Emily Ratajkowski Tells Cosmo She Can Sleep With Who She Wants: Sexy Cover

Emily Ratajkowski looks gorgeous in Cosmopolitan
Emily Ratajkowski looks gorgeous in Cosmopolitan Eric Ray Davidson

Gorg, girl! Gone Girl star Emily Ratajkowski bared it for the November issue of Cosmopolitan, unbuttoning for a super-sexy cover. 

Against a pink background, the actress and model, 23, stuns as she poses with her hands on her hips. She shows off ample cleavage in a white collared shirt, which is unbuttoned down to her belly button. 

The revealing top is tucked into a pair of high-waisted blue jeans with a brown woven belt. Ratajkowski wears her brunette locks parted and blown out in voluminous waves and accentuates her eyes with smoky eyeliner. 

Emily Ratajkowski Cosmopolitan Cover
Eric Ray Davidson

Inside the issue, the British beauty continues to accentuate her best features in a plunging blue evening gown with a thigh-high slit up the side. In the interview, she tells the publication that she feels lucky to be a feminist who can "wear what I want, sleep with who I want, and dance how I want."

In addition to her sexy photos, the stunner's quick rise to fame is highlighted with her cover lines, asserting that she is "here to stay." Ratajkowski made a name for herself in early 2013 when she went topless for Robin Thicke's infamous "Blurred Lines" music video. 

Soon after, she booked her role in this month's highly anticipated drama Gone Girl. Ratajkowski's career is just starting to take off, as she is also set to appear in next year's Entourage movie and nabbed a part in the 2015 drama We Are Your Friends with Zac Efron

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