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Previously unseen topless modelling images of Emily Ratajkowski are released

13:31, January 26

Previously unseen topless modelling images of Emily Ratajkowski are released in a new collectors' edition photography book, Daily Mail has learned.

The 26-year-old model hit out at the publication and photographer Jonathan Leder on Twitter in 2016, over the initial release of the images, taken in 2012 before her career-making appearance in Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines music video.

The provocative images were all taken with a Polaroid camera at Cape House in Woodstock, New York when she flew from LA to the shoot, but Emily insisted only five of the 'hundreds' of shots were designed for publication.

Emily's images are printed in Leder's book, named Unseen Ratajkowski: The Luxury Edition, featuring 32 never-before-seen images, and in the shots she can be seen in lingerie, unbuttoned clothes and in many, totally topless.

The new edition of the book, a follow on from the Collector Edition, features 103 images in total and is nearly twice the size of the first release. 

When the images were initially released, Emily took to Twitter to hit back at the photographer, saying: 'I’ve been resisting speaking publicly on the recently released photos by Jonathan Leder to avoid giving him publicity.

'But I’ve had enough... This book and the images within them are a violation... 5 out of the now 100s of released photos were used for what they were intended: an artful magazine shoot back in 2012.'  Hitting back at Emily's claims, Leder said: 'In any case, it was a great shoot. I mean a fun shoot. We had a great time, good conversation, and worked late into the night. 

'We had a lot of discussions about music, art, the industry, and the creative process. 

'She was very pleasant to speak with, and very intelligent and well-spoken, and cultured. That, more than anything in my opinion, set her apart from other models.'

He went on: 'I would say that within 30 minutes of taking the first Polaroids, she was naked. 

'I had worked with over 500 models by that point in my career, and I can tell you that Emily Ratajkowski was one of the most comfortable models I had ever worked with in terms of her body.' 


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