroon 5 – Love Somebody [archive] », 21 mai 2013 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a et b « WebCite query result [archive] », sur www.webcitation.org (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « ‘Blurred Lines’ Banned By YouTube As Robin Thicke’s Video Features Nude Models », sur web.archive.org, 1er juillet 2014 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Robin Thicke – Blurred Lines (Unrated Version) ft. T.I., Pharrell [archive] » (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « Robin Thicke’s sexism isn’t “blurry” [archive] », sur Salon, 27 juillet 2013 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Jennifer Lai, « “Blurred Lines” Is Cocky, Yes. But Rapey? No. [archive] », sur Slate Magazine, site web, 27 juin 2013 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Pharrell Williams On Juxtaposition And Seeing Sounds : The Record : NPR », sur web.archive.org, 27 mai 2015 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) Kia Makarechi, « ‘Blurred Lines’ Director Diane Martel Defends Music Video Against Claims Of Misogyny », Huffington Post,‎ 27 juin 2013 (lire en ligne [archive], consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Who Is The Blurred Lines Girl? Emily Ratajkowski Interview | Complex », sur web.archive.org, 22 août 2013 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski talks sex, Tinder and Blurred Lines | British GQ », sur web.archive.org, 19 mars 2016 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « WebCite query result [archive] », sur www.webcitation.org (consulté le 19 avril 2019) ↑ « Canadian Hot 100 – Year-End [archive] », sur Billboard (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « IRMA Irish Charts : Best of 2012 », sur web.archive.org, 14 novembre 2014 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (nl) Stichting Nederlandse Top 40, « Top 100-Jaaroverzicht van 2013 [archive] », sur Top40.nl (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « The Official New Zealand Music Chart [archive] », sur THE OFFICIAL NZ MUSIC CHART (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « The Official Top 40 Biggest Selling Singles Of 2013 », sur web.archive.org, 23 février 2015 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Hot 100 Songs – Year-End [archive] », sur Billboard (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « ‘Uptown Funk’ Is Longest-Leading Hot 100 No. 1 of the 2010s [archive] », sur Billboard (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Wiz Khalifa’s ‘See You Again’ Knocks ‘Uptown Funk’ Off No. 1 on Hot 100 [archive] », sur Billboard (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a et b (en-US) Rolling Stone et Rolling Stone, « 2013’s Sex Symbols [archive] », sur Rolling Stone, 17 décembre 2013 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski Is Your Woman of the Year – Emily Ratajkowski Wins Esquire Votes », sur web.archive.org, 13 février 2015 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « Today’s 2014 rookie reveal of the day is, yes, Emily Ratajkowski [archive] », sur SI.com (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski Swimsuit Body Paint Photos, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2014 [archive] », sur SI.com (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski Swimsuit Photos, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2015 [archive] », sur SI.com (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski – FHM », sur web.archive.org, 25 mai 2015 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) Cavan Sieczkowski, « Maxim’s 2014 Hot 100 List Is Here And Candice Swanepoel Is At The Top », Huffington Post,‎ 23 mai 2014 (lire en ligne [archive], consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ « Hot 100 Details | Maxim », sur web.archive.org, 15 mai 2015 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ (en) AskMen Editors, « Did Your Favorite Women Make It Onto The 2016 #CrushList? [archive] », sur AskMen (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Leah Chernikoff, « Karlie Kloss and ‘Blurred Lines’ Model Emily Ratajkowski Strip Down and Make Out for CR Fashion Book [archive] », sur Fashionista (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ Amethyst Tate 06/24/14 AT 3:16 PM, « ‘Blurred Lines’ Beauty Emily Ratajkowski Goes Topless For GQ And Gives Men Dating Tips [archive] », sur International Business Times, 24 juin 2014 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ « GQ July 2014 Cover (GQ Magazine U.S.) [archive] », sur MODELS.com (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) « Ben Affleck’s ‘Gone Girl’ Casts ‘Blurred Lines’ Beauty Emily Ratajkowski (Exclusive) [archive] », sur TheWrap, 16 septembre 2013 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ Daily Mail, « Emily Ratajkowski talks Gone Girl & Robin Thicke music video – Daily Mail [archive] », 14 mars 2018 (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « “Gone Girl”: A dark marriage drama becomes a “battle-of-the-sexes” debate [archive] », sur Salon, 29 septembre 2014 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ « If U Seek Amy: The Grim Grossness of David Fincher’s ‘Gone Girl’ « », sur web.archive.org, 30 juin 2015 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ « Going, Going to the ‘Gone Girl’ Premiere – WSJ », sur web.archive.org, 20 septembre 2015 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ (en-GB) Xan Brooks, « Gone Girl unleashes battle of the sexes at New York film festival », The Observer,‎ 27 septembre 2014 (ISSN 0029-7712, lire en ligne [archive], consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) Laurie S et ell, « Emily Ratajkowski: I Feel Lucky That I Can Wear What I Want, Sleep With Who I Want, and Dance How I Want, and Still Be a Feminist [archive] », sur Cosmopolitan, 30 septembre 2014 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ « Yes, Emily Ratajkowski is actually in Call Of Duty – GQ.COM (UK) », sur web.archive.org, 30 octobre 2014 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ « Taylor Kitsch, Emily Ratajkowski cameo in ‘Call of Duty’ trailer | EW.com », sur web.archive.org, 28 novembre 2015 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) « LOVE Advent 2014 [archive] », sur LOVE (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ « The Other Woman In ‘Gone Girl’ Is Far From Gone: Up and Coming Emily Ratajkowski [archive] », sur www.inquisitr.com (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Emily Ratajkowski, « Shame on @fhm for putting a photo of me on their cover w/out permission to do so. While this tweet may result in some undue publicity, I fee [archive] », sur @emrata, 8 janvier 2015 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Emily Ratajkowski, « (Cont’d) an obligation to speak up for us women who have a right to dictate how and where our image is being used. [archive] », sur @emrata, 8 janvier 2015 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski, Brittany Brousseau and FHM’s incredible how to special: Inside this month’s mag | Entertainment | FHM.com », sur web.archive.org, 9 janvier 2015 (consulté le 3 mars 2019). ↑ Lauren Milligan, « Blurred Lines’s Emily Joins Entourage [archive] », sur British Vogue (consulté le 4 mars 2019). ↑ « Whether you missed them or not, bros are back », sur web.archive.org, 5 juin 2015 (consulté le 4 mars 2019). ↑ « ‘Entourage’: Film Review – Hollywood Reporter », sur web.archive.org, 21 décembre 2015 (consulté le 4 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) Wesley Morris, « Killing It: ‘Spy’ and Sharing Comedic Wealth; Plus, the Masturbatory ‘Entourage’ [archive] », sur Grantland, 5 juin 2015 (consulté le 4 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Denise Petski et Denise Petski, « Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Haley Joel Osment Set For IFC’s ‘The Spoils Before Dying’ [archive] », sur Deadline, 17 mars 2015 (consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph to star in IFC’s ‘Spoils Before Dying’ miniseries [archive] », sur UPI (consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « The Spoils Before Dying: “That’s Jazz” / “Fear Steps In” [archive] », sur pastemagazine.com (consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ « VIDEO: Mysterious, Comedy Stuffed ‘The Spoils Before Dying’ Trailer | UPROXX », sur web.archive.org, 3 janvier 2016 (consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) Emily L. Stephens, « The Spoils Before Dying: “That’s Jazz”/“Fear Steps In” [archive] », sur TV Club (consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski on We Are Your Friends and the Male Gaze [archive] », sur Vogue (consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) « “We Are Your Friends” Takes to the Streets [archive] », sur www.warnerbros.com (consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « We Are Your Friends Works. I Can’t Believe It, Either. [archive] », sur www.vulture.com (consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) Peter Travers et Peter Travers, « ‘We Are Your Friends’ Movie Review [archive] », sur Rolling Stone, 26 août 2015 (consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a et b Ty Burr- Reporter, « ‘We Are Your Friends’ joins Efron with electronic dance music – The Boston Globe [archive] », sur BostonGlobe.com (consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) « ‘We Are Your Friends’ Review: Zac Efron Spins Through a DJ Drama Low on Ideas-Per-Minute [archive] », sur TheWrap, 25 août 2015 (consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ « We Are Your Friends – Movie Mom », sur web.archive.org, 31 août 2015 (consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Kyle Smith, « ‘We Are Your Friends’ is the movie ‘Entourage’ should have been [archive] », sur New York Post, 26 août 2015 (consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ JORDAN HOFFMAN, « ‘We Are Your Friends’ review: Zac Efron makes DJ story upbeat, with Emily Ratajkowski and Wes Bentley [archive] », sur nydailynews.com (consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a et b (en) « “Running on EDM-ty: The Dull DJs of ‘We Are Your Friends’ and Anemic Apocalypse Survivors of ‘Z for Zachariah'” [archive] », sur grantland.com/. ↑ (en-GB) « We Are Your Friends review: ‘a smug, abrasive mess’ », The Telegraph,‎ 27 août 2015 (ISSN 0307-1235, lire en ligne [archive], consulté le 5 mars 2019). ↑ « Grazia France August 14, 2015 Cover (Grazia France) [archive] », sur MODELS.com (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ (en) British GQ, « .@emrata is our September cover star. Read a preview here: http://gq.uk/BGUTj4 pic.twitter.com/fBMKOtqyrH [archive] », sur @BritishGQ, 2015t22:30 (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) Laura Brown, « Introducing Emily Ratajkowski For harper by Harper’s BAZAAR [archive] », sur Harper’s BAZAAR, 18 août 2015 (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « Beauty Tips, Celebrity Style and Fashion Advice from InStyle [archive] », sur InStyle (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ « In Style Australia October 2015 Cover (Various Covers) [archive] », sur MODELS.com (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) Samantha Leal, « “It’s Like Performance Art”: Emily Ratajkowski’s Take on Miley Cyrus and Female Sexuality [archive] », sur Marie Claire, 3 septembre 2015 (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ « Rita Ora And Emily Ratajkowski Present The Award For Artist To Watch | 2015 MTV Video Music Awards | MTV », sur web.archive.org, 4 septembre 2015 (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ Jonathan Heaf, « Why Hull’s City of Culture scheme is utter nonsense [archive] », sur British GQ (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) Julie Schott, « EmRata Makes Her Runway Debut At Marc Jacobs [archive] », sur ELLE, 17 septembre 2015 (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « From Bantry to the Big Apple: Emily Ratajkowski makes Fashion Week debut after Irish holiday [archive] », sur Independent.ie (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « The 12 Breakout Beauty Stars Who Defined 2015: Zendaya, Emily Ratajkowski, and More [archive] », sur Vogue (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, and Emily Ratajkowski Close #PFW on the Miu Miu Catwalk [archive] », sur InStyle.com (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ « Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski Walk Miu Miu Fall 2016 – Miu Miu Runway Show », sur web.archive.org, 12 avril 2016 (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « The One Good Thing To Come Out Of The ‘Blurred Lines’ Video », sur HuffPost, 9 septembre 2013 (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) « Inseparable review – Dima Bilan (VIDEO with Emily Ratajkowski) [archive] », sur wiwibloggs, 25 mai 2016 (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ (ru) « Дима Билан показал отрывок клипа с моделью Эмили Ратаковски [archive] », sur www.cosmo.ru (consulté le 6 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) « Emily Ratajkowski Gets FaceTime on Vogue Germany [archive] », sur Us Weekly, 13 juillet 2016 (consulté le 18 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Karina Hoshikawa, « Must Read: Asos Settles Trademark Infringement Lawsuit, Trio of Models Cover ‘Glamour’ [archive] », sur Fashionista (consulté le 18 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Condé Nast, « Emily Ratajkowski Gets Real About Sexual Double Standards [archive] », sur Glamour (consulté le 18 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « Mumblecore Master Joe Swanberg Sets Star-Studded Comedic Anthology Series at Netflix [archive] », sur The Hollywood Reporter (consulté le 18 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « ‘Drinking Buddies’ filmmaker Joe Swanberg gets his own Netflix series [archive] », sur EW.com (consulté le 18 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « ‘Project Runway’ Guest Judge Emily Ratajkowski Disagrees With Heidi Klum in Exclusive Clip [archive] », sur EW.com (consulté le 18 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Gabrielle Bluestone, « Fyre Festival’s 25-year-old organizer: “This is the worst day of my life” [archive] », sur Vice News, 29 avril 2017 (consulté le 18 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Gabrielle Bluestone, « Rich millennials paid thousands for Ja Rule’s Fyre Fest and are now stranded on an island in disaster-relief tents [archive] », sur Vice News, 28 avril 2017 (consulté le 18 mars 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a et b Lizzie Plaugic, « Ja Rule’s music festival disaster is a good reminder not to trust Instagram sponcon [archive] », sur The Verge, 28 avril 2017 (consulté le 18 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « FTC to Crack Down on Paid Celebrity Posts That Aren’t Clear Ads [archive] », sur www.bloomberg.com (consulté le 18 mars 2019). ↑ « Et si Emily Ratajkowski avait imaginé le sac parfait ? [archive] », sur Vogue Paris (consulté le 2 mars 2019). ↑ Scarlett Conlon, « Emily Ratajkowski Gets Candid [archive] », sur British Vogue (consulté le 19 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Condé Nast, « Emily Ratajkowski Has Designed the Perfect Bag for Wallet-Less Woman [archive] », sur Vogue (consulté le 19 mars 2019). ↑ Mimosa Spencer | WWD, « The Kooples celebrates new bag line co-designed with Emily Ratajkowski [archive] », sur latimes.com (consulté le 19 mars 2019). ↑ (en-GB) Ella Alex et er, « Emily Ratajkowski has designed her first high-street bag collection [archive] », sur Harper’s BAZAAR, 6 juillet 2017 (consulté le 19 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Condé Nast, « Emily Ratajkowski Thinks American Culture Is Fucked [archive] », sur Allure (consulté le 19 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski Says She’s Bothered ‘People Are So Offended by Breasts’ [archive] », sur PEOPLE.com (consulté le 19 mars 2019). ↑ Leanne Bayley, « Meet GLAMOUR’s brand new cover star: Emily Ratajkowski [archive] », sur Glamour UK (consulté le 19 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) Maxim Staff, « Emily Ratajkowski Just Freed the Nipple for ‘LOVE’ Magazine [archive] », sur Maxim (consulté le 19 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) « Emily Ratajkowski, Spencer Boldman to Star in Indie ‘Cruise’ [archive] », sur TheWrap, 14 septembre 2015 (consulté le 19 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Ali Jaafar et Ali Jaafar, « Emily Ratajkowski Joins Cast Of ‘In Darkness’ Opposite Natalie Dormer And Ed Skrein [archive] », sur Deadline, 19 février 2016 (consulté le 19 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « Aaron Paul, Emily Ratajkowski to Star in Thriller ‘Welcome Home’ (Exclusive) [archive] », sur The Hollywood Reporter (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en-GB) Charlie Gowans-Eglinton, « Bottega Veneta hails the new generation of supermodels at Milan fashion week », The Telegraph,‎ 23 septembre 2017 (ISSN 0307-1235, lire en ligne [archive], consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Zoe Anastasiou, « Emily Ratajkowski Makes Rare Runway Appearance For Bottega Veneta [archive] », sur Harper’s BAZAAR (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Alex Wynne et Alex Wynne, « Emily Ratajkowski to Go Multilingual for Next Movie Role [archive] », sur WWD, 29 septembre 2017 (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) « New Music: Tyga – ‘Tequila Kisses’ [archive] », sur Rap-Up (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski Stars in Tyga’s New NSFW Music Video [archive] », sur InStyle.com (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en) T-Raww, « It’s no different than when niggas hung pics on the wall.. I deleted it cuz u was spamming my comments.. I don’t want no smoke @emrata [archive] », sur @Tyga, 4 novembre 2017 (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Emily Ratajkowski, « Fyi not in tygas video he posted an edit using footage I did for a lookbook 4 + years ago and has since deleted it. [archive] », sur @emrata, 4 novembre 2017 (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Anita Busch et Anita Busch, « Emily Ratajkowski Joins Amy Schumer In ‘I Feel Pretty’ Movie [archive] », sur Deadline, 20 juin 2017 (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Joe Otterson et Joe Otterson, « Emily Ratajkowski, Lilly Singh Among Five