Emily Ratajkowski Poses Topless For Sexy GQ Magazine July Cover: Gone Girl Star Pictures

Celebrity Body Jun. 24, 2014 AT 11:05AM
Emily Ratajkowski on the July 2014 issue of GQ Emily Ratajkowski poses topless on the July 2014 issue of GQ Credit: Michael Thompson/GQ

Wowee, Ratajkowski! Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski stripped down for the new July cover of GQ magazine, posing topless in a sexy photoshoot. 

The rising star, 23, looks gorgeous on the front of the summer issue. She shed her top on a rocky beach, staring straight into the camera while wearing just a pair of black bikini bottoms and a white flower lei which keeps the cover from becoming X-rated. 

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Covered in body oil, Ratajkowski's beauty look is simple: Her hair is worn wet and messy and she has minimal makeup on, opting for a natural nude lip and subtle eye definition. 

Inside the issue, on newsstands July 1, the "Blurred Lines" model continues the bare theme, posing naked and topless for more seaside photos. This is famously far from the first time that Ratajkowski has chosen to pose nude. She bared all for Robin Thicke's music video with Pharrell, and shed her top again for Sports Illustrated's 2014 Swimsuit Issue

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Clearly comfortable with her body, Ratajkowski told GQ about agreeing to appear in the "Blurred Lines" video, "I didn't want to do it at first, but I talked to the director and I understood what it was."

Credit: Michael Thompson/GQ

She went on to add that she likes the song, "but if there's one thing I'd request, it's for people who see me out to not be, like, 'You're the hottest bitch in this place.' When it comes on in a bar, I run into the bathroom and hide."

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The brunette stunner gets a chance to keep most of her clothes on for her next role, starring alongside Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike in David Fincher's upcoming adaptation of Gillian Flynn's best-selling novel Gone Girl

Ratajkowski plays the mistress of Affleck's character in the crime drama, a role she did not come into by happenstance. Director Fincher told GQ, "I was talking with Ben [Affleck], and what I wanted for the [mistress] Andie role was someone who could be incredibly divisive among men and women in the audience… We needed somebody where, at the moment she appears, the women are going, 'That is unconscionable and despicable.' And you also have the men going, 'Yes, but...' And so Ben said, 'Yeah, like the girl in the 'Blurred Lines' video.'"

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The Britain-born beauty then had her role and the beginnings of an acting career ahead of her. Following the October release of Gone Girl, Ratajkowski will make an appearance in 2015's Entourage movie. 

"Hopefully, at a certain point, people will be coming up to me and saying, 'I really like your acting,'" she told GQ of her career goals. "Or better, 'I like whatever you had to say.'"

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