Emily flashes the flesh in smoldering holiday campaign for Express

Emily Ratajkowski flashes the flesh in a string of smoldering outfits for the Express holiday campaign

Winter may be just around the corner.

But Emily Ratajkowski turned the heat back up when she posed in a smoldering holiday campaign for Express.

The 28-year-old slipped into a plunging black full-sleeved bodysuit that showed off her knockout legs and emphasized her derriere.

Pulling that pout: Emily Ratajkowski turned the heat back up when she posed in a smoldering holiday campaign for Express

She blew through a string of sizzling ensembles, tucking a flannel red top into a pair of checked monochrome trousers.

Emily cut a fashionable figure in a golden brown knit sweater-dress, wrapping up in a zebra print scarf and adding a pair of leopard print stiletto boots.

Even when bundling up for the winter beneath a muffler, beanie and sweater, she selected a top that bared her sculpted midriff.

The I Feel Pretty star unleashed her animal instinct in a leopard print jacket and trousers, shooting her best smoldering stare at the camera.

Smoldering: The 28-year-old slipped into a plunging black full-sleeved bodysuit that showed off her knockout legs and emphasized her derriere

What a look: She blew through a string of sizzling ensembles, tucking a flannel red top into a pair of checked monochrome trousers

Kicks: Emily cut a fashionable figure in a golden brown knit sweater-dress, wrapping on a zebra print scarf and a pair of leopard print stiletto boots


Hands in the pockets: Even when bundling up for the winter beneath a muffler, beanie and sweater, she selected a top that bared her sculpted midriff

The I Feel Pretty star unleashed her animal instinct in a leopard print jacket and trousers, shooting her best smoldering stare at the camera

A closer look: Here the siren, who also works in movies, showed off her pretty makeup 

Emily slipped into tantalizing black stockings when she posed up for one snapshot with her fellow model Matthew Noszka.

The Gone Girl actress has her own clothing line Inamorata, which began with swimwear and has now moved into suits. 

She recently made a splash by flashing her armpit hair for a Harper’s Bazaar photo accompanying an essay she wrote about gender and sexuality.

Emily, who while showing Vogue around her vast LA apartment in 2015 said she was for a platform to ‘redistribute wealth in this country,’ got married last February.

Glamour: Emily slipped into tantalizing black stockings when she posed up for one snapshot with her fellow model Matthew Noszka

Hitting the headlines: She recently made a splash by flashing her armpit hair for a Harper’s Bazaar photo accompanying an essay she wrote about gender and sexuality

She made a splash with her surprise courthouse marriage to Sebastian Bear-McClard in New York City, wearing a $200 Zara trouser suit.

This year, she defended her producer husband after he was accused of wriggling out of paying rent on his apartment.

His landlord told the New York Post that Sebastian was exploiting a starving artists’ loophole to avoid ponying up a total of $120,000 in rent.

Businesswoman: The Gone Girl actress has her own clothing line Inamorata, which began with swimwear and has now moved into suits

Sadie, Sadie: She made a splash with her surprise courthouse marriage to Sebastian Bear-McClard in New York City, wearing a $200 Zara trouser suit

Although he was reported to be worth multi-millions, Emily denied as much on her Twitter page a couple of weeks after the New York Post article.

‘He’s an independent movie producer so people thinking he’s rich is real nice but not based in fact. He was raised in the neighborhood he lives in now, both of his parents are artists who were priced out of their homes in downtown New York,’ she claimed.

Saying she ‘moved in w/ him a year ago,’ she wrote: ‘I’m proud he’s fighting the good fight against a real estate conglomerate that bought the building he lives in for 40 million and has continued to spread misinformation on its tenants in order to profit.’

Loyal: This year, she defended her producer husband after he was accused of wriggling out of paying rent on his apartment

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