Cast in NBC Comedy Pilot ‘Bright Futures’ [archive] », sur Variety, 30 mars 2018 (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Nellie Andreeva et Nellie Andreeva, « ‘Bright Futures’: Emily Ratajkowski, Shameik Moore & Lilly Singh To Star, Lisa Kudrow To Narrate NBC Comedy Pilot [archive] », sur Deadline, 30 mars 2018 (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en) Kyle Munzenrieder, « Is Emily Ratajkowski’s New Sitcom a Modern ‘Friends’? [archive] », sur W Magazine (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) Janet Mock, « Emily Ratajkowski Is Unapologetically Herself [archive] », sur Marie Claire, 10 mai 2018 (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ Lying and Stealing (lire en ligne [archive]). ↑ (en) Diana Lodderhose et Diana Lodderhose, « IM Global Adds ‘Lying And Stealing’, ‘Boarding School’ To Bustling U.S. & Int’l Slate – AFM [archive] », sur Deadline, 3 novembre 2016 (consulté le 9 avril 2019). ↑ (en-US) Nicole Saunders, « Emily Ratajkowski’s Sexy Easter Bunny Costume Is Too Hot to Handle [archive] », sur Harper’s BAZAAR, 22 avril 2019 (consulté le 26 avril 2019) ↑ (en-US) « WATCH: Emily Ratajkowski’s Out-Takes From Her Easter Film [archive] », sur LOVE (consulté le 26 avril 2019) ↑ (en) Mia Maguire, « Emily Ratajkowski’s Collab With Nasty Gal Is Sexy (Duh) & Size-Inclusive [archive] », sur StyleCaster, 19 juin 2019 (consulté le 30 juin 2019) ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski celebrates the launch of Nasty Gal X EmRata [archive] », sur Mail Online, 19 juin 2019 (consulté le 30 juin 2019) ↑ (en-GB) « Exclusive interview: Emily Ratajkowski on feminism, style and Nasty Gal x EmRata [archive] », sur Vogue Paris (consulté le 30 juin 2019). ↑ (en-US) « All The Major Moments From Julia Fox’s Appearance On Emily Ratajkowski’s Podcast ‘High Low’ [archive] », sur Grazia (consulté le 11 novembre 2022). ↑ (en-US) Caroline Framke, « Emily Ratajkowski to Launch New Podcast ‘High Low with EmRata’ (EXCLUSIVE) [archive] », sur Variety, 12 octobre 2022 (consulté le 11 novembre 2022). ↑ (en-US) « Emily Ratajkowski Says She Quit Acting After Feeling Like ‘a Piece of Meat Who People Were Judging’ [archive] », sur Grazia USA, 7 avril 2023 (consulté le 14 avril 2023) ↑ (en-US) Zack Sharf, « Emily Ratajkowski Quit Acting, Fired Her Team Because ‘Hollywood Is F—ed Up’: ‘I Felt Like a Piece of Meat Who People Were Judging’ [archive] », sur Variety, 6 avril 2023 (consulté le 14 avril 2023) ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski Said She Quit Acting Because She “Felt Like a Piece of Meat” [archive] », sur InStyle (consulté le 14 avril 2023) ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski’s Hottest Instagram Pictures [SLIDESHOW] | The Daily Caller », sur web.archive.org, 13 mars 2016 (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en) AskMen Editors, « Did Your Favorite Women Make It Onto The 2016 #CrushList? [archive] », sur AskMen (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en) AskMen Editors, « Emily Ratajkowski – Crush List: Top 99 Women 2016 [archive] », sur AskMen (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski – FHM », sur web.archive.org, 25 mai 2015 (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « FHM’s Sexiest Women In The World 2015 | MTV UK [archive] », sur www.mtv.co.uk (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en-US) chrissy_rutherford_old, « #TheLIST Best Dressed: NYFW Edition [archive] », sur Harper’s BAZAAR, 19 février 2016 (consulté le 20 mars 2019). ↑ (en) « “Best Dressed 2015: All best dressed stars of 2015” [archive] », sur vogue.it/, Vogue, 2015. ↑ « ‘We Are Your Friends’: DJ story samples good, bad from movies past | Chicago Sun-Times », sur web.archive.org, 21 mars 2016 (consulté le 3 avril 2019). ↑ Peter Sblendorio, « Emily Ratajkowski says she faced immense pressure from family to ‘hide’ her sexuality growing up [archive] », sur nydailynews.com (consulté le 3 avril 2019). ↑ (en-GB) Francesca Menato, « Emily Ratajkowski Questions The Definition Of Sexy: ‘There’s An Implication That It Means Trashy’ [archive] », sur Women’s Health, 16 février 2016 (consulté le 3 avril 2019). ↑ (en) Condé Nast, « Emily Ratajkowski: Baby Woman [archive] », sur Lenny Letter (consulté le 3 avril 2019). ↑ (en-US) Emily Ratajkowski, « Emily Ratajkowski on Growing Up and Defining Sexy on Her Own Terms [archive] », sur Esquire, 16 février 2016 (consulté le 3 avril 2019). ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski On Body Image and The Power of Owning Her Sexuality », sur web.archive.org, 18 février 2016 (consulté le 3 avril 2019). ↑ (en-US) Emily Ratajkowski, « Emily Ratajkowski On Why Women Shouldn’t Feel Guilty About Being Sexy [archive] », sur Harper’s BAZAAR, 17 février 2016 (consulté le 3 avril 2019). ↑ Hayley Spencer, « Emily Ratajkowski opens about being sexually shamed [archive] », sur Glamour UK (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) Jenavieve Hatch, « Emily Ratajkowski Gets Real About Female Sexuality In Honest Essay [archive] », sur HuffPost, 16 février 2016 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ Rachael Moon, « Emily Ratajkowski makes point about sexuality by posing completely naked [archive] », sur mirror, 16 février 2016 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski has written a revealing article for Lenny Letter », sur cosmopolitan.com/, Cosmopolitan, 17 février 2016. ↑ (en-US) Marie Claire, « Emily Ratajkowski’s Powerful Essay On Body-Shaming And Defining Sexy On Her Own Terms [archive] », sur Marie Claire, 17 février 2016 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski shakes off the trolls: Following vicious attacks over her Sanders endorsement, the actress pens a powerful essay on body-shaming [archive] », sur Salon, 16 février 2016 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) « Beauty Tips, Celebrity Style and Fashion Advice from InStyle [archive] », sur InStyle (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a et b (en) « Kim Kardashian and Emily Ratajkowski are no feminists – here’s why [archive] », sur The Independent, 1er avril 2016 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) « Kim Kardashian Thanks Emily Ratajkowski for Defending Her Nude Selfie With a Handwritten Note and Flowers », sur web.archive.org, yahoo, 15 mars 2016. ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski and Kim Kardashian West Will Not Be Shamed for Their Nude Selfies [archive] », sur Vogue (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) « Kim Kardashian and Emily Ratajkowski Pose Naked to Make a Point [archive] », sur Time (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ « Kim Kardashian, Emily Ratajkowski pose topless together in restroom | Fox News », sur web.archive.org, 31 mars 2016 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en-GB) « Piers Morgan says ‘feminism is dead’ after Kim Kardashian posts new nude photo [archive] », sur BBC Newsbeat, 31 mars 2016 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) « Piers Morgan brands latest Kim Kardashian topless selfie ‘tacky’ [archive] », sur Evening Standard, 31 mars 2016 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ Revenir plus haut en : a et b (en-US) Heidi Stevens, « Sorry, Piers Morgan: Feminism is stronger than a couple of topless selfies [archive] », sur chicagotribune.com (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en-GB) Helen Pankhurst, « ‘My great-grandmother Emmeline Pankhurst would be utterly bemused by Piers Morgan’ », The Telegraph,‎ 31 mars 2016 (ISSN 0307-1235, lire en ligne [archive], consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) Taylor Harris et Taylor Harris, « Emily Ratajkowski Takes on Feminism — One Selfie at a Time [archive] », sur WWD, 6 avril 2016 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski responds to claims her opinions on politics and feminism are invalid because of her nude pictures [archive] », sur The Independent, 1er avril 2016 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski Is Smart and Cool, Get Over It [archive] », sur The Cut (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) Melkorka Licea, « Emily Ratajkowski drops her clothes [archive] », sur Page Six, 27 novembre 2016 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) Lisa Ryan, « Emily Ratajkowski Slams Book of Previously Unreleased Nude Images As ‘Violation’ [archive] », sur The Cut (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski speaks out about nude photo book [archive] », sur USA TODAY (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) Aria Hughes et Aria Hughes, « Emily Ratajkowski Is the Face of DKNY Intimates Campaign [archive] », sur WWD, 12 mars 2017 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en-US) Nikki Ogunnaike, « Emily Ratajkowski Poses Soaking Wet for DL1961 Denim [archive] », sur ELLE, 3 août 2017 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski Joins Frye and Feeding America to Fight Hunger [archive] », sur InStyle.com (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) Condé Nast, « Emily Ratajkowski Says This Magazine Photoshopped Her Lips AND Breasts [archive] », sur Allure (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski Slams Her Own Cover on Instagram [archive] », sur Vogue (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski Just Won Best Street Style Beauty, From New York to Paris [archive] », sur Vogue (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en-US) Faran Krentcil, « Emily Ratajkowski Doesn’t Want You to Feel Guilty About Wanting Great Hair [archive] », sur ELLE, 9 janvier 2018 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ Lisa Niven-Phillips, « Emily Ratajkowski’s First Beauty Campaign Is For Kérastase [archive] », sur British Vogue (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en-GB) Becki Murray, « Emily Ratajkowski lands her first fragrance campaign [archive] », sur Harper’s BAZAAR, 7 mars 2018 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en) Jennifer Weil et Jennifer Weil, « Emily Ratajkowski Named Face of Paco Rabanne Perfume [archive] », sur WWD, 7 mars 2018 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en-US) Janet Mock, « Emily Ratajkowski Is Unapologetically Herself [archive] », sur Marie Claire, 10 mai 2018 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en-US) Natalie Bettendorf, « Inspire Festival features Halsey, Emily Ratajkowski [archive] », sur Daily Trojan, 5 mars 2018 (consulté le 7 avril 2019). ↑ (en-US) Valentina I. Valentini, « Refinery29 Already Has 25 Million Fans, Now It Wants To Win At Sundance [archive] », sur Fast Company, 15 mai 2015 (consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ (en) Todd Spangler et Todd Spangler, « NewFronts 2015: Refinery29 Intros 29 Original Series, Teaming with Lena Dunham, Lisa Kudrow, Jill Soloway and Others [archive] », sur Variety, 29 avril 2015 (consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ (en-US) « Supermodel Emily Ratajkowski Blasted for Promoting Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz [archive] », sur LifeNews.com, 18 juin 2015 (consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ (en-US) Laurie S et ell, « Emily Ratajkowski: I Feel Lucky That I Can Wear What I Want, Sleep With Who I Want, and Dance How I Want, and Still Be a Feminist [archive] », sur Cosmopolitan, 30 septembre 2014 (consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ (en-US) Alyssa Bailey, « Emily Ratajkowski Wants to Make Your Sex Life Better [archive] », sur ELLE, 17 juin 2015 (consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ (en) Amanda Hess, « Celebrity Feminist Identification Has Reached Peak Meaninglessness [archive] », sur Slate Magazine, 1er octobre 2014 (consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ (en) Rosanna McLaughlin, « Emily Ratajkowski’s ‘The Cut’ Essay and Why We Can’t Buy Our Way Out of Today’s Toxic Image Economy [archive] », sur Frieze, 28 septembre 2020 (consulté le 20 mars 2022). ↑ « Dans un texte très personnel, Emily Ratajkowski accuse un photographe de viol [archive] », sur Marie Claire (consulté le 20 mars 2022). ↑ (en) Becca Rothfeld, « My Body by Emily Ratajkowski review – beauty and abuse [archive] », sur the Guardian, 18 novembre 2021 (consulté le 20 mars 2022). ↑ « Ce jour où la grossesse d’Emily Ratajkowski a changé son rapport au corps [archive] », sur Le HuffPost, 14 janvier 2022 (consulté le 20 mars 2022). ↑ (en) « accuses Robin Thicke of groping her while filming 2013 music video [archive] », sur cbsnews.com, 4 octobre 2021 (consulté le 5 octobre 2021). ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski accuse Robin Thicke d’agression sexuelle sur le tournage de «Blurred Lines» [archive] », sur leparisien.fr, 4 octobre 2021 (consulté le 20 mars 2022). ↑ Camille Vernin, « “My Body” d’Emily Ratajkowski : 3 faits marquants à retenir [archive] », sur Elle.be, 10 février 2022 (consulté le 20 mars 2022). ↑ (en-US) Lorraine Cwelich, « Emily Ratajkowski Wound Up Campaigning for Bernie Sanders by Accident [archive] », sur Marie Claire, 17 février 2016 (consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ (en) Leslie Lee III et ContributorFreelance writer in Yokohama, « This Is What Happens When A Woman Supports Bernie Sanders Online [archive] », sur HuffPost, 15 février 2016 (consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ (en) « Emily Ratajkowski stumps for Sanders in N.H. [archive] », sur Washington Examiner, 9 février 2016 (consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ (en-US) Elizabeth Paton, « At Fashion Week, Emily Ratajkowski Gets Political », The New York Times,‎ 14 février 2016 (ISSN 0362-4331, lire en ligne [archive], consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ Dan Good, « Emily Ratajkowski strikes back at Gloria Steinem’s comment about female Bernie Sanders fans: ‘I’m not here for the boys’ [archive] », sur nydailynews.com (consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ « VIDEO. Amy Schumer et Emily Ratajkowski arrêtées [archive] », sur www.20minutes.fr (consulté le 9 novembre 2019) ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski et Amy Schumer arrêtées lors d’une manifestation contre Brett Kavanaugh [archive] », sur www.cnews.fr (consulté le 9 novembre 2019) ↑ Christie D’Zurilla, « Google threatened with $100-million lawsuit over celebrity nude photos [archive] », sur latimes.com (consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ Christie D’Zurilla, « Amber Heard, Meagan Good among victims in second wave of nude photos [archive] », sur latimes.com (consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ (en-US) « New Couple Alert! Emily Ratajkowski Dating Jeff Magid [archive] », sur Us Weekly, 12 décembre 2014 (consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski no longer living with her boyfriend in L.A., sources say [archive] », sur nydailynews.com (consulté le 8 avril 2019). ↑ « Le mariage surprise et express d’Emily Ratajkowski [archive] », sur parismatch.com (consulté le 20 juillet 2022). ↑ « Emily Ratajkowski et Sebastian Bear-McClard se séparent [archive] », sur Madame Figaro, 19 juillet 2022 (consulté le 19 juillet 2022). ↑ (en-US) Olivia Truffaut-Wong, « Emily Ratajkowski Has Reportedly Split From Her Husband [archive] », sur The Cut, 18 juillet 2022 (consulté le 20 juillet 2022). ↑ « La mannequin Emily Ratajkowski a accouché de son premier enfant [archive] », sur CNews (consulté le 12 mars 2021). 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Exact Height Revealed by Sandra Robinson 2022/10/17 Emily Ratajkowski is easily one of the most recognizable faces on social media today. At her young age she has managed to become a successful model and actress, a published author, and a mom. Having started her career as a model, many are wondering how tall she really is. Emily Ratajkowski’s height is 5 feet 7 inches or 1.7 m (170 cm). Emily Ratajkowski | DFree / Shutterstock.com While a 170 cm height may be considered quite short in the world of modeling, this did not stop young Emily from pursuing her dreams and making a name for herself. Let’s get to know her more. From London to California American author, model, and actress Emily Ratajkowski was born on June 7, 1991, in Westminster, London, England. Her birth name is actually Emily O’Hara, and she grew up in a city near San Diego, California. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Emily Ratajkowski (@emrata) She was raised by her parents, Kathleen Anne Balgley and John David “J.D.” Ratajkowski, as an only child. Her interests as a child never veered too far away from creativity. She tried acting and ballet, and dabbled in soccer growing up. Her exposure to professional and artistic photography came from her father, who was into photography and the arts. No Content Available If there is an opposite of a “late bloomer,” Emily would be in that category. She began her modeling career at age 14 by signing with Ford Models. Her earliest modeling work as a teen was for a Kohl’s and Nordstrom print catalog. From Modeling to Music Videos Getting started as a teen model was just the beginning. Emily at this point was working in Los Angeles while attending high school in Encinitas. At 15 she started auditioning for acting roles, and at 17 she was cast as Tasha, Gibby’s girlfriend in the hit Nickelodeon show iCarly. Emily appeared in two episodes in the show’s third season. She never really saw herself as a teenage TV personality, so she decided not to pursue acting for Nickelodeon or Disney. Besides, she was getting typecasted in mean-girl, cheerleader roles which she was not too happy about. She instead focused her next efforts on high-fashion modeling. Emily tried to continue juggling school with work, as she did earlier, but something had to give. She was enrolled at UCLA studying art and architecture but had to drop out of the program due to scheduling conflicts with work and her own personal artistic convictions. She attended UCLA for one year in 2009. Her modeling career was then in full swing, from 2009 to 2012. And in 2013, she came across the project that would bring her worldwide fame: appearing in the music video for the controversial song, Blurred Lines. Emily in the video appeared alongside pop music’s big names at the time–Pharrell, T.I., and Robin Thicke. Before Blurred Lines, Emily first appeared in the music video for Taio Cruz’s Fast Car during the latter part of 2012. She went on to appear in yet another music video, this time with Adam Levine, for his band’s song, Love Somebody. Model Mom Since breaking through the mainstream as a global sex symbol in 2013, Emily has expanded her pursuits to acting in movies, writing essays and her own book, and being a mom. She gave birth to a baby boy in March 2021, a child she shares with her former husband Sebastian Bear-McClard. Many onlookers were amazed at how quickly she returned to her model body after giving birth. Thanks to a workout regimen of hiking, walking, and yoga combined with a balanced diet and good genes (lucky girl), Emily Ratajkowski was back to her pre-pregnancy body measurements of 35-24-34 in no time. