Emily Ratajkowski looks even better doing it herself

Rag & Bone’s DIY project isn’t quite what it sounds like – i.e. there are generally no crochet needles, glue guns or scissors involved – but in a sense it is about promoting things you can try at home. Styling, and taking your own fun denim-filled photos, namely. Looking like Emily Ratajkowski is also something you can try at home, but let’s face it, that’s a little bit more difficult to succeed at.

The DIY series is about getting models to shoot their own raw campaigns, away from the glossiness and photoshopping – just them and their Rag & Bone jeans. In Emily’s instalment, she not only looks simultaneously goofy and gorgeous in skinny jeans and no t-shirt (sometimes a t-shirt), she also adds weight to my claims about inversely unbuttoned shirts being a spring 2014 trend. Thank you, Emily.

emily ratajkowski DIY rag & Bone

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Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project
Emily Ratajkowski for Rag & Bone DIY project

Check out more of the Rag & Bone DIY Project (diy.rag-bone.com) campaign at the gallery.

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Some people's wardrobes are about a small selection of pieces that all fit within one aesthetic - Tania Braukamper isn't such a person. With a wardrobe that spans three different rooms, her approach to fashion is a mixture of current-season key pieces mixed with vintage finds she's sourced on innumerous shopping trips around the world's more cultured capitals. Despite a disparate approach to shopping, Tania is adamant that the key to mixing vintage with new season is to stick to key looks and colours that work for oneself. And it's a theory that she works into her writing for Fashionising.com, where she serves as the publication's Editor.