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Emily Ratajkowski models a daring purple gown while filming Versace's new ad campaign

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Emily Ratajkowski is the new face of the Spring/Summer 2023 Versace campaign.The 31-year-old beauty was seen in a purple lace corset with matching skirt and veil as she posed for the Italian fashion giant.The supermodel - who gave an empowering commencement speech at Hunter College on Thursday - captioned the post: 'VERSACE SS23 There really are no words.

Thank you @donatella_versace for this incredible honor.' Pretty in purple: Emily Ratajkowski stunned in a revealing purple dress as she filmed for the 2023 Versace ad campaign on Tuesday'Being the face of @versace has always been a dream of mine and I had to continually pinch myself on set to make sure I was actually there!'Italian fashion designer and artistic director Donatella Versace responded in the comments section, 'Emily, you are flawless and I love you!!

I had the best day shooting this campaign with you.' She was also seen in the Versace print ads. Emily put her taut midriff on display for her 29.7M fans as she stood in a store window wearing a tiny crop top under a black blazer with other models walking outside behind her.To finish the moto-inspired look, she wore coordinated denim and leather pants and held a black and gold Versace handbag.The beauty styled her sleek dark hair straight with a center part and opted for a nude lip and full makeup as she posed for the camera with her best pouty face.

Purple power: The beauty modeled a flowing purple dress with a veil over her face and a long lacy train The beauty styled her sleek dark hair straight with a center part and opted for a nude lip and full makeup as she posed in a few different looksFor the second shot in the carousel, she wore a similar look in purple under the same black blazer with a matching.

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