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Emily Ratajkowski (@emrata) About Celebrity Name List (A-Z) Contact Privacy Policy Advertise © 2020 Black Sands Media – All Rights Reserved No Result View All Result Home About Celebrity List Contact Advertise Our Sites LuxuryViewer © 2020 Black Sands Media – All Rights Reserved Emily Ratajkowski’s Height, Weight, Measurements & More Skip to content No results Home Wellness Celebrity Diets Celebrity Workouts Influencers Statistics Actresses Models Singers Sports Twitch Streamers Celebrity Families Home Wellness Celebrity Diets Celebrity Workouts Influencers Statistics Actresses Models Singers Sports Twitch Streamers Celebrity Families SUBSCRIBE Search Search Menu Emily Ratajkowski’s Height, Weight, Biography, Family, and MoreByMelissa LewisUpdated onFebruary 4, 2023 Image: Joe Seer/bigstockphoto.com Growing up around a figure painter and art teacher, Emily Ratajkowski was always full of confidence. Whether maintaining bold poses for magazines or acting with known actors, she’s done everything with utmost grace. Ratajkowski has landed on huge magazine covers, authored a book, launched her clothing line, and starred in movies. She’s done it all, and you never know what more is coming from this young mother of a baby boy! IN A GIST Hollywood actress and model Emily Ratajkowski is 5 feet 7 inches or 170 cm (1.7 m) tall. Emily Ratajkowski possesses a lean figure and weighs only around 52 kg or 115 pounds. Ratajkowski celebrates her birthday on June 7 and is living free at the age of 32. Read on to explore more details about Emily’s life, career, body stats, lifestyle, etc. Emily Ratajkowski’s Age and Birthday Emily Ratajkowski is a young 32-year-old American actress and model. Emily was born on the 7th of June, 1991, as a Gemini, which reflects in her bold soul and creative mind! Image: kathclick/bigstockphoto.com Emily Ratajkowski’s Education and Net Worth Ratajkowski attended San Dieguito Academy after starting her modeling career at 14. Once graduated, she enrolled at The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). But, young Emily was set to embark on her modeling journey, so she dropped out. With constant hard work and talent, Emily Ratajkowski emerged as one of this era’s prominent supermodels and actresses. Having modeled for eminent magazines and brands, Emily has amassed an estimated net worth of $8 Million as of 2023. She’s also proven herself as a strong businesswoman. She launched her swimwear brand Inamorata in 2017 and released her book My Body in 2021. All of her ventures are bulking up Emily’s fortune. Image: kathclick/bigstockphoto.com Emily Ratajkowski’s Loving Family Emily Ratajkowski grew up in Encinitas near San Diego as a single child of John David “J.D.” Ratajkowski and Kathleen Anne Balgley. Both her parents are teachers; her father is an art teacher and a figure painter, while her mother teaches English. Back in 2018, Ratajkowski revealed through her Instagram that she had married her boyfriend, famous actor, producer, and director Sebastian Bear-McClard. The couple had a baby boy in March 2021, who they named Sylvester Apollo Bear. Emily and Sebastian parted ways after she divorced him in September. 2022. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Emily Ratajkowski (@emrata) Full Born Name: Emily O’Hara Ratajkowski Nicknames: Emily Occupation: Actress, Model Religion: Jewish Date of Birth: 7 June 1991 Birthplace: Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom Zodiac Sign: Gemini Father Name: John David Ratajkowski Mother Name: Kathleen Balgley Spouse: Sebastian Bear-McClard (2018- Sept 22) Children: Sylvester Apollo Bear Emily Ratajkowski’s Height and Weight Emily Ratajkowski stands tall at the height of 5 feet 7 inches or 170 cm (1.7 m). She possesses a taut figure, which, combined with her tall stature, compliments her semblance as a model! Emily Ratajkowski weighs around 52 kg or 115 pounds, which makes her look quite fit and toned. But it’s not a healthy body weight, considering Emily’s height. Actually, Emily reportedly went through a sudden weight loss in late 2022 and went down straight to a hundred pounds, which was “scary,” as she stated in her podcast High Low with EmRata. However, she’s slowly gaining back with a healthy eating routine and bulking exercises. Image: DFree/bigstockphoto.com Emily Ratajkowski’s Body Measurements and Physical Features Emily Ratajkowski’s slender figure has close body measurements of 34-24-35 inches or 86-61-89 cm. And she sure knows how to flaunt her physique graciously and gained a lot of fame for her bold appearances in magazines. But it’s not just her thin body that grabs the eyeballs; Emily has a sharp and expressive square-shaped face with a highlighting jawline that everyone desires. And Ratajkowski’s dark brown hair matching her deep and secretive dark brown eyes is just the icing on the cake! Image: kathclick/bigstockphoto.com Emily Ratajkowski’s Ample Bosom Emily Ratajkowski has quite a fan base because of her charming looks and enviable curves, which she publicizes on social media. Her breast size is 34 inches, which she displays wearing bra size 34B, with a cup size of B. In 2013, Emily was named Esquire’s “Woman of the Year” because of her impressive figure, which also took the internet by storm when she appeared topless in Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines music video and in several erotic magazines. Image: kathclick/bigstockphoto.com Emily Ratajkowski’s Lifestyle and Fitness Routine Emily’s chiseled body shape can make you think she’s got some intense workouts and dieting going on. But that’s not quite it! The model relies on better self-care options. Ratajkowski loves to partake in refreshing physical activities like hiking, running, walking, and swimming, which keeps her fresh while also working on her body. Plus, Yoga is her choice over the gym. As for her diet, Emily likes to eat what her body demands and doesn’t follow a strict routine. Her meals include coffee, fruits, meat, greens, veggies, etc., but she also enjoys fries, steak, wine, etc. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Emily Ratajkowski (@emrata) Height5 feet 7 inches or 170 cm (1.7 m)Weight52 kg or 115 poundsFace ShapeSquareBreast Size34 inchesBra Size34BCup SizeBBody Measurements34-24-35 inches or 86-61-89 cmFigureSlimDress Size2 (US) or 34 (EU) or 6 (UK)Shoe Size8.5 (US) or 39.5 (EU) or 6.5 (UK)Eyes ColorBrownHair ColorBrownDisclaimer Emily Ratajkowski’s Favorite Things Favorite Foods: Fries, Vietnamese, Thai & Italian food, Meat Favorite Drinks: Martini, Wine, Champagne, Red Wine Favorite Swimwear: Amore + Sorvete Favorite Places: Beach Favorite Animals: Dogs Favorite Color: White Favorite Activities: Hiking, Swimming How Emily Ratajkowski Started Her Career Emily was always into artistic things. She had already tried her hands at sports as well as acting in local theaters before going for full-time modeling. And her modeling journey started at 14, straight with Ford. Soon, she made her TV debut in the Nickelodeon show iCarly. Owing to her newly found fame, she started modeling for commercials and magazines. One of her first bold cover debuts was in the erotic magazine treats! This brought Emily the opportunity to appear in Robin Thicke’s music video for Blurred Lines. This bold appearance invited controversy, along with mega fame. And many magazines, including FHM and Maxim, added Emily to their beauty ranking lists! Emily soon made her feature film debut in the 2014 film Gone Girl, later appearing in several movies, like Entourage, We Are Your Friends, I Feel Pretty, etc. She has also graced a few TV shows, including her recent appearance on the talk show Ziwe. Over the years, Emily has graced the covers of many renowned magazines like Cosmopolitan, InStyle, British GQ, Grazia, and many others. She is also the spokesperson for American swimwear Amore + Sorvete and the face of fashion line DKNY, DL1961, etc. She’s walked the ramp for many major brands, like Dolce & Gabbana, Bottega Veneta, Miu Miu, and Versace, among others. Image: Starfrenzy/bigstockphoto.com Exciting Facts About Emily Ratajkowski As a young kid, Emily was quite exposed to naked photography and art because of her father’s work. That’s why she grew up more comfortable posing for bold photoshoots. Ratajkowski is of Polish, Jewish, German, English, Irish, and Welsh descent. Emily strongly advocates for sexual empowerment using her celebrity status and influence. Ratajkowski has also worked for good causes like the Democratic nomination, sexual health, etc. Emily is one of the many celebrities whose topless pictures were leaked on the imageboard platform 4chan. What is Emily Ratajkowski’s face shape? Emily Ratajkowski has a perfect square-shaped carved face which sharp features. What Is Emily Ratajkowski’s Hair Color? Emily Ratajkowski sports dark brown hair, which suits her bold and glamorous fashion style. What color eyes does Emily Ratajkowski have? Ratajkowski has deep, shiny dark brown eyes that greatly add to her mysterious aura. Does Emily Ratajkowski have tattoos? Yes, Emily has a tattoo of her boy’s name, “Sly.” Did Emily Ratajkowski win Emmy? No, Emily Ratajkowski hasn’t won an Emmy yet. But she was awarded the Model of the Year award by Daily Front Row in 2018. Did Emily Ratajkowski write her book? Yes, Ratajkowski has authored a book named My Body, which was released in October 2021. Is Emily Ratajkowski vegan? No, Ratajkowski isn’t a vegan. Her meals usually include meat like chicken, steak, etc. What role did Emily Ratajkowski play in iCarly? Emily Ratajkowski played the role of Tasha in iCarly in two episodes. Does Emily Ratajkowski go to college? Ratajkowski attended UCLA for a year before dropping out to pursue a full-time modeling career. Where does Emily Ratajkowski live? Emily Ratajkowski currently resides in New York City with her baby boy. Emily Ratajkowski’s story of becoming a successful model and spokesperson for women’s health issues is truly inspiring. She has greatly impacted the industry and is set to do much more! Like Emily, Angelina Jolie has also promoted body positivity and other good causes to a great extent. 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Over the years, she has also appeared on the covers of magazines such as Vogue USA, Elle Greece, Vogue Australia, Marie Claire USA, Harper’s Bazaar Greece, Harper’s Bazaar Singapore, Harper’s Bazaar Mexico, Vogue Spain, Elle Australia, and others. In addition to that, she has also branched out as an actress and has been cast in shows and movies including Entourage, The Spoils Before Dying, Welcome Home, Gone Girl, In Darkness, Lying and Stealing, We Are Your Friends, Cruise, iCarly, and others. Born Name Emily O’Hara Ratajkowski Nick Name Emily Sun Sign Gemini Born Place Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom Nationality Education Ratajkowski attended San Dieguito Academy in San Diego, California, besides doing modeling in Los Angeles. Later, she enrolled herself at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to major in fine arts. But, she dropped after a year to pursue her full-time career in modeling. Occupation Model, Actress Family Father – John David “J. D.” Ratajkowski (Painter and Art Teacher) Mother – Kathleen Balgley (English Professor and Writer) Siblings – She is an only child. Others – Joseph T. Ratajkowski (Paternal Grandfather), Mary Lee Hays (Paternal Grandmother), Ely D. Balgley (Maternal Grandfather), Margaret Josephine O’Hara (Maternal Grandmother) J.D. met Kathleen when they both were teaching at San Dieguito Academy. Manager Emily has been signed with agencies such as – Ford Models – New York Ford Models – Chicago Ford Models – Miami Ford Models – Los Angeles DNA Model Management – New York VIVA Model Management – Paris VIVA Model Management – Barcelona VIVA Model Management – London United Talent Agency, Talent Agency, Beverly Hills, California, United States Untitled Entertainment, Talent Management Company, Beverly Hills, California, United States Build Slim Height 5 ft 7 in or 170 cm Weight 54 kg or 119 lbs Boyfriend / Spouse Emily Ratajkowski has dated – Andrew Dryden (2013-2014) – Emily dated businessman (art director, and designer) Andrew Dryden in the past. They separated in February 2014. Jeff Magid (2014-2018) – In December 2014, Emily started dating musician Jeff Magid. According to an eyewitness, she was looking very comfortable at the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series Finale party held on December 5, 2014. They dated for little more than 3 years and called it quits in early 2018. Sebastian Bear-McClard (2018-2022) – On Valentine’s day of 2018, Emily was first seen with film actor, producer, and director, Sebastian Bear-McClard. They had known each other for years due to the same circle of friends. On February 23, 2018, it was revealed that she had married Sebastian at a New York City courthouse wedding. In October 2020, the couple announced that they were expecting their first child together. They welcomed a son named Sylvester Apollo Bear on March 8, 2021. In July 2022, it was revealed that the couple had separated after 4 years of marriage. Brad Pitt (2022) – In October 2022, Emily was rumored to be dating actor Brad Pitt. Orazio Rispo (2022, 2023) – In October 2022, Emily was spotted kissing a mystery man during an outing in New York City. It was later revealed that the mystery man was New York City-based DJ Orazio Rispo. In June 2023, the couple was again spotted together in New York City. Pete Davidson (2022) – In 2022, Emily was rumored to be dating actor and comedian Pete Davidson. The couple seemingly confirmed their relationship by attending the New York Knicks basketball game together in November 2022. In December 2022, it was revealed that the couple had broken up. Jack Greer (2022) – In December 2022, Emily was rumored to be dating artist Jack Greer after they were spotted sharing a kiss outside of her apartment in New York City. Eli Bronfman (2023) – In January 2023, Emily was rumored to be dating Eli Bronfman after they were spotted together at the New York Knicks game. Eli is the grandson of Seagram‘s CEO, Edgar Bronfman Sr. Eric Andre (2023) – In January 2023, Emily was rumored to be dating comedian and actor Eric Andre after they were seen kissing during a vacation in Grand Cayman. Harry Styles (2023) – In March 2023, Emily was rumored to be dating singer Harry Styles after they were spotted kissing in Tokyo, Japan. Stéphane Bak (2023) – In October 2023, she was rumored to be dating French actor and comedian Stéphane Bak after they were seen sharing a passionate kiss during a night out in Paris. Andrew Dryden and Emily Ratajkowski Race / Ethnicity White She is of Polish, Ashkenazi Jewish, Irish, German, English, and Welsh descent. Hair Color Dark Brown Eye Color Dark Brown Sexual Orientation She seemingly confirmed that she is bisexual in October 2022 via TikTok video. Distinctive Features Full lips Measurements 35-24-34 in or 89-61-86 cm Dress Size 2 (US) or 34 (EU) or 6 (UK) Bra Size 32C Shoe Size 8.5 (US) or 39 (EU) or 6 (UK) Brand Endorsements She has appeared in a Memphis BBQ Burger (at Carl’s Jr and Hardee’s) commercial with model Sara Underwood. In the October 2014 advert of Call of Duty, she had a cameo appearance. In September 2021, Emily was featured in a campaign for the Dundas x Revolve fashion line. In December 2022, Emily advertised for Gonna Need Milk on Instagram. Religion She is probably Jewish. Best Known For Appearing topless in the controversial music video for Robin Thicke‘s “Blurred Lines” song released in March 2013 First Film Emily appeared in a short movie Andrew’s Alteration for her role as a young girl in 2004. She also appeared in A Year and a Day as a girl in 2005. Emily also portrayed the role of Andie in the drama-thriller film Gone Girl, released in 2014. The movie (starring Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike) is based on the novel of the same name. First TV Show Emily made a guest appearance in 2 episodes of American teen sitcom iCarly with her role as Tasha in 2009 (episode titled “iSpeed Date”) and 2010 (episode titled “iEnrage Gibby”). Personal Trainer She is a foodie and wants to eat and experiment with different flavors and cuisines. Regarding her workout, she does not go to the gym, neither she has a personal trainer. Emily just goes hiking with her girlfriends. Emily Ratajkowski Favorite Things Food – She is a foodie and likes every other food, which has a little different taste. But, Emily especially likes Vietnamese and Thai food. Drinks – Cocktails like whiskeys, champagne (with some gingers and bitters and sometimes honey), red wine. Source – MensFitness.com Emily Ratajkowski Facts In 2013, she was named Esquire’s “Woman Of The Year”. She was born in London, England but raised in Encinitas, California, USA. Emily had spent the majority of her childhood in Bantry, Ireland, and Majorca, Spain. She is the only child of her parents. Her father is from Poland and her mother from England. She signed a deal with Ford Models at the age of 14. Emily went topless for the November 2013 issue of GQ (Gentleman’s Quarterly). She has appeared in Maroon 5‘s “Love Somebody” music video in 2013. She has been featured on various cover pages of magazines like GQ Turkey in March 2013, Treats! US in March 2012. Emily has worked for fashion retailers Forever 21 and Nordstrom. She was sometimes called Kate Upton of 2013. She has worked with brands and designers like DKNY, The Frye Company, Kerastase, Paco Rabanne, Miu Miu, Bottega Veneta, Dolce & Gabbana, and Versace. She does not like cooking and is not good at it. But, if she gets the company of others, she would definitely like to cook something. For Halloween 2020, pregnant Emily had recreated the famous pregnancy photoshoot of Demi Moore. She has a dog named Colombo, which is a Husky-German Shepherd mix. She has been a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood. In May 2021, Emily sold her first Buying Myself Back: A Model for Redistribution Non-Fungible Token (NFT) for $140,000 at Christie’s auction house to an unidentified buyer from New York City. In her book, My Body, Emily accused Robin Thicke of grabbing her br*asts while they were shooting the music video of the 2013 song, Blurred Lines. In April 2023, Emily revealed that she had decided to quit acting. In November 2023, she faced criticism for her photoshoot in which she was seen wearing baggy jeans. TagsActressAmericanEmily RatajkowskiEnglishGeminiModel Did we miss anyone? RELATED ARTICLES Filmstars Giuliana De Sio Height, Weight, Age, Boyfriend, Biography Model Lewis Kelly Height, Weight, Age, Girlfriend, Family Musician Shaheen Jafargholi Height, Weight, Age, Girlfriend, Family 7 COMMENTS a August 12, 2014 At 12:22 AM Amazingly hot…But turned into a sl*t Reply Bunny January 6, 2015 At 10:34 PM she is half polish half english. We all know that english beauty genes are very generous Reply dude August 21, 2015 At 2:21 AM Emily’s maternal grandfather, Ely D. Balgley, was a Polish Jewish immigrant. Her mother was raised Jewish and teaches at the San Diego Jewish Academy. When asked about her heritage in 2012, Ratajkowski answered “Polish Israeli”, so she is probably Jewish. Reply aaaa February 23, 2016 At 2:10 AM being Jewish it’s just a religion not race Reply Rob July 17, 2016 At 6:11 AM Well, Polish isn’t exactly a race either, so we have Anglo-Saxon, Middle European, Semitic as her ethnicity. Reply vince Tomak October 5, 2018 At 2:06 PM is this the same girl who’s been viewed with amy schumer protesting brett kavanough? Reply thing123 April 27, 2023 At 6:15 PM jews together #our religion Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Comment: Please enter your comment! Name:* Please enter your name here Email:* You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. 