Emily Ratajkowski 'Frees The Nip' On Instagram
Free The Nipple
Wearing a monochromatic Marc Jacobs ensemble with a sheer top, Emily worked the camera to tease her followers. She highlighted her "free nip" and posed with her jacket unzipped to show off her revealing top.
"I heard they freed the nip on instagram so," she captioned her post.
Her Sexy Ensemble
The curvy model also debuted a short, wavy bob with choppy bangs. She posted a collection of pics that showcased her brown ensemble, keeping her breasts covered with her bomber jacket.
Fans praised her look in the comment section and even pal Addison Rae dropped a compliment. "Best look ever," she wrote.
Comedian Eric Andre, who is currently dating Ratajkowski also commented with "🔥🔥🔥".
The unlikely duo almost broke the internet when they made their relationship Instagram official on Valentine's Day.
Andre shared naked photos of themselves inside an apartment, with his clothes laying all over the floor. Emily can be seen in the mirror without pants on, snapping the photo from her phone.
Last year, the Inamorata founder filed for divorce from her husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard, after cheating allegations. The two share a son together and were together for four years.
Feeling All The Emotions
She shared with Harper's Bazaar that being newly single has been exciting for her and she is still getting used to the burst of emotions she is feeling.
“I feel anger, sadness. I feel excitement. I feel joy. I feel levity. Every day is different."
Dating In The Public Eye
She has been having fun casually dating around. Before Andre, she has also been linked to Brad Pitt and Pete Davidson. A source told People that Brad and Emily had an "attraction" but it was nothing serious.
According to Emily, it's been a challenge keeping her dates low-key because the paparazzi always follow her. She had to learn to navigate dating in the public eye and respect her significant other's feelings and boundaries.
Tricky But Fun
"They know exactly where I'm at even with things that I don't necessarily want to share, and they don't necessarily want to know," she said in an episode of her podcast. "So, that's been a whole other aspect of just trying to keep things casual and also be cognizant of people's feelings, and that's been kind of tricky to navigate."