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Emily Ratajkowski the New Face (and Body) of Jacquie Aiche Jewelry

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Model follows in the footsteps of fellow hotties Behati Prinsloo and Rocky Barnes

Los Angeles-based jewelry designer Jacquie Aiche has nabbed another famous face (and figure) for her spring 2016 campaign — stunning model Emily Ratajkowski. Ratajkowski, who first popped up on the national radar in the video for Robin Thicke’s number-one hit “Blurred Lines” and has continued to appear in various states of almost-nudity pretty much every week since, stars in Aiche’s new campaign, wearing the designer’s body chains, rings, bracelets, pendants and chokers … and, uh, we can’t remember anything else.

Social media, unsurprisingly, is boiling over, with one picture posted by Ratajkowski on her personal Instagram page garnering more than 200,000 likes in just a few days. (Unfortunately, we’re not gonna show you that one and will instead embed one of the slightly less salacious images below.) More steamy shots available on the Jacquie Aiche website.

A photo posted by Emily Ratajkowski (@emrata) on Mar 18, 2016 at 11:33am PDT

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