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Search Search Create account Log in Personal tools Create account Log in Pages for logged out editors learn more ContributionsTalk Contents move to sidebar hide (Top) 1Early life 2Career Toggle Career subsection 2.1Early acting and music video performances 2.2Breakthrough and rise to prominence 2.3Professional expansion 3In the media Toggle In the media subsection 3.1Publishing controversies 3.2Fyre Festival controversy 4Political views Toggle Political views subsection 4.1Activism 4.2Sexuality and feminism 5Personal life 6Filmography Toggle Filmography subsection 6.1Film 6.2Television 6.3Music videos 7Written works Toggle Written works subsection 7.1Book 7.2Essays 8References 9External links Toggle the table of contents Emily Ratajkowski 44 languages AfrikaansالعربيةAzərbaycancaتۆرکجهবাংলাBrezhonegCatalàČeštinaDeutschΕλληνικάEspañolEuskaraفارسیFrançaisFryskGaelg한국어ՀայերենBahasa IndonesiaItalianoעבריתJawaქართულიMagyarمصرىBahasa MelayuNederlands日本語OccitanOʻzbekcha / ўзбекчаਪੰਜਾਬੀPolskiPortuguêsRomânăРусскийShqipSimple EnglishСрпски / srpskiSuomiSvenskaTürkçeУкраїнськаTiếng Việt中文 Edit links ArticleTalk English ReadView sourceView history Tools Tools move to sidebar hide Actions ReadView sourceView history General What links hereRelated changesUpload fileSpecial pagesPermanent linkPage informationCite this pageGet shortened URLWikidata item Edit interlanguage linksExpand all Print/export Download as PDFPrintable version In other projects Wikimedia CommonsWikiquote From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia American model and actress (born 1991) Emily RatajkowskiRatajkowski in 2016BornEmily O’Hara Ratajkowski (1991-06-07) June 7, 1991 (age 32)London, EnglandNationalityAmericanOccupationsModelactressYears active2004–presentSpouse Sebastian Bear-McClard ​ ​(m. 2018; sep. 2022)​Children1Modeling informationHeight170 cm (5 ft 7 in)[1]Hair colorBrown[1]Eye colorBrown[1]Agency DNA Model Management (New York) VIVA Model Management (Paris, London, Barcelona)[2] Websitewww.emrata.com Emily O’Hara Ratajkowski[3] (/ˌrætəˈkaʊski/,[4] Polish: [ratajˈkɔfskji]; born June 7, 1991)[5] is an American model and actress. Born in London to American parents and raised in Encinitas, California, she signed to Ford Models at a young age. Her modeling debut was on the cover of the March 2012 issue of the erotic magazine treats!, which led to her appearance in several music videos, including Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”, which catapulted her to global fame.[6] Ratajkowski’s feature film debut was a supporting role as the mistress of Ben Affleck’s character in the film Gone Girl (2014). She appeared in the 2014 and 2015 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues, and made her professional catwalk modeling debut for Marc Jacobs at New York Fashion Week in 2015. She has also walked on the runways of Paris Fashion Week and Milan Fashion Week. For her international Vogue covers and high fashion campaigns, Models.com ranks her as one of the new generation of supermodels.[7] Ratajkowski is an advocate for women’s health issues as a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood. As a self-identified feminist, Ratajkowski has received both support and criticism for her views on sexual expression. Her essay collection, My Body, was published by Metropolitan Books in November 2021 and was on the New York Times Bestseller list.[8][9] Early life Emily O’Hara Ratajkowski was born June 7, 1991[5] in Westminster, London, the only child of American school teachers Kathleen Anne Balgley and John David “J.D.” Ratajkowski.[10][11][12] She was raised in Encinitas near San Diego, California. She attended UCLA for a year before dropping out to model full-time.[13] Her father was raised Roman Catholic, whereas her mother is Jewish.[10] Ratajkowski has stated that she ethnically identifies herself as “Polish-Israeli”,[4] as her ancestors made aliyah to Israel from Eastern Europe.[14][a] She also has Irish ancestry.[15] Ratajkowski tried soccer, acting, and ballet before modeling.[3] She participated in a few local theater productions as a child and young teen.[16] Exposure to the nude female figure in photography and art during her formative years, including the work of her father and the photography of Helmut Newton and Herb Ritts, prepared Ratajkowski for nude work. She has said, “We have this culture of men, especially, watching pornography, but then offended by a classic nude portrait or photograph, and I’ve never felt that way.”[17] She was also influenced by third-wave feminism and works such as The Beauty Myth and Promiscuities by Naomi Wolf.[18] Career Early acting and music video performances The March 2012 Issue 3 treats! cover featuring Ratajkowski is the image that led to her being cast in the video for “Blurred Lines”. With encouragement from an acting coach, Ratajkowski met and signed with a talent agent who contacted Ford Models.[19] That same day,[20] she signed with Ford at age 14 and went on to do teen print catalog modeling for Kohl’s and Nordstrom.[12] At 15, Ratajkowski began auditioning for Disney and iCarly roles,[20] but she was often typecast as a bully or cheerleader and bigger roles did not materialize.[12][21] She attended San Dieguito Academy, a high school in Encinitas, while modeling and acting in Los Angeles.[21] After two nondescript movie roles, she appeared as Gibby’s girlfriend, Tasha, in two episodes of the third season of Nickelodeon’s iCarly (2009–2010).[3][22] Her manager discouraged her from pursuing many acting engagements until she could be more selective.[12][21] Ratajkowski attended UCLA for one year in 2009, and dropped out, deciding to model full-time.[12] She later said that she found the fine art education at the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture arbitrary and in conflict with her artistic concepts, and that she did not enjoy going to fraternities.[23] After campaigns and editorials with photographer Tony Duran,[15] Ratajkowski began shooting more fashion editorials and posed for several early issues of the artistic erotica magazine treats!, including the cover of its third issue, in March 2012.[12][24] She credits that cover for bringing her the two unsolicited, high-profile, music video roles.[25][26] Ratajkowski later filmed commercials for Nikon and Carl’s Jr.,[12] including multiple versions of a 2012 Carl’s Jr. commercial with Sara Jean Underwood.[27][28] She also did nude and clothed art modeling for magazines,[29] including a May 2012 shoot with Jonathan Leder,[30][31] as well as work for Frederick’s of Hollywood;[32] a 2012 holiday video and a 2011 Valentine’s video in which Ratajkowski appeared for the company are among the most popular videos on the company’s YouTube channel.[33] Ratajkowski worked with photographer Tony Kelly for the March 2013 GQ Turkey cover.[34] Ratajkowski appeared in Robin Thicke, T.I., and Pharrell Williams’s 2013 video, “Blurred Lines”.[3][12][35] Previously, Ratajkowski had been cast in two other music videos: “Fast Car” by Taio Cruz,[36] which was released on November 5, 2012,[37] and Maroon 5’s “Love Somebody”,[3] which was released two months after “Blurred Lines”.[3][25] “Love Somebody”, shot on January 16,[38] and “Blurred Lines” were both produced in 2013.[3][39] The video for “Love Somebody” was released on May 21, 2013.[40] Directed by Rich Lee, it shows bare-chested Adam Levine using inverse green screen technology to rub paint onto Ratajkowski with his hands. As they touch, they reveal each other.[41][42] Thicke had seen Ratajkowski’s treats! cover that The New York Times’s Bee Shapiro described as “an artfully composed black-and-white photograph of Ms. Ratajkowski sitting completely nude with her knees tucked to her chest” and convinced director Diane Martel to cast her in the “Blurred Lines” music video. Martel felt that “she looked smart and stunningly beautiful” in the photo.[12] Ratajkowski initially declined the role, fearing being classified as a music video model,[12] but Martel persuaded her.[29] The video was released on March 20, 2013.[43] On March 28, Thicke posted an explicit version,[44][45] with a topless Ratajkowski.[25] “Blurred Lines” was controversial: its video was called sexist for its perceived degradation of women,[46] and some felt its lyrics promoted rape.[47][48] Others disagreed,[49][50] asserting that the lyrics supported female power and sexual freedom.[51] Martel defended Ratajkowski’s performance, saying: “it’s very, very funny and subtly ridiculing.”[46] Ratajkowski did not think of the video as sexist[25] and claimed that the producers, through the use of humor and sarcasm, “took something that on paper sounded really sexist and misogynistic and made it more interesting”.[52][53] She said that the song “gave me an opportunity to say the things that I felt about feminism today and about women in general in pop culture.”[17] Ratajkowski did not feel objectified and enjoyed performing in a sexual manner:[54] The attention given to the nudity in the video, she said, shows that America has not advanced as far as it should have,[17] and, she believes, society represses sexuality, which is bad for both sexes.[55] Ratajkowski’s assessment of her involvement in “Blurred Lines” as an unequivocal and properly feminist moment were reconsidered in her 2021 memoir, My Body. A hitherto repressed exchange between Thicke and Ratajkowski was described, in which Thicke, borne of frustration and indignation at the attention Ratajkowski commanded on set at his expense, grasped Ratajkowski’s breast without her consent, causing Emily to cower and the shoot to momentarily halt. Because Ratajkowski didn’t retaliate and because Thicke wasn’t held accountable in any way, Ratajkowski relives the event in her memoir in order to illustrate the complex idea that the shoot was a real claim to female power though perhaps only as a result of the male’s behest: “[T]he women who gained their power from beauty were indebted to the men whose desire granted them their power in the first place … With that one gesture, Robin Thicke reminded everyone on the set that we women weren’t really in charge … I was nothing more than the hired mannequin.”[56] “Blurred Lines”, and Ratajkowski’s associated video performance, was prominent beyond the sociopolitical controversies. The song became the number-one song of 2013 on music charts in many countries, including Canada,[57] Ireland,[58] the Netherlands,[59] New Zealand,[60] and the United Kingdom.[61] Although second on the year-end US Billboard Hot 100 chart,[62] the song’s twelve consecutive weeks at number one made it the longest-running number-one song of the decade until “Uptown Funk” spent fourteen consecutive weeks at number one in 2015.[63][64] The song also remained in the news due to a copyright infringement lawsuit and appeal.[65][66][67] Breakthrough and rise to prominence The “Blurred Lines” video garnered Ratajkowski notoriety,[25] especially as a sex symbol.[68] In October 2013, Esquire magazine named Ratajkowski “Woman of the Year”, over online fan vote finalist Jennifer Lawrence.[69] That December, Rolling Stone magazine listed her among its twenty hottest sex symbols.[68] In February 2014, Sports Illustrated magazine named Ratajkowski as one of twelve 50th anniversary swimsuit issue rookies.[70] In April, FHM ranked her the fourth sexiest woman in the world.[71] Maxim magazine included Ratajkowski at number 62 on its 2014 Hot 100 list.[72][73] AskMen ranked her the third most desirable woman of 2014.[74] Ratajkowski was on the July 2013 cover of CR Fashion Book, which included erotic scenes with Karlie Kloss and male models, photographed by Bruce Weber.[12][25][75] On June 24, she appeared topless in the July 2014 American GQ cover story, photographed by Michael Thompson.[76][77] A controversy ensued at retailer Lands’ End, some of whose customers received the issue for free. Some customers objected to the racy images, forcing Lands’ End CEO Edgar Huber to apologize.[78] Ratajkowski photographed for Day 16 of LOVE’s Advent 2014 Days after Gone Girl’s September 26, 2014, New York Film Festival premiere,[79][80] Ratajkowski became the cover model for the November 2014 issue of Cosmopolitan.[81] On October 30, 2014, she appeared with Taylor Kitsch in the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare live-action trailer.[82][83] Ratajkowski appeared on the February 2015 FHM cover,[84] but she tweeted that her picture was used without her consent.[85][86] FHM responded that “we liked the pictures so much we stuck one on our front cover”.[87] Ratajkowski co-starred in the 2015 film Entourage as a fictionalized version of herself,[29][88] playing the love interest of Adrian Grenier’s character, Vincent Chase.[89] Her performance received critical commentary ranging from “less than compelling”, by The Hollywood Reporter’s Sheri Linden, to “uncanny realism”, by The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Steven Rea.[90][91] Grantland’s Morris described her role and performance with scathing sarcasm.[92] She was also cast in the 2015 miniseries The Spoils Before Dying as Agent Day, appearing late in the series.[93][94][95] Her performance was favorably reviewed by Emily L. Stephens of The A.V. Club,[96] while other critics commented that she was part of a solid supporting cast.[97][98] Ratajkowski earned her first leading role, opposite Zac Efron, in We Are Your Friends,[99] a musical drama released in August 2015, and was part of the film’s promotional tour to Europe and North America.[100] Starting with the August 11 London premiere,[101][102] this tour marked her ascension as a style icon as she earned multiple best dressed citations from various sources.[103][104] She played Stanford University dropout Sophie,[105] the love interest of Efron’s character and girlfriend/personal assistant of Wes Bentley’s character.[106] Her performance received mixed reviews. Alonso Duralde of TheWrap described the role as thin, as did Ty Burr of The Boston Globe.[107][108] Burr said that Ratajkowski’s performance was “surpassingly dull”,[107] while Nell Minow of Beliefnet stated that she “does more posing than acting”.[109] Jordan Hoffman of the Daily News described Ratajkowski’s performance as “stunning and sweet”.[110] Robbie Collin of The Daily Telegraph and Grantland’s Morris noted Ratajkowski’s rhythmic dancing skills and sex appeal, as previously seen in “Blurred Lines”.[111][112] Around the time of the release of We Are Your Friends, Ratajkowski appeared on the covers of Grazia France,[113] British GQ,[114] harper by Harper’s Bazaar,[115] InStyle UK,[116] and InStyle Australia,[117] as well as a role as a 2015 MTV Video Music Awards presenter.[118][119] The British GQ cover story was photographed by Mario Testino, who produced a short film featuring Ratajkowski for the magazine’s website.[54][120] Soon after, on September 17, 2015, she made her runway debut for Marc Jacobs at the spring/summer 2016 New York Fashion Week finale.[121][122] This appearance contributed to her number-one listing among Vogue’s 12 Breakout Beauty Stars of 2015.[123] For fall/winter 2016 fashions, Ratajkowski walked the Paris Fashion Week runway for Miu Miu on March 9, 2016.[124][125] She has expressed the desire to break barriers for shorter and more curvaceous models, commenting: “You don’t have to be 5’9” and an A-cup to be a successful model.”[126] Ratajkowski in 2016 A Buick Super Bowl ad for its Cascada convertible during Super Bowl 50 on February 7, 2016, featured Ratajkowski and Odell Beckham Jr.[127][128] The ad, in which she made a wedding bouquet catch reminiscent of Beckham’s catch from 2014,[129][130] received average ratings, according to USA Today’s admeter.[131] The ad was filmed with a stunt double making the catch.[132] Los Angeles-based jewelry designer Jacquie Aiche featured Ratajkowski in a spring 2016 campaign wearing almost nothing but body chains, rings, bracelets, pendants, and chokers.[133][134][135] In May, Ratajkowski appeared in the Russian-language music video “Inseparable” (sometimes translated as “Indivisible”) with Russian entertainer Dima Bilan as a photographer and Ratajkowski as his muse.[136][137][138] Professional expansion After seeing her in the “Blurred Lines” video Ben Affleck picked her to play the mistress of his character, in David Fincher’s 2014 adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s novel Gone Girl.