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Well before “Blurred Lines” and Sport Illustrated made her famous, aspiring model Emily Ratajkowski traveled to Woodstock, New York in late Spring 2012 to work with photographer Jonathan Leder. The photographs from her time with Leder are some of the more striking and raw images of a young Ratajkowski, who shows incredible comfort with herself and the camera.

Most of the pictures from that early session were destined to remain unseen, with only a sprinkling shown online and in Leder’s “A Study in Fetishisms: Manifesto Vol. 1” photography zine. But this week, Leder, under his Imperial Publishing imprint released “Emily Ratajkowski,” a 32-page ultra limited edition photobook that shares many more Ratajkowski photographs. For fans of Ratajkowski, this simple and essential volume of early work is not to be missed.

The Emily Ratajkowski” photobook is available for $40 via Imperial Publishing. You should also know that only 250 signed and crash-numbered editions were printed.

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Jeff Carvalho is Managing Director for Highsnobiety N.A. in New York City. He holds a journalism degree from Northeastern University.