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Already more than a year before model Emily Ratajkowski would appear in the “Blurred Lines” music video and become famous overnight, she traveled to Woodstock, New York in late Spring 2012 to work with photographer Jonathan Leder. Most pictures from the shoot were never used, with only some turning up in Leder’s “A Study in Fetishisms: Manifesto Vol. 1” photography zine. It turns out Jonathan Leder decided to bring the session together in the form of a photobook, showing a beautiful set of images of the model in a natural and very casual environment. The limited edition 32-page book has been released by Imperial Publishing in a numbered edition of 250 copies. You can buy yours now for $40 here.

Take a further look at the Emily Ratajkowski photobook over at Selectism.

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