[139] San Diego Union-Tribune described Ratajkowski’s performance as “nuanced”,[55] while Andrew O’Hehir of Salon and Wesley Morris of Grantland wrote that her small role as a “duplicitous and manipulative former student” was critical.[140][141] Reflecting on the performance in 2016, Naomi Wolf described Ratajkowski’s portrayal as sympathetic and compassionate.[20] In August 2015, Warner Bros. Pictures released We Are Your Friends, in which Ratajkowski played Sophie. In their respective reviews of the film, critics Richard Roeper and Wesley Morris said that Ratajkowski, again playing the attractive object of affection, failed to demonstrate acting prowess.[111][142] In February 2016, Ratajkowski was cast in the film In Darkness, alongside Natalie Dormer, Ed Skrein, and Stacy Martin.[143] That August, she became the spokesperson for the Australian swimwear brand Amore + Sorvete.[144] Ratajkowski was one of five models to appear on the August 2016 Vogue Germany alternate covers along with Stella Maxwell, Irina Shayk, Lily Aldridge, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.[145] Along with Joan Smalls and Kate Upton, Ratajkowski was one of three models for the October Glamour cover.[146] The cover story, which was shot by Carter Smith and includes an essay by Ratajkowski, says she has become known as an activist who considers being both sexual and serious to be non-conflicting ambitions.[147] She appeared in a season 1 episode of Joe Swanberg’s Netflix series, Easy that was released on September 22, 2016.[148][149] Her episode, in which she is a lifecasting selfie artist, met with mixed reviews.[150][151][152] She was a guest judge on the October 20, Project Runway season 15 episode.[153] By November 2016, Ratajkowski was attached to Lying and Stealing, which also starred Theo James.[154] Ratajkowski began 2017 on the February Vogue España cover shot by Miguel Reveriego.[155][156] Ratajkowski also made cover appearances on the March issue of U.S. InStyle,[157] and the May covers of American Marie Claire (with alternate covers by Janelle Monáe, Aja Naomi King, Zoey Deutch, Alexandra Daddario, et al.) and the French L’Officiel.[158][159] Bags designed by Ratajkowski for The Kooples on display at Bloomingdale’s at 900 North MichiganIn March 2017, Ratajkowski became the face of DKNY intimates.[160] On June 27, she was announced as the cover model for the August 2017 Australian Harper’s Bazaar, which had different newsstand and subscriber covers photographed by Pamela Hanson.[161] That July, after modeling for the French fashion brand The Kooples’s Fall 2017 collection, Ratajkowski was enlisted to design a 38-piece bag collection for the company. The initial version of the collection, named Emily By The Kooples, comes in six colors and features a leather carryall bag, The Emily Bag.[162][163] The bags are Italian-made and represent The Kooples’ first foray into bags.[164][165] Later that month she was announced as the feature of cover stories in the August issues of Allure[166][167] and British Glamour,[168] as well as a nude Patrick Demarchelier photospread for Love magazine.[169] That August she became the face of DL1961 jeans,[170] The Frye Company for its Fall 2017 ad campaign,[171] and the entire DKNY brand for its Fall 2017 campaign.[172] On September 23, 2017, she walked the Milan Fashion Week runway for Bottega Veneta.[173][174] Later that month, Ratajkowski revealed that she was working with a dialogue coach to learn the French and Italian languages for Lying and Stealing.[175][176] On November 1, Tyga posted an unofficial 60-second video teaser for “Tequilla Kisses”, which featured Ratajkowski.[177] As a result, Ratajkowski was noted as the starring performer in Tyga’s “Tequilla Kisses” bonus track music video.[175] However, on November 4, Tyga removed the full video from various points of internet access including his own Instagram account,[178][179] following complaints from Ratajkowski that the video was from a lookbook Ratajkowski did with Phillip Lopez in 2013.[180][177] On November 9, Harper’s Bazaar UK published a story about Ratajkowski’s impending release of her own swimwear brand after Emrata Holdings LLC acquired the trademark to Inamorata in August and she left a trail of breadcrumbs on social media. Ratajkowski retweeted the story.[181] The bathing suit line, Inamorata, went live on November 16, 2017, with three bikini separates and three one-pieces.[182][183]Ratajkowski for Vogue, 2019In January 2018, Ratajkowski shot a fashion campaign with Inez and Vinoodh, as the new ambassador for Kérastase.[184] British Vogue noted that the Kérastase endorsement was Ratajkowski’s “first beauty campaign”.[185] That March, she landed her first fragrance campaign as the face of Paco Rabanne Parfum’s women’s line.[186][187] That same month, she also earned the University of Southern California Inspire Award in at their inaugural ceremony.[188][189] On April 8, 2018, Ratajkowski won the Model of the Year award from the Daily Front Row.[190][191] On March 29, 2018, she was cast as a series regular in the NBC pilot Bright Futures.[192][193][194] The show was not included in NBC’s 2018–19 schedule.[195] The following month saw the release of the comedy film I Feel Pretty, in which Ratajkowski co-starred alongside Amy Schumer.[196] Her role, which was described as “pivotal” by USA Today critic Bryan Alexander,[197] included ad libbed improvisational comedy.[198] Ratajkowski was featured on the cover of the June 2018 issue of Marie Claire.[188] She designed the mythology-themed “EmRata x Spinelli Kilcollin” jewelry collection with Spinelli Kilcollin that launched at Barneys New York on May 30, 2018, with prices starting at $6,000.[199] On September 21, 2018, Ratajkowski walked the Milan Fashion Week runway for Versace.[200][201] That same weekend, she walked fashion week for Dolce & Gabbana.[202] The following week, Vertical Entertainment released the film Cruise, which was written and directed by Robert Siegel, and in which Ratajkowski played the female lead opposite Spencer Boldman.[203] That November, Ratajkowski appeared opposite Aaron Paul in Welcome Home.[204] External videos Discussion with Ratajkowski on My Body, November 16, 2021, C-SPAN In November 2021 a collection of essays by Ratajkowski with title My Body was published.[205] Quercus described it as “a deeply honest investigation of what it means to be a woman and a commodity”.[206] Cleveland Review of Books said the book turns “the tenuous power of a woman’s body into a voluntary disturbance.”[207] A excerpt from the book leaked by the Sunday Times describes an incident during the 2013 filming of the music video for the song “Blurred Lines”, in which Ratajkowski writes that Robin Thicke, the singer and star of the video, groped her breasts without her consent.[208] Ratajkowski was displeased at the leak, telling Extra, “What’s frustrating is I didn’t come out with it, it was leaked. It’s been hard for me, I really like to have control over my image, and I wrote this book of essays to share the whole story and all sides of it. I feel like it just turns into a clickbait frenzy, and all of a sudden words like ‘sexual assault’ and ‘allegations’ are getting thrown around rather than people reading the actual essay, so, again, I’m just looking forward to when people will be able to hear things in my own words.”[209] (See Early acting and music video performances section above for more details on this incident.) In October 2022, Ratajkowski partnered with Sony Music Entertainment to launch a podcast entitled “High Low with EmRata”.[210] In January 2023, Ratajkowski became the face of Versace’s Spring/Summer 2023 campaign.[211] Following an unsuccessful audition for Triangle of Sadness (2022), Ratajkowski quit acting. She explained that she fired her team, including her agents and manager, because she “didn’t trust them”. She also said “Hollywood is so fucked up” and she “felt like a piece of meat who people were judging, saying, ‘Does she have anything else other than her [breasts]?'”[212] In the media Ratajkowski has been frequently named in lists and polls that rank beauty or fashion in the media. She was ranked in Maxim’s Hot 100 list in both 2014 (No. 62)[72] and 2015 (No. 2).[citation needed] AskMen ranked her among its most desirable women of 2014 (No. 3)[74] and 2016 (No. 14);[213] while FHM ranked her among the sexiest in 2014 (No. 4),[71] and 2015 (No. 18).[214] She is also praised for her fashion sense: Ratajkowski made Vogue Italia’s Best Dressed List of 2015,[215] and Harper’s Bazaar placed her atop its best dressed list at the February 2016 New York Fashion Week.[216] In October 2017, American Vogue ran a feature article celebrating her “stylistic excellence”.[217] Publishing controversies Ratajkowski was one of the victims of the 2014 celebrity nude photo leak, in which several nude pictures of her were leaked online.[218][219] In 2014, artist Richard Prince appropriated one of Ratajkowski’s Instagram posts without her consent, and included the resulting painting in a show at the Gagosian Gallery in New York. Seven years later, Ratajkowski took a photograph of herself standing in front of the Prince painting, and created a non-fungible token (NFT) from it. The NFT sold at auction at Christie’s for $175,000. “I hope to symbolically set a precedent for women and ownership online, one that allows for women to have ongoing authority over their image and to receive rightful compensation for its usage and distribution,” Ratajkowski wrote on Twitter.[220] 71 photographs taken by Jonathan Leder in May 2012 were being printed in a publication by Imperial Publishing and set for display in a New York art gallery in February 2017. On November 30, 2016, Ratajkowski tweeted that she was being featured in the photobook publication without her consent. New York noted that Ratajkowski had claimed that the pictures were intended for use in an artful magazine,[30] while USA Today noted that she had hesitated to protest because she did not want to give Leder publicity.[31] She elaborated on the circumstances of the 2012 photoshoot in an essay titled “Buying Myself Back: When Does a Model Own her Own Image?” for The Cut in September 2020, reiterating that she never gave consent for the photographs to be used beyond their initial publication in Darius magazine, and stating that Leder sexually assaulted her after the photoshoot.[221][222] In September 2017, Ratajkowski took issue with image editing done for the cover of the Madame Figaro issue included in the Saturday September 16 issue Le Figaro.[223][224] In October 2019, Ratajkowski was sued for posting a paparazzi image of herself to her Instagram. Robert O’Neil, the paparazzo who took the photo at issue, argued that Ratajkowski’s posting of the photo constituted copyright infringement. However, Ratajkowski has decided against settling the suit and is challenging O’Neil’s claim against her.[225] In 2022, a settlement was ruled in favor of Ratajkowski, for having not infringed the copyright.[226] Fyre Festival controversy In 2017, Ratajkowski promoted that April’s Fyre Festival on Instagram with Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, and other actresses and models.[227] Ratajkowski was reportedly the only actress or model to use the hashtag #ad,[228] but later deleted the post.[229] The Federal Trade Commission has said #ad only worked if at the beginning of paid posts, and that the hashtag alone was not a sufficient disclaimer.[229][230] A second class action lawsuit against Fyre Media, McFarland, Ja Rule, and the event promoters in Los Angeles was filed.[231] The plaintiff alleges that they deceived patrons into attending the festival by paying over 400 social media personalities and celebrities to promote it. The parties are accused of breach of contract, negligent misrepresentation, and fraud.[232] Political views Activism Ratajkowski has raised funds,[233] done public service announcements,[234] and committed to a being in a short film promoting reproductive and sexual health for Planned Parenthood.[235][236] Ratajkowski expressed support for State of Palestine during the Gaza–Israel conflict.[237] On the eve of the February 2016 New Hampshire Democratic primary, Ratajkowski spoke at a Bernie Sanders rally in New Hampshire to endorse his campaign.[238][239][240] One of the main points of her speech, and her social media activity surrounding it, was to counter Gloria Steinem’s statement that young female Sanders supporters were involved in the campaign to meet potential male romantic partners.[241][242] In 2020, she again endorsed Sanders for the Democratic nomination.[243][244] Sexuality and feminism Ratajkowski described the pressure that she endured as a youth around her sexuality and her thoughts on female sexual empowerment, in Lena Dunham’s Lenny Letter newsletter on February 16, 2016.[245][246][247] Elle magazine, Esquire magazine, and Harper’s Bazaar republished her letter,[248][249][250] which drew praise from critics including Glamour magazine’s Hayley Spencer,[251] The Huffington Post’s Jenavieve Hatch,[252] Cosmopolitan magazine’s Nikki Kinstlinger,[253] Rachael Moon of the Daily Mirror,[254] and Georgia Simmonds of Marie Claire, who lauded Ratajkowski for observations, calling the letter “powerful”.[255] Salon’s Erin Coulehan described the essay’s identification of a societal catch-22, in which showcasing female sexuality that may “offend, excite, or create envy” leads to criticism and body shaming.[256] InStyle’s Isabella Silvers concurred that “female sexuality isn’t always for the benefit of someone else”.[257] Charlotte Gill of The Independent admitted that she was in the minority in finding the letter “rambling” and “dull”.[258] In an October 2014 Cosmopolitan interview, Ratajkowski said she enjoys freedom of sexual expression “while still being a feminist”,[81] and is outspoken about using her celebrity to support the empowerment of women and women’s sexuality.[259] However, Amanda Hess of Slate questioned whether she is a feminist or an opportunist exploiting feminism.[260] Ratajkowski defended Kim Kardashian from criticism when Kardashian posted a controversial nude selfie on Instagram in March 2016, saying that women have the right to “express their sexuality and share their bodies however they choose”.[261] Then, Kardashian and Ratajkowski jointly advocated via social media for female sexual empowerment and against body shaming; nearly one million of their social media followers responded positively, and prominent global media outlets took notice.[262][263][264] Commentator Piers Morgan reacted to Ratajkowski’s letter by saying that her form of feminism was a misguided affront to true feminism,[265] labeling it pseudo-feminist gibberish.[266] After Morgan wrote that “feminism as it was intended is dead”, the Chicago Tribune’s Heidi Stevens, as well as The Daily Telegraph’s Helen Pankhurst said that Ratajkowski neither killed nor bolstered feminism.[267][268] Women’s Wear Daily’s Taylor Harris questioned the impact of Ratajkowski’s feminism,[269] as did The Independent’s Gill, saying that Ratajkowski’s professional activities “continued to advocate industries that treat us as pieces of meat”.[258] Heather Saul of The Independent wrote in support of Ratajkowski in an article subtitled “Ratajkowski is becoming an important feminist voice in the debate over female censorship and sexuality”.[270] New York’s Allie Jones called Ratajkowski “the best feminist celeb”.[271] In 2021, Ratajkowski published her first book, My Body,[205] which includes several previously published essays as well as personal stories. An excerpt was published in The Guardian.[272] Personal life In December 2014, Us Weekly confirmed she had begun dating Jeff Magid, a musician.[273] By early 2018, they had reportedly broken up.[274] On February 23, 2018, Ratajkowski announced on Instagram that she had married actor and producer Sebastian Bear-McClard, her boyfriend of several weeks, in a New York City courthouse wedding.[275] They lived in the NoHo neighborhood of Manhattan and in Los Angeles.[276] On October 26, 2020, Ratajkowski confirmed she was pregnant. In one of her essays, she wrote about how both her husband and herself did not wish to discuss their child’s sex until their child was born.[277][278] She gave birth to their son[279] on March 8, 2021.[280][281] In July 2022, Ratajkowski and Bear-McClard separated.[282] In September, she filed for divorce.[283] Filmography Film Year Title Role Notes 2004 Andrew’s Alteration Young Girl Short film 2005 A Year and a Day Girl Movie 2014 Gone Girl Andie Fitzgerald 2015 Entourage Herself 2015 We Are Your Friends Sophie 2018 Cruise Jessica Weinberg 2018 I Feel Pretty Mallory 2018 In Darkness Veronique 2018 Welcome Home Cassie 2018 The American Meme Herself Documentary film 2019 Lying and Stealing Elyse Television Year Title Role Notes 2009–10 iCarly Tasha Episodes: “iSpeed Date”, “iEnrage Gibby” 2015 The Spoils Before Dying Agent Day 3 episodes 2016 Easy Allison Lizowska Episode: “Art and Life” 2022 Ziwe Herself Episode: “Empowerment” 2023 History of the World, Part II White Mary Magdalene Episode: “VIII” Music videos Year Title Artist 2012 “Fast Car” Taio Cruz 2013 “Blurred Lines” Robin Thicke feat. 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Her role, which was described as “pivotal” by USA Today critic Bryan Alexander, included ad libbed improvisational comedy. On March 29, 2018, was cast as a series regular in the NBC pilot Bright Futures. The yet unaired pilot was compared to Friends and How I Met Your Mother. The show was not included in NBC’s 2018–19 schedule. She was featured on the cover of the June 2018 issue of Marie Claire. She designed the mythology-themed “EmRata x Spinelli Kilcollin” jewelry collection with Spinelli Kilcollin that launched at Barneys New York on May 30, 2018, with prices starting at $6,000. On September 21, 2018, Ratajkowski walked the Milan Fashion Week runway for Versace. That same weekend, she walked fashion week for Dolce & Gabbana. In September 2017, Ratajkowski took issue with image editing done for the cover of the Madame Figaro issue included in the Saturday September 16 issue Le Figaro. American Vogue ran a feature article the following month for her “stylistic excellence”. In January 2018, Ratajkowski shot a fashion campaign with Inez and Vinoodh, as the new ambassador for Kérastase. British Vogue noted that the Kerastase endorsement was Ratajkowski’s “first beauty campaign”. Then in March 2018, she landed her first fragrance campaign as the face of Paco Rabanne Parfum’s women’s line. She also earned the University of Southern California Inspire Award in at their inaugural ceremony in March 2018. On April 8, 2018, Ratajkowski won the Model of the Year award from the Daily Front Row. In September 2014, Ratajkowski was a victim in a female celebrity hacking and internet posting wave of stolen nude iCloud photographs. In December 2014, Us Weekly confirmed she had begun dating musician Jeff Magid. By early 2018, they had reportedly broken up. On February 23, 2018, Ratajkowski announced on Instagram that she had married actor and producer Sebastian Bear-McClard, her boyfriend of several weeks, in a surprise New York City courthouse wedding. 