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Emily Ratajkowski Is on an Animal-Print Streak

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    Emily Ratajkowski
    American model and actress

What's black, white, and red all over? Behold, Emily Ratajkowski's latest street style look.

The My Body author and supermodel is busy promoting her new book in London—but not without some classic EmRata flair. See: animal print, fluff, and fall's new It boots.

This past Saturday, Ratajkowski headed to London's Battersea Arts Centre wearing a matching fluffy coat and miniskirt in a zebra print, courtesy of the Michael Kors Collection. Under the statement outerwear, she wore a black turtleneck by Isabel Marant. She went big on accessories, with a fluffy black hat (you may have seen a similar topper, designed by Emma Brewin, on Rihanna once upon a time) and red Jimmy Choo knee-high boots.

Photo credit: Ricky Vigil M - Getty Images
Photo credit: Ricky Vigil M - Getty Images

Earlier today, the model was again spotted in London, this time leaving Waterstones Gower Street after a book signing for My Body. She opted for more bold animal print, this time in the form of a fluffy cheetah-print hat. The rest of her look was more subdued in monochrome black. She wore a long coat tied at the waist, trousers, knee-high boots, and a pair of sunglasses.

Photo credit: Neil Mockford - Getty Images
Photo credit: Neil Mockford - Getty Images

My Body, which was released last month, is a collection of essays in which EmRata grapples with her sexuality, feminism, and the sometimes dark reality of the industry she works in.

"I didn't realize I was writing a book at first," she previously told BAZAAR.com. "I really started writing for myself. I've always been a big reader, which was part of the reason I never wrote. I felt like I could never write like the writers that I love, so why would I dare try? But I was starting to process a lot of ideas and experiences in my life that I had always seen in one way, and I wanted to think about them in a different way."

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