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Robin Thicke 'Blurred Lines' Unrated [Video] Model Emily Ratajkowski Caught On Camera In Paris [See] By GQ Magazine Photographer; Does The Men's Publication Have A Crush?

By Staff Writer | July 09, 2013 12:57 AM EDT


British bred model Emily Ratajkowski is still gleaming in the spotlight after being one of the topless models appearing in Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" unrated video.

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Taking sometime for both business and pleasure, the Polish-Israeli beauty recently stayed in Paris to embrace all that is fashion in the city of love.

In honor of GQ Magazine, renown photographer Youngjun Koo recently went in search for the most stunning and stylish women in Paris and snagged a shot of the explicit "Blurred Lines" Ratajkowski behind-the-scenes at Paris Fashion Week. She was definitely oh so sexy chic. The infamous male magazines shared the more than Kodak moment with the self-proclaimed California girl via Twitter.


Here is another pic of Emily taken by Marissa Joye from Paris Fashion Week :


It seems like GQ Magazine has taken quite a liking to Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" unrated video girl because just several days ago she was caught rubbing elbows with the editor-in-chief.

If this doesn't prove her alliance with the popular male rag, then this sneak peak of her GQ spread should.



Tagged :  world news, Robin Thicke, Emily Ratajkowski, GQ

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