2017 Ratajkowski began 2017 on the February Vogue España cover shot by Miguel Reveriego. Ratajkowski also made cover appearances on the March issue of U.S. InStyle, and the May covers of American Marie Claire (with alternate covers by Janelle Monáe, Aja Naomi King, Zoey Deutch, Alexandra Daddario, et al.) and the French L’Officiel. In 2017, Ratajkowski promoted Fyre Festival on Instagram with Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, and other actresses/models. Ratajkowski was reportedly the only actress or model to use the hashtag #ad, but has since deleted the post. The Federal Trade Commission has said #ad only worked if at the beginning of paid posts, and that the hashtag alone was not a sufficient disclaimer. A second class action lawsuit against Fyre Media, McFarland, Ja Rule, and the event promoters in Los Angeles was filed. The plaintiff alleges that they deceived patrons into attending the festival by paying over 400 social media personalities and celebrities to promote it. The parties are accused of breach of contract, negligent misrepresentation, and fraud. On June 27. she was announced as the cover model for the August 2017 Australian Harper’s Bazaar, which had different newsstand and subscriber covers photographed by Pamela Hanson. In July 2017 after modelling for the French fashion brand The Kooples’s Fall 2017 collection, Ratajkowski was enlisted to design a 38-piece bag collection for the company. The initial version of the collection, named Emily By The Kooples, comes in 6 colors and features a leather carryall bag, The Emily Bag. The bags are Italian-made and represent The Kooples’ first foray into bags. Later that month she was announced as the feature of cover stories in the August issues of Allure and British Glamour as well as a nude Patrick Demarchelier photospread for Love magazine. Ratajkowski played Jessica Weintraub, the female lead opposite Spencer Boldman in the film Cruise, which was written and directed by Robert Siegel. She was hired as part of the cast of the film In Darkness, alongside Natalie Dormer, Ed Skrein, and Stacy Martin. Ratajkowski had a role opposite Aaron Paul in Welcome Home. On September 23, she walked the Milan Fashion Week runway for Bottega Veneta. Later that month, Ratajkowski revealed that she was working with a dialogue coach to learn the French and Italian languages for Lying and Stealing. On November 1, Tyga posted an unofficial 60-second video teaser for “Tequilla Kisses”, which featured Ratajkowski. As a result, Ratajkowski was noted as the starring performer in Tyga’s “Tequilla Kisses” bonus track music video. However, on November 4, Tyga removed the full video from various points of internet access including his own Instagram account, following complaints from Ratajkowski that the video was from a lookbook Ratajkowski did with Phillip Lopez in 2013. On November 9, Harper’s Bazaar UK published a story about Ratajkowski’s impending release of her own swimwear brand after Emrata Holdings LLC acquired the trademark to Inamorata in August and she left a trail of breadcrumbs on social media. Ratajkowski retweeted the story. The bathing suit line, Inamorata, went live on November 16, 2017 with three bikini separates and three one-pieces. In March 2017, she became the face of DKNY intimates. In August she became the face of DL1961 jeans. In August 2017, Ratajkowski became the face of The Frye Company for its Fall 2017 ad campaign. That August, she became the face of the entire DKNY brand for its fall 2017 campaign. 2016 A Buick Super Bowl ad for its Cascada convertible during Super Bowl 50 on February 7, 2016, featured Ratajkowski and Odell Beckham Jr. The ad, in which she made a wedding bouquet catch reminiscent of Beckham’s catch from 2014, received average ratings, according to USA Today’s admeter. The ad was filmed with a stunt double making the catch. Los Angeles-based jewelry designer Jacquie Aiche featured Ratajkowski in a spring 2016 campaign wearing almost nothing but body chains, rings, bracelets, pendants, and chokers. In May, Ratajkowski appeared in the Russian-language music video “Inseparable” (sometimes translated as “Indivisible”) with Russian entertainer Dima Bilan as a photographer and Ratajkowski as his muse. Ratajkowski was one of five models to appear on the August 2016 Vogue Germany alternate covers along with Stella Maxwell, Irina Shayk, Lily Aldridge, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Along with Joan Smalls and Kate Upton, Ratajkowski was one of three models for the October Glamour cover. The cover story, which was shot by Carter Smith and includes an essay by Ratajkowski, says she has become known as an activist who considers being both sexual and serious to be non-conflicting ambitions. She appeared in a season 1 episode of Joe Swanberg’s Netflix series, Easy that was released on September 22, 2016. Her episode, in which she is a lifecasting selfie artist, met with mixed reviews. She was a guest judge on the October 20, Project Runway season 15 episode. By November 2016, Ratajkowski was attached to Lying and Stealing, which also starred Theo James. Ratajkowski described the pressure that she endured as a youth around her sexuality and her thoughts on female sexual empowerment, in Lena Dunham’s Lenny Letter newsletter on February 16, 2016. Elle magazine, Esquire magazine, and Harper’s Bazaar republished her letter. Critics, including Glamour magazine’s Hayley Spencer, The Huffington Post’s Jenavieve Hatch, and Rachael Moon of the Daily Mirror, praised it. According to Cosmopolitan magazine’s Nikki Kinstlinger and Georgia Simmonds of Marie Claire, Ratajkowski finds self-empowerment in defining and owning the expression of her sexuality and body. Salon’s Erin Coulehan described the essay’s identification of a societal catch-22, in which showcasing female sexuality that may “offend, excite, or create envy” leads to criticism and body shaming. InStyle’s Isabella Silvers concurred that “female sexuality isn’t always for the benefit of someone else”. Charlotte Gill of The Independent admitted that she was in the minority in finding the letter “rambling” and “dull”. Ratajkowski defended Kim Kardashian from criticism when Kardashian posted a controversial naked selfie on Instagram in March 2016, saying that women have the right to “express their sexuality and share their bodies however they choose”. Then, Kardashian and Ratajkowski jointly advocated via social media for female sexual empowerment and against body shaming; nearly one million social media followers responded positively, and prominent global media outlets took notice. In August 2016, Ratajkowski became the spokesperson for the Australian swimwear brand Amore + Sorvete. According to a November 26, 2016, story on Page Six of the New York Post, 71 photographs taken by Leder in May 2012 were being printed in a publication by Imperial Publishing and set for display in a New York art gallery in February 2017. On November 30, 2016, Ratajkowski tweeted that she was being featured in the photobook publication without her consent. New York noted that Ratajkowski had claimed that the pictures were intended for use in an artful magazine, while USA Today noted that she had hesitated to protest because she did not want to give Leder publicity. On the eve of the February 2016 New Hampshire Democratic primary, Ratajkowski spoke at a Bernie Sanders rally in New Hampshire to endorse his campaign. One of the main points of her speech, and her social media activity surrounding it, was to counter Gloria Steinem’s statement that young female Sanders supporters were involved in the campaign to meet potential male romantic partners. In 2020, she endorsed Sanders once again for the Democratic nomination. 2015 Ratajkowski co-starred in the 2015 film Entourage as a fictionalized version of herself, playing the love interest of Adrian Grenier’s character, Vincent Chase. Her performance received critical commentary ranging from “less than compelling”, by The Hollywood Reporter’s Sheri Linden, to “uncanny realism”, by The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Steven Rea. Grantland’s Morris described her role and performance with scathing sarcasm. She was also cast in the 2015 miniseries The Spoils Before Dying as Agent Day, appearing late in the series. Her performance was favorably reviewed by Emily L. Stephens of The A.V. Club, while other critics commented that she was part of a solid supporting cast. Ratajkowski earned her first leading role, opposite Zac Efron, in We Are Your Friends, a musical drama released in August 2015, and was part of the film’s promotional tour to Europe and North America. Starting with the August 11 London premiere, this tour marked her ascension as a style icon as she earned multiple best dressed citations from various sources. She played Stanford University dropout Sophie, the love interest of Efron’s character and girlfriend/personal assistant of Wes Bentley’s character. Her performance received mixed reviews. Alonso Duralde of TheWrap described the role as thin, as did Ty Burr of The Boston Globe. Burr said that Ratajkowski’s performance was “surpassingly dull”, while Nell Minow of Beliefnet stated that she “does more posing than acting”. Kyle Smith of the New York Post described her performance as “quietly entrancing”, and Jordan Hoffman of the Daily News described Ratajkowski’s performance as “stunning and sweet”. Robbie Collin of The Daily Telegraph and Grantland’s Morris noted Ratajkowski’s rhythmic dancing skills and sex appeal, as previously seen in “Blurred Lines”. Around the time of the release of We Are Your Friends, Ratajkowski appeared on the covers of Grazia France, British GQ, harper by Harper’s Bazaar, InStyle UK, and InStyle Australia, as well as a role as a 2015 MTV Video Music Awards presenter. The British GQ cover story was photographed by Mario Testino, who produced a short film featuring Ratajkowski for the magazine’s website. Soon after, on September 17, 2015, she made her runway debut for Marc Jacobs at the spring/summer 2016 New York Fashion Week finale. This appearance contributed to her number-one listing among Vogue’s 12 Breakout Beauty Stars of 2015. For fall/winter 2016 fashions, Ratajkowski walked the Paris Fashion Week runway for Miu Miu on March 9, 2016. She has expressed the desire to break barriers for shorter and more curvaceous models, commenting: “You don’t have to be 5’9″ and an A-cup to be a successful model.” 2014 Ratajkowski appeared in the 2014 and 2015 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues. She made her professional runway modeling debut for Marc Jacobs at New York Fashion Week in 2015 and has since walked on the Paris Fashion Week runway for Miu Miu and Milan Fashion Week for Bottega Veneta, Dolce & Gabbana and Versace. Ratajkowski appeared in a Buick Super Bowl commercial during Super Bowl 50. She has become the spokesperson for brands such as DKNY, The Frye Company, Kerastase, Paco Rabanne and DL1961. Ratajkowski leveraged her sudden prominence into supporting roles in major films. Ratajkowski played Andie Fitzgerald, the mistress of Ben Affleck’s character, in David Fincher’s 2014 adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s novel Gone Girl. Affleck encouraged Fincher to consider Ratajkowski after seeing the “Blurred Lines” video. U-T San Diego described Ratajkowski’s performance as “nuanced”, while Andrew O’Hehir of Salon and Wesley Morris of Grantland wrote that her small role as a “duplicitous and manipulative former student” was critical. Reflecting on the performance in 2016, Wolf described Ratajkowski’s portrayal as sympathetic and compassionate. Days after Gone Girl’s September 26, 2014, New York Film Festival premiere, Ratajkowski became the cover model for the November 2014 issue of Cosmopolitan. On October 30, 2014, she appeared with Taylor Kitsch in the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare live-action trailer. Ratajkowski appeared on the February 2015 FHM cover, but she tweeted that her picture was used without her consent. FHM responded that “we liked the pictures so much we stuck one on our front cover”. Ratajkowski has been frequently named in lists and polls that rank beauty or fashion in the media. She was ranked in Maxim’s Hot 100 list in both 2014 (No. 62) and 2015 (No. 2). AskMen ranked her among its most desirable women of 2014 (No. 3) and 2016 (No. 14); while FHM ranked her among the sexiest in 2014 (No. 4), and 2015 (No. 18). She is also praised for her fashion sense: Ratajkowski made Vogue Italia’s Best Dressed List of 2015, and Harper’s Bazaar placed her atop its best dressed list at the February 2016 New York Fashion Week. 2013 “Love Somebody”, shot on January 16, and “Blurred Lines” were both produced in 2013. The video for “Love Somebody” was released on May 21, 2013. Directed by Rich Lee, it shows bare-chested Adam Levine using inverse green screen technology to rub paint onto Ratajkowski with his hands. As they touch, they reveal each other. Thicke had seen Ratajkowski’s treats! cover that The New York Times’s Bee Shapiro described as “an artfully composed black-and-white photograph of Ms. Ratajkowski sitting completely nude with her knees tucked to her chest” and convinced director Diane Martel to cast her in the “Blurred Lines” music video. Martel felt that “she looked smart and stunningly beautiful” in the photo. Ratajkowski initially declined the role, fearing being classified as a music video model, but Martel persuaded her. The video was released on March 20, 2013. On March 28, Thicke posted an explicit version, with a topless Ratajkowski. “Blurred Lines”, and Ratajkowski’s associated video performance, was prominent beyond the sociopolitical controversies. The song became the number-one song of 2013 on music charts in many countries, including Canada, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Although second on the year-end US Billboard Hot 100 chart, the song’s twelve consecutive weeks at number one made it the longest-running number-one song of the decade until “Uptown Funk” spent fourteen consecutive weeks at number one in 2015. The song also remained in the news due to a copyright infringement lawsuit and appeal. The “Blurred Lines” video garnered Ratajkowski notoriety, especially as a sex symbol. In October 2013, Esquire magazine named Ratajkowski “Woman of the Year”, over online fan vote finalist Jennifer Lawrence. That December, Rolling Stone magazine listed her among its twenty hottest sex symbols. In February 2014, Sports Illustrated magazine named Ratajkowski as one of twelve 50th anniversary swimsuit issue rookies. In April, FHM ranked her the fourth sexiest woman in the world. Maxim magazine included Ratajkowski at number 62 on its 2014 Hot 100 list. AskMen ranked her the third most desirable woman of 2014. Ratajkowski was on the July 2013 cover of CR Fashion Book, which included erotic scenes with Karlie Kloss and male models, photographed by Bruce Weber. On June 24, she appeared topless in the July 2014 American GQ cover story, photographed by Michael Thompson. A controversy ensued at retailer Lands’ End, some of whose customers received the issue for free. Some customers objected to the racy images, forcing Lands’ End CEO Edgar Huber to apologize. 2012 After campaigns and editorials with photographer Tony Duran, Ratajkowski began shooting more fashion editorials and posed for several early issues of the artistic erotica magazine treats!, including the cover of its third issue, in March 2012. She credits that cover for bringing her the two unsolicited, high-profile, music video roles. Ratajkowski later filmed commercials for Nikon and Carl’s Jr., including multiple versions of a 2012 Carl’s Jr. commercial with Sara Jean Underwood. She also did nude and clothed art modeling for magazines, including a May 2012 shoot with Jonathan Leder, as well as work for Frederick’s of Hollywood; a 2012 holiday video and a 2011 Valentine’s video in which Ratajkowski appeared for the company are among the most popular videos on the company’s YouTube channel. Ratajkowski worked with photographer Tony Kelly for the March 2013 GQ Turkey cover. Ratajkowski appeared in Robin Thicke, T.I., and Pharrell Williams’s 2013 video, “Blurred Lines”. Previously, Ratajkowski had been cast in two other music videos: “Fast Car” by Taio Cruz, which was released on November 5, 2012, and Maroon 5’s “Love Somebody”, which was released two months after “Blurred Lines”. 2009 Ratajkowski began acting as a child in San Diego before she gained a recurring role on the Nickelodeon series iCarly (2009–2010). Her feature film debut was as the mistress of Ben Affleck’s character in the 2014 film Gone Girl. Her other roles have included the films Entourage (2015), We Are Your Friends (2015), I Feel Pretty (2018) and Welcome Home (2018), as well as the miniseries The Spoils Before Dying (2015) and the anthology series Easy (2016). Ratajkowski is an advocate for women’s health issues as a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood. As a self-identified feminist, she has received both support and criticism for her views on sexual expression. She attended San Dieguito Academy, a high school in San Diego, while modeling and acting in Los Angeles. After two nondescript movie roles, she appeared as Gibby’s girlfriend, Tasha, in two episodes of the third season of Nickelodeon’s iCarly (2009–2010). Her manager discouraged her from pursuing many acting engagements until she could be more selective. Ratajkowski attended UCLA for one year in 2009, then decided to model full-time. She later said that she found the fine art education at the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture arbitrary and in conflict with her artistic concepts, and that she did not enjoy socializing with fellow students. 