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Emily Ratajkowski, she of Blurred Lines, GQ "softporn," and now Gone Girl fame, was snapped up by Calvin Klein's Instagram campaign, #MyCalvins, about a month ago. The campaign requires that celebs and fashion folk alike reenact Kate Moss and Marky Marks sexy ads of 1993 and hashtag it #MyCalvins. Emily's went in the toplessness direction for the shoot, as anyone with the most basic knowledge of what sells would.
But soon after, the model-turned-actress discovered the general dearth of toplessness on the internet and has made it her mission to fill that void. She reposted the same shoot now three times with slight pose variations, the last of which isn't hashtagged #MyCalvins. "Happy to be back in NYC! Another CK back by popular demand," she writes. Thank goodness someone is giving the people what they've been missing this whole time.