American supermodel, entrepreneur and activist Emily Ratajkowski posed for the cover of the June issue of GQ magazine and explained why her craving for provocative photographs is connected. Reported by the Daily Mail.
For the front page of a 21st century culture issue before, during and after the coronavirus pandemic, a model was photographed in underwear and a white T-shirt. It is noted that the picture was taken at home, and its author was Ratajkowski's husband, businessman Sebastian Bear-McClard.
In a conversation with reporters, a celebrity known for participating in candid photo shoots justified her work by need. According to Ratajkowski, she posed nude and earned money from it not for self-expression, but for the sake of survival.
“The modeling business has helped me get on my feet and become stable in an amazing way. Glory came to me with him, it was a real madness ,
- she shared.
In November 2018, Emily Ratajkowski was named International Woman of the Year at the GQ Australia Men of The Year Awards. Onstage, in a thank-you speech, she stated that she is using her defiant images to combat social stereotypes.
Emily Ratajkowski became famous after participating in the video for Robin Thicke's song Blurred Lines, which in 2013 took first places in the charts of 24 countries. After that, she participated in fashion weeks in New York and Paris, starred in films and television shows. In 2017, the star founded her own lingerie and swimwear brand, Inamorata Woman. Ratajkowski often appears in advertising campaigns for the brand on her own.