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Back in 2017, American model and actress Emily Ratajkowski ventured into the world of fashion design by launching her own brand, Inamorata. After releasing an array of swimsuits, Inamorata continues to expand into other categories, as Ratajkowski now presents her new lingerie line, BODY.

Ratajkowski doesn't want you to see BODY as just a lingerie collection, however. She insists that it goes far beyond that. In addition to numerous lingerie styles, BODY offers comfy everyday essentials, including skirts and crop tops, as well as bikini bottoms, bike shorts, bralettes and bodysuits.

Ratajkowski has taken to Instagram to preview the collection, as she is seen donning a number of pieces from her BODY line. After getting a feel for the range, you can shop the Inamorata goods online.

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