2004 Before Ratajkowski left London at the age of five, she was obsessed with theater. She began acting as a child, staging shows for her family. Her earliest role was as Elsa in the North Coast Repertory Theatre School’s The Little Match Girl. In 2004, she played Harriet in the interactive Lyceum Theatre production of Harriet Potter and the Throne of Applewort. Ratajkowski tried soccer, acting, and ballet before modeling. 1991 Emily O’Hara Ratajkowski (/ˌ r æ t ə ˈ k aʊ s k i / , Polish: [ratajˈkɔfskji] ; born June 7, 1991) is an American model and actress. Born in London and raised in San Diego, Ratajkowski first appeared on the cover of the March 2012 issue of the erotic magazine treats!, which led to her appearing in two music videos – Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” (the number-one song of 2013 in several countries) and Maroon 5’s “Love Somebody”. Emily O’Hara Ratajkowski was born on June 7, 1991, in Westminster, London, the only child of American parents, Kathleen Anne Balgley and John David “J.D.” Ratajkowski. Balgley, who earned her PhD from the University of California, San Diego, became a lecturer of English at the University of California, Los Angeles. She then taught American literature in Poland from September 1987 to July 1988, and again from September 1988 to July 1989, under the Fulbright Program. Balgley met Ratajkowski, a painter and art teacher, while they were both teaching at San Dieguito Academy in Encinitas, California. At the time of their daughter’s birth, they were aged 39 and 45, respectively, and unmarried. Ratajkowski describes her mother as a “feminist and intellectual”. The family lived in West Kensington and Bloomsbury before settling in San Diego, California, when Ratajkowski was five. She was raised primarily in nearby Encinitas. Balgley formerly taught at California Polytechnic State University, and as of 2011, teaches at San Diego Jewish Academy. Celebs Wiki Emily Ratajkowski fans also viewed: Bree Condon Bradley Soileau Montana Cox Rebecca de Alba Naila Nayem Sara Blomqvist Katya Sambuca Gabriela Tafur Anna Benson Daisi Pollard Bree Condon Bradley Soileau Montana Cox Rebecca de Alba Naila Nayem Sara Blomqvist Katya Sambuca Gabriela Tafur Anna Benson Daisi Pollard prevnext Discover today’s celebrity birthdays and explore famous people who share your birthday. View popular celebrities life details, birth signs and real ages. 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Born in London and raised in San Diego, Ratajkowski first appeared on the cover of the March 2012 issue of the erotic magazine treats!, which led to her appearing in two music videos – Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” (the number-one song of 2013 in several countries) and Maroon 5’s “Love Somebody”. Ratajkowski appeared in the 2014 and 2015 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues. She made her professional runway modeling debut for Marc Jacobs at New York Fashion Week in 2015 and has since walked on the Paris Fashion Week runway for Miu Miu and Milan Fashion Week for Bottega Veneta, Dolce & Gabbana and Versace. Ratajkowski appeared in a Buick Super Bowl commercial during Super Bowl 50. She has become the spokesperson for brands such as DKNY, The Frye Company, Kerastase, Paco Rabanne and DL1961. Body Measurements Height and Weight 2023 How tall and how much weigh Emily Ratajkowski? 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See How She Stacks Up to Other Stars Skip to content Menu Menu Brands and Designers Entertainment News Celebrity Fashion Style and Shopping Guides « Bella Hadid Flashes Black Lace Anine Bing Bra in RiRi Sandals Kate Hudson Attends Hollywood Film Awards in Gianvito Rossi Pumps » Emily Ratajkowski Height: Taller Than You Think? See How She Stacks Up to Other StarsPUBLISHED November 13, 2016|UPDATED November 26, 2023|BY Jan Stromsodd Please subscribe to our newsletter to receive updates from Your Next Shoes. This post may contain affiliate links. Please see our disclosure for more details. Measuring 5ft 5 1⁄2 (166.4 cm) and known from the “Blurred Lines” music video and the 2014 movie adaptation of Gone Girl, Emily Ratajkowski is much shorter than most other models. Understanding Emily Ratajkowski’s Shoe Size Emily Ratajkowski wears a size 9 (US) shoe, which translates to roughly size 39-40 in European sizing, 7-7.5 in the United Kingdom, and 25-25.5 in Japan. This shoe size is slightly above average and not unusually large for a woman in the United States. Emily Ratajkowski is slightly taller than Michelle Lewin, who is 5 feet 4 inches (162.6 cm). Emily Ratajkowski stands at a height of 5ft 5 1⁄2 (166.4 cm), slightly taller than Michelle Lewin, who has a height of 5ft 4 (162.6 cm) (Credit: Ron Adar / Shutterstock) Emily Ratajkowski’s Height in the Context of American Women Emily Ratajkowski’s height of 5ft 5 1⁄2 (166.4 cm) can be considered slightly above average for an American woman. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the average height for adult women in the United States is approximately 5ft 4 inches (162.6 cm). Emily Ratajkowski’s Perspective on Her Height “I’m not a typical model. I know people are always like, ‘What do you mean?’ but I’m 5’7”, I’m four inches shorter than every girl on set, I have big boobs,” she said about her relatively short height in an interview with OfficeMagazine. Emily Ratajkowski Amongst Taller Models Emily Ratajkowski is the shortest among the women below, standing at 5 feet 5.5 inches (166.4 cm), while Karlie Kloss is the tallest at 6 feet 1.5 inches (186.7 cm). In between, Winnie Harlow is 5 feet 8.25 inches (173.4 cm) tall, and Natalia Vodianova is 5 feet 8 inches (172.7 cm) tall. Karlie Kloss towers at 6ft 1 1⁄2 (186.7 cm), while Winnie Harlow and Natalia Vodianova stand at 5ft 8 1⁄4 (173.4 cm) and 5ft 8 (172.7 cm), respectively, with Emily Ratajkowski being the shortest at 5ft 5 1⁄2 (166.4 cm) (Credit: Jerome Domine / ABACA / INSTARimages) Challenges Faced by Emily Ratajkowski in Her Modeling Career Emily Ratajkowski faced challenges in her journey to becoming a successful model. In an interview with The Los Angeles Times, she discussed her high school years at San Dieguito Academy, where she didn’t have a niche and had never considered modeling as a career. Initially, she pursued art at UCLA, specializing in mixed media, but her parents were concerned about her career prospects in this field. Eventually, she dropped out of college when her modeling career took off. Despite her initial success in modeling, Emily faced rejection from New York agencies due to her height. It was a time when agencies rarely made exceptions for shorter models. The Influence of Katie Grand on Emily Ratajkowski’s Career Katie Grand, founder of Love magazine, played a pivotal role in Ratajkowski’s career by featuring her in her first editorial spread in 2015. “At the time, you’d only make one or two exceptions for a shorter model per show,” says Katie Grand. “It was always a bit archaic; for a very long time, it was ‘the model fits the clothes,’ rather than ‘the clothes fit the model.’” Emily Ratajkowski wears a white dress and matching perforated Adidas Everyn sneakers in New York City on August 1, 2019 (Credit: WENN) How old is Emily Ratajkowski? Emily Ratajkowski was born on June 7, 1991, in Westminster, London, England. She celebrated her 32nd birthday on June 7, 2023. Is Emily Ratajkowski Polish? Identifying as “Polish-Israeli,” her maternal grandfather was a Polish Jewish immigrant, and one of her paternal grandparents was Polish. She also has Irish, German, English, and Welsh ancestry. Actress Emily Ratajkowski displays her feet and legs in Celine heeled slide sandals for an interview on Late Night with Seth Meyers in New York City on March 10, 2020 (Credit: John Eddy / INSTARimages) “In my 20s, a musician friend met and married a Polish artist, Natalia Witkowska. Natalia was the finest painter that I’ve ever known. We worked and had exhibitions together for a few years when she sent photographs of my work to a friend of hers in Warsaw. I had no idea that she had done this, but an invitation came for me to exhibit in 1981 (a very interesting time in Poland). I took the invitation as an adventure, but when I arrived, all of my father’s and grandparent’s ways came back to me. I felt a genuine connection. For the first time, I thought of myself as Polish – I still do. I’ve returned to Poland many times,” her artist father, John Ratajkowski, told The First News. “People either think I have a crazy Polish accent or a British accent; then I say ‘gnarly’ and surprise everyone,” Emily joked about her accent in an interview with Vanity Fair. Emily Ratajkowski wears a neon orange dress with a chainmail purse from Paco Rabanne and black strappy sandals for Gigi Hadid’s 27th birthday party at Zero Bond in New York City on April 23, 2022 (Credit: MEGA / WENN) On February 23, 2018, Emily Ratajkowski announced that she married actor and producer Sebastian Bear-McClard. She filed for divorce in September 2022. Emily Ratajkowski displays her feet in strappy black heels at the Balmain show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2015/2016 on March 5, 2015, in Paris, France (Credit: Beretta / Sims / Startraksphoto) Born to American parents in London and raised mainly in California, she has a net worth of approximately $8 million. Emily Ratajkowski: Facts and Fiction What is Emily Ratajkowski’s net worth?She is an American model, author and actress with an estimated net worth of $8 million. Full Name:Emily O’Hara Ratajkowski Born:June 7, 1991, in Westminster, an area of Central London, United Kingdom Dating:She married actor and producer Sebastian Bear-McClard in a surprise New York City courthouse wedding in February, 2018. In September 2022, Emily Ratajkowski filed for divorce in Manhattan Supreme Court. Emily Ratajkowski has had more high-profile relationships in the past decade than most people have in a lifetime. She’s dated athletes, musicians, actors, comedians, DJs, and even a filmmaker. She’s also dated men of all different ages and races. Her most recent boyfriends include Tom Brady, Harry Styles, Eric André, Pete Davidson, Orazio Rispo, Jeff Magid, Andrew Dryden, James Gunn, Tyga, Andrew Taggart, and Jack Harlow. Kids:Emily Ratajkowski has one child, a son named Sylvester Apollo Bear, who was born on March 8, 2021. Weight:Emily Ratajkowski is rumored to weigh 125 pounds, which is equivalent to 56.7 kilograms. Shoe Size:Emily Ratajkowski has a shoe size of 9 US. This size is considered within the average range for women and is not typically regarded as “big.” How tall is Emily Ratajkowski really?Emily Ratajkowski is 5 feet 5 1⁄2 inches (166.4 cm) tall. This is slightly taller than the average height for women in the United States, which is 5 feet 4 inches (162.5 cm). However, it is shorter than the average height for models, which is 5 feet 9 inches (175 cm). Nationality:Emily Ratajkowski is a citizen of the United States. Source of Wealth:She has earned her wealth through her modeling career, her acting career, and her book sales. What is Emily Ratajkowski’s ethnicity?She ethnically identifies herself as “Polish-Israeli” and her ethnicity is a mix of Polish, Ashkenazi Jewish, Irish, German, and English. Her father, John David Ratajkowski, is of Polish and German descent, and her mother, Kathleen Anne Balgley, is of Irish and Ashkenazi Jewish descent. Why is Emily Ratajkowski so famous?She became famous after appearing naked in the music video for Robin Thicke’s 2013 track Blurred Lines, which went viral on YouTube. How old was Emily Ratajkowski in iCarly?Emily Ratajkowski was 18 years old when she guest-starred on iCarly in 2009. She played the role of Tasha, Gibby’s (Noah Munck) girlfriend, and first appeared in the episode “iSpeed Date.” Emily Ratajkowski was born on June 7, 1991, and the iCarly episode “iSpeed Date” aired on September 26, 2009. This means that she was 18 years and 3 months old when she appeared in the episode. Emily Ratajkowski’s Thoughts on Feminism, Body Image, and More “To me, ‘sexy’ is a kind of beauty, a kind of self-expression, one that is to be celebrated.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I drive a Nissan Versa and would never spend real money on a car because I destroy things.” – Emily Ratajkowski “Your body is your body; it’s natural. Learn to love yourself for it.” – Emily Ratajkowski Emily Ratajkowski caused a stir at the glamorous Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2023 on March 12, 2023, in a strikingly transparent gown by Feben that cleverly incorporated braided embellishments along the bodice, strategically placed to maintain an element of allure (Credit: Featureflash Photo Agency / Shutterstock) “It’s rare to meet somebody who’s secure with herself, confident in who they are, and doesn’t have anything to apologize for.” – Emily Ratajkowski “One thing that I can say is that I think it’s important that there’s some sort of celebration of beautiful women that isn’t just exploitive.” – Emily Ratajkowski “What’s so dumb is that women are 50 per cent of the population, and they want to spend money to see movies where they’re portrayed as three-dimensional characters.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I’m a complete foodie, but I’m a terrible cook. If a guy can get me in the kitchen and we actually have fun cooking, that’s amazing.” – Emily Ratajkowski “The attention from the fashion world is something that I didn’t expect. I’ve shot with Bruce Weber and met Karl Lagerfeld. Having that kind of attention is really exciting.” – Emily Ratajkowski “People have told me to change it over the years, but my dad is always saying, ‘Never change your name!’ My middle name is O’Hara, so it’s a pretty epic name. Emily O’Hara Ratajkowski.” – Emily Ratajkowski Emily Ratajkowski made a stylish entrance at the Moet and Chandon’s Holiday Season Celebration in New York City in an eye-catching pink-and-burgundy satin dress on December 5, 2022 (Credit: Lev Radin / Shutterstock) “I really like to hike. L.A. is a great place for that. And doing yoga a couple of times a week is a really big part of my regimen.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I did go to UCLA for art, but the other option was going to Sarah Lawrence and doing creative writing all the way. So that is part of the reason I love to read so much.” – Emily Ratajkowski “When I was a little girl, I loved theater a lot and I was always playing and making my own worlds.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I’m more of a Smithwick’s or Bulmer’s girl than a pint of Guinness.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I enjoy modeling. I feel that acting is more fulfilling for me, and you definitely have a lot more to contribute as an actress than you do as a model, but that being said, when I shoot with a really incredible photographer, it’s exciting and inspiring.” – Emily Ratajkowski Emily Ratajkowski wearing a vintage John Galliano dress reminiscent of Carrie Bradshaw’s iconic newspaper dress from Sex and the City at 2022 Harper’s Bazaar ICONS & Bloomingdale’s 150th Anniversary on September 9, 2022, in New York City (Credit: Ron Adar / Shutterstock) “Don’t buy anything online that you’d laugh at buying in real life.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I want to know who is spending $1,000 on a sweater! That makes no sense!” – Emily Ratajkowski “I don’t go out that much – usually it’s just dinner.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I like to keep it really balanced to give my body energy and also be healthy.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I signed with an acting agent first; I wasn’t really interested in signing with a modeling agent. But that same day, they said, ‘You should go over to Ford.’” – Emily Ratajkowski “I like to be asked about the projects I’m working on. I like to be asked about the books I’m reading, the things I’m interested in, what’s exciting me right now, or even politics. Sometimes that’s fun.” – Emily Ratajkowski Emily Ratajkowski showcased her impeccable fashion sense at the 2019 CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City, wearing a stylish ensemble from the Hellessy Spring 2019 collection, complemented by The Row ‘Ascot’ bag and Tabitha Simmons ‘Eve’ gold heels on June 3, 2019 (Credit: Ovidiu Hrubaru / Shutterstock) “Female empowerment is always something that I’ve felt. It’s not about just being a model; it’s about women in general.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I’m a carnivore. I really like to eat meat. I crave iron, so I am definitely not the kind of person who you will find eating a salad.” – Emily Ratajkowski “Nudity isn’t something people should take offense to.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I love men’s butts.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I don’t know what it is, but French men love me.” – Emily Ratajkowski “A selfie is a sort of interesting way to reclaim the gaze, right? You’re looking at yourself and taking a photo while looking at everyone. But also, who cares?” – Emily Ratajkowski “I always say, ‘Do you have a body? Then you’re swimsuit ready.’ That’s all you need to worry about.” – Emily Ratajkowski Emily Ratajkowski made a stunning and daring fashion statement at the Art of Elysium Heaven Gala on January 5, 2019, wearing a red pleated Peter Dundas gown with cutouts, a slit, and a sheer skirt, perfectly embodying the event’s “heavenly” theme, and she accessorized with green statement earrings and strappy black heels, showcasing her fashion-forward style (Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock) “I grew up in San Diego, California, and I spent a lot of time in the summer basically living in a bathing suit, you know, get in the car and drive straight to the beach and spend the entire day in that thing, so I always approached bathing suits thinking that they are very much like outfits.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I don’t believe in proving myself, ever. I’m in the school of thought where if someone is a curious person, they can find whatever they want.