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British GQ is celebrating the return of fall with model and actress Emily Ratajkowski on the cover of its September issue. The We Are Your Friends leading lady wears patent leather fingerless gloves and bites on a metal chain on the magazine's cover, photographed by Mario Testino.
In the feature, Emily discusses the "Fappening," as well as her role in the infamous "Blurred Lines" music video. The Free People model says that she has "gotten over that fact that I've got no privacy," and that she's done her fair share of nudity, but doesn't see herself doing something like "Blurred Lines" again. She admits, "If someone asked me to do it now, I'd probably say no." She does make sure to note that she "didn't feel objectified" when she was working on it; she was simply, "having a lot of fun as a sexual person."