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I absolutely love Ireland. It’s one of the most beautiful places on Earth, and I have strong ties here. Both my grandmothers are from Ireland, and I have spent every summer in Bantry since my father, who is an artist, had the romantic idea 20 years ago to buy an old farmhouse on the west coast and renovate it.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I’m a big fan of the Irish accent. After a couple of drinks, I start to get a bit of an Irish lilt, too.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I started modeling when I was – not older, but not 12. I have a mom who’s a feminist – she’s an English professor, an intellectual. She really gave me the equipment to understand that you can celebrate yourself without putting yourself down or needing to apologize for the way you look. I think that attitude is really crucial for a model.” – Emily Ratajkowski Emily Ratajkowski stands at a height of 5ft 5 1⁄2 (166.4 cm), while Aaron Paul has a height of 5ft 7 3⁄4 (172.1 cm) (Credit: Tinseltown / Shutterstock) “I think everyone has their awkward phases. Growing up isn’t easy for everyone. I definitely had my awkward moments.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I have great childhood memories cow-tipping, going off and getting lost in the bog for hours, and coming home covered in dirt.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I always have sort of been someone who has contradictory parts, and I haven’t tried to uncomplicate myself. I’ve sort of let things seem contradictory, and sometimes it really confuses people. I don’t know if it’s working all the time, but I’d rather do that than try to sell myself as one thing or another.” – Emily Ratajkowski “Your bikini should compliment your dress, and they should work together to frame your body. It’s just like layering a T-shirt under a blazer. Just keep your proportions in mind.” – Emily Ratajkowski Emily Ratajkowski shows off her feet in taupe suede sculptural Jacquemus sandals adorned with wooden bead details at the premiere of “In Darkness” at ArcLight Hollywood on May 23, 2018, in Los Angeles (Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock) “I do my own makeup for events and red carpet stuff.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I wouldn’t say I am the type of girl who craves Doritos, but I definitely love a good cupcake sometimes. Or a croissant in the morning.” – Emily Ratajkowski “The world should not be exclusive of the ideal body. It has to include all ideals, all bodies.” – Emily Ratajkowski “Generally, I just think there is a real lacking in men knowing how to hit on women.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I think always what happens when you ask men questions on the red carpet, it’s always based on what projects they’re working on, whatever they’re about, rather than this, ‘Give us little tips for all of us women’… because we’re all the same. Questions should just be more individual.” – Emily Ratajkowski Emily Ratajkowski and Natalie Dormer share the same height of 5ft 5 1⁄2 (166.4 cm) (Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock) “Desire is normal. Attention is normal, and that’s okay.” – Emily Ratajkowski “It’s absurd to think that desire for attention doesn’t drive both women and men. Why are women scrutinized for it more, then?” – Emily Ratajkowski “Wanting attention is genderless. It’s human.” – Emily Ratajkowski “The ideal feminist world shouldn’t be one where women suppress their human instincts for attention and desire. We shouldn’t be weighed down with the responsibility of explaining our every move. We shouldn’t have to apologize for wanting attention, either. We don’t owe anyone an explanation.” – Emily Ratajkowski “Every woman, whether or not they’re comfortable with the term ‘feminist,’ probably wants to be equal to men, and that is fundamentally what feminism is about.” – Emily Ratajkowski Zac Efron stands at a height of 5ft 8 (172.7 cm), while Emily Ratajkowski is slightly shorter at 5ft 5 1⁄2 (166.4 cm) (Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock) “I was real into theater, and then I tried soccer, acting and ballet. Both my parents didn’t want a child-star model, so I didn’t get into modeling until I was 14.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I genuinely hit puberty before everyone.” – Emily Ratajkowski “The female body is a beautiful thing, and it should be embraced and celebrated.” – Emily Ratajkowski “The truth is that both groups want to be noticed. Yet we view a man’s desire for attention as a natural instinct; with a woman, we label her a narcissist.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I think I had really good parents. I got really lucky. They said, ‘You’re a woman; enjoy yourself and believe that you can do things.’” – Emily Ratajkowski “I grew up eating street tacos and burritos on the beach, so I like people who can eat and aren’t afraid to show it.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I’d rather just be who I am and get the kind of movies that I want or the kind of modeling jobs I want based on who I am, really.” – Emily Ratajkowski Emily Ratajkowski flaunts her legs in an unforgettable green Fausto Puglisi dress at the 2015 MTV Movie Awards held on April 12, 2015, at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, California (Credit: Jaguar PS / Shutterstock) “To me, ‘sexy’ is a kind of beauty, a kind of self-expression, one that is to be celebrated.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I drive a Nissan Versa and would never spend real money on a car because I destroy things.” – Emily Ratajkowski “Your body is your body; it’s natural. Learn to love yourself for it.” – Emily Ratajkowski “It’s rare to meet somebody who’s secure with herself, confident in who they are, and doesn’t have anything to apologize for.” – Emily Ratajkowski “One thing that I can say is that I think it’s important that there’s some sort of celebration of beautiful women that isn’t just exploitive.” – Emily Ratajkowski “What’s so dumb is that women are 50 per cent of the population, and they want to spend money to see movies where they’re portrayed as three-dimensional characters.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I’m a complete foodie, but I’m a terrible cook. If a guy can get me in the kitchen and we actually have fun cooking, that’s amazing.” – Emily Ratajkowski “The attention from the fashion world is something that I didn’t expect. I’ve shot with Bruce Weber and met Karl Lagerfeld. Having that kind of attention is really exciting.” – Emily Ratajkowski “People have told me to change it over the years, but my dad is always saying, ‘Never change your name!’ My middle name is O’Hara, so it’s a pretty epic name. Emily O’Hara Ratajkowski.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I really like to hike. L.A. is a great place for that. And doing yoga a couple of times a week is a really big part of my regimen.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I did go to UCLA for art, but the other option was going to Sarah Lawrence and doing creative writing all the way. So that is part of the reason I love to read so much.” – Emily Ratajkowski “When I was a little girl, I loved theater a lot and I was always playing and making my own worlds.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I’m more of a Smithwick’s or Bulmer’s girl than a pint of Guinness.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I enjoy modeling. I feel that acting is more fulfilling for me, and you definitely have a lot more to contribute as an actress than you do as a model, but that being said, when I shoot with a really incredible photographer, it’s exciting and inspiring.” – Emily Ratajkowski “Don’t buy anything online that you’d laugh at buying in real life.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I want to know who is spending $1,000 on a sweater! That makes no sense!” – Emily Ratajkowski “I don’t go out that much – usually it’s just dinner.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I like to keep it really balanced to give my body energy and also be healthy.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I signed with an acting agent first; I wasn’t really interested in signing with a modeling agent. But that same day, they said, ‘You should go over to Ford.’” – Emily Ratajkowski “I like to be asked about the projects I’m working on. I like to be asked about the books I’m reading, the things I’m interested in, what’s exciting me right now, or even politics. Sometimes that’s fun.” – Emily Ratajkowski “Female empowerment is always something that I’ve felt. It’s not about just being a model; it’s about women in general.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I’m a carnivore. I really like to eat meat. I crave iron, so I am definitely not the kind of person who you will find eating a salad.” – Emily Ratajkowski “Nudity isn’t something people should take offense to.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I love men’s butts.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I don’t know what it is, but French men love me.” – Emily Ratajkowski “A selfie is a sort of interesting way to reclaim the gaze, right? You’re looking at yourself and taking a photo while looking at everyone. But also, who cares?” – Emily Ratajkowski “I always say, ‘Do you have a body? Then you’re swimsuit ready.’ That’s all you need to worry about.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I grew up in San Diego, California, and I spent a lot of time in the summer basically living in a bathing suit, you know, get in the car and drive straight to the beach and spend the entire day in that thing, so I always approached bathing suits thinking that they are very much like outfits.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I don’t believe in proving myself, ever. I’m in the school of thought where if someone is a curious person, they can find whatever they want.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I absolutely love Ireland. It’s one of the most beautiful places on Earth, and I have strong ties here. Both my grandmothers are from Ireland, and I have spent every summer in Bantry since my father, who is an artist, had the romantic idea 20 years ago to buy an old farmhouse on the west coast and renovate it.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I’m a big fan of the Irish accent. After a couple of drinks, I start to get a bit of an Irish lilt, too.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I started modeling when I was – not older, but not 12. I have a mom who’s a feminist – she’s an English professor, an intellectual. She really gave me the equipment to understand that you can celebrate yourself without putting yourself down or needing to apologize for the way you look. I think that attitude is really crucial for a model.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I think everyone has their awkward phases. Growing up isn’t easy for everyone. I definitely had my awkward moments.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I have great childhood memories cow-tipping, going off and getting lost in the bog for hours, and coming home covered in dirt.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I always have sort of been someone who has contradictory parts, and I haven’t tried to uncomplicate myself. I’ve sort of let things seem contradictory, and sometimes it really confuses people. I don’t know if it’s working all the time, but I’d rather do that than try to sell myself as one thing or another.” – Emily Ratajkowski “Your bikini should compliment your dress, and they should work together to frame your body. It’s just like layering a T-shirt under a blazer. Just keep your proportions in mind.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I do my own makeup for events and red carpet stuff.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I wouldn’t say I am the type of girl who craves Doritos, but I definitely love a good cupcake sometimes. Or a croissant in the morning.” – Emily Ratajkowski “The world should not be exclusive of the ideal body. It has to include all ideals, all bodies.” – Emily Ratajkowski “Generally, I just think there is a real lacking in men knowing how to hit on women.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I think always what happens when you ask men questions on the red carpet, it’s always based on what projects they’re working on, whatever they’re about, rather than this, ‘Give us little tips for all of us women’… because we’re all the same. Questions should just be more individual.” – Emily Ratajkowski “Desire is normal. Attention is normal, and that’s okay.” – Emily Ratajkowski “It’s absurd to think that desire for attention doesn’t drive both women and men. Why are women scrutinized for it more, then?” – Emily Ratajkowski “Wanting attention is genderless. It’s human.” – Emily Ratajkowski “The ideal feminist world shouldn’t be one where women suppress their human instincts for attention and desire. We shouldn’t be weighed down with the responsibility of explaining our every move. We shouldn’t have to apologize for wanting attention, either. We don’t owe anyone an explanation.” – Emily Ratajkowski “Every woman, whether or not they’re comfortable with the term ‘feminist,’ probably wants to be equal to men, and that is fundamentally what feminism is about.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I was real into theater, and then I tried soccer, acting and ballet. Both my parents didn’t want a child-star model, so I didn’t get into modeling until I was 14.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I genuinely hit puberty before everyone.” – Emily Ratajkowski “The female body is a beautiful thing, and it should be embraced and celebrated.” – Emily Ratajkowski “The truth is that both groups want to be noticed. Yet we view a man’s desire for attention as a natural instinct; with a woman, we label her a narcissist.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I think I had really good parents. I got really lucky. They said, ‘You’re a woman; enjoy yourself and believe that you can do things.’” – Emily Ratajkowski “I grew up eating street tacos and burritos on the beach, so I like people who can eat and aren’t afraid to show it.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I’d rather just be who I am and get the kind of movies that I want or the kind of modeling jobs I want based on who I am, really.” – Emily Ratajkowski “For me personally, I cannot spend a certain amount of money on anything but shoes, a coat, a purse, and that’s it. I could never spend more than $1K on a sweater. I’m only going to wear it twice. But you go online, and you see incredibly expensive sweaters selling out constantly.” – Emily Ratajkowski “If you’re a sexy actress, it’s hard to get serious roles. You get offered the same thing they’ve seen you in. People are like sheep, and they’re like, ‘Oh, that’s what she does well.’” – Emily Ratajkowski “My hair is very straight – people always think that I’ve ironed it when I get to set.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I want to establish myself as someone who can act and doesn’t have to rely on my figure or modelling background.” – Emily Ratajkowski “A woman can be seeking attention and also make a statement. They don’t need to be mutually exclusive.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I think ‘Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned’ might be a perfect book.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I feel like it’s always about how this girl stays thin, or what one girl is doing to another, and it shouldn’t be that way.” – Emily Ratajkowski “For me personally, I cannot spend a certain amount of money on anything but shoes, a coat, a purse, and that’s it. I could never spend more than $1K on a sweater. I’m only going to wear it twice. But you go online, and you see incredibly expensive sweaters selling out constantly.” – Emily Ratajkowski “If you’re a sexy actress, it’s hard to get serious roles. You get offered the same thing they’ve seen you in. People are like sheep, and they’re like, ‘Oh, that’s what she does well.’” – Emily Ratajkowski “My hair is very straight – people always think that I’ve ironed it when I get to set.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I want to establish myself as someone who can act and doesn’t have to rely on my figure or modelling background.” – Emily Ratajkowski “A woman can be seeking attention and also make a statement. They don’t need to be mutually exclusive.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I think ‘Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned’ might be a perfect book.” – Emily Ratajkowski “I feel like it’s always about how this girl stays thin, or what one girl is doing to another, and it shouldn’t be that way.” – Emily Ratajkowski Emily Ratajkowski Shines in Modesty at the 33rd Annual Breeder’s Cup World Championship Emily Ratajkowski made a striking departure from her usual style at the 33rd Breeder’s Cup World Championship at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia, on November 5, 2016 (Credit: Nicky Nelson / WENN) We’re all for women liberating themselves and feeling confident — don’t get us wrong — but we’re getting sick of those suggestive selfies on Instagram. Emily Ratajkowski has always been incredibly comfortable with taking her clothes off for the camera, so it was refreshing to see her turn up at the 33rd annual Breeder’s Cup World Championship looking incredibly modest. Emily Ratajkowski may have worn the Stuart Weitzman “Nudist” sandals, but her outfit was anything but (Credit: Nicky Nelson / WENN) Emily ditched her usual low necklines and strategic cutouts for a white high-neck mini dress. While the dress still hugged her body pretty snugly, the modesty of her pristine white outfit did wonders for her. Ironically, Emily paired her dress with Stuart Weitzman’s “Nudist” sandals. Emily Ratajkowski opted for a white high-neck mini dress that eschewed her typical low necklines and strategic cutouts (Credit: Nicky Nelson / WENN) Overall, we’re digging this less (exposed) is more look for Emily. She proves that you can definitely look sexy without shedding layers of clothing and that a little mystery can go a very long way. Shop Emily’s Stuart Weitzman “Nudist” sandals at Amazon, Nordstrom, and Zappos. Stuart Weitzman “Nudist” Dress Sandal, $172.43 – $435 Next DO YOU LOVE SHOES? 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