She flouted strict dress codes by posing topless at a Morroccan hotel during a recent getaway.
But Emily Ratajkowski was a little more covered-up on Monday, as she jetted out of Los Angeles in a chic pair of pinstripe palazzo pants.
Unable to resist flashing a hint of flesh, the 26-year-old model still paraded her enviably taut and bronzed abs in a casual crop top.
Looking good: Emily Ratajkowski flashed her taut abs in a crop top and chic pair of pinstripe palazzo pants as she jetted out of Los Angeles on Monday
Letting her chic outfit do all the talking, the Blurred Lines star accessorised simply with a gold pendant necklace and delicate hoops.
Styling her glossy dark hair in a sleek middle-parting, she shielded her eyes behind maroon cat-eye shades and appeared to wear minimal make-up.
Striding into the airport with her suitcase in tow, the model ensured she took centre-stage with her revealing look.
Her outing comes after she disregarded others’ attitude to nudity, when she appeared to publicly flout one Moroccan hotel’s strict dress code.
The model risked offending guests when she seemingly ignored the code of conduct set out by La Mamounia Marrakech, which stipulates that, ‘an elegant dress code is required in all public areas.’
Disregarding the rules: Emily Ratajkowski appeared to flout the dress code at her Moroccan hotel on Monday, as she posted a completely topless shot from La Mamounia Marrakech Hotel
‘Merci Marrakech, you are amazing,’ she wrote beside a picture of her standing in the doorway of the luxury palace hotel in little more than white thong bikini bottoms.
Beneath a kimono cover up, the Blurred Lines beauty was completely topless and posed provocatively with her long legs on show.
Representatives for La Mamounia Marrakech Hotel and Emily Ratajkowski have been contacted by MailOnline for comment.
Loved by Hollywood stars, artists, fashion designers and literary figures, including Charlie Chaplin, Edith Piaf, Ray Charles, Elton John, Marlene Dietrich, Maurice Ravel, Yves Saint-Laurent and Paul McCartney, the resort is known to attract an impressive clientele.
Topless: Model Emily also posed in just a pair of briefs in this Instagram photo, the day before
In breach? Emily appeared to ignore the rules for dressing on the hotel website, which stated that ‘an elegant dress code’ should be adhered to at all times
Moreover, Morocco is also an Islamic country, where clothes are considered particularly important.
Many guidelines state that Moroccans, especially in rural areas, may be offended by clothes that do not fully cover parts of the body.
Areas considered particularly ‘private’ include both legs and shoulders, especially for women. It’s just one day after a similar topless shot, in which Emily posed in just her bikini bottoms again, against a wall.
The 26-year-old Gone Girl star is seen grabbing her slightly disheveled brunette locks while covering her assets with her arms.
Shortly after the sexy snap, Emily shared a political message to her Instagram in response to news that President Trump intends to roll back free birth control under employer healthcare plans.
In the controversial move, Trump wants employers to be able to opt-out of having to offer free birth control to women claiming religious or moral objections.
‘A woman’s right to birth control should not be based on her income. Birth control is healthcare, healthcare is a civil right #mybodymychoice’ Emily wrote alongside a black and white image of gender equality activists.
Speaking out: Emily later shared a political message to her Instagram in response to news that President Trump intends to roll back free birth control under employer healthcare plans
The new policy is a long-expected revision to federal rules that require most companies to cover birth control as preventive care for women, at no additional cost.
Preventive services are supposed to be free of charge to employees and their dependents under former President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
Meanwhile, Emily spoke to Allure recently about how she feels breasts have become oversexualized.
‘It really bothers me that people are so offended by breasts,’ the model said, while posing topless for the magazine.
Designer darling: UK-born Emily was rather more covered up this week as she enjoyed the Miu Miu show at Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday
‘That’s when I realized how f**ked our culture is. When we see breasts, we don’t think of beauty and femininity. We think of vulgar, oversexualized images.
‘To me, any expression that is empowered and is your own as a woman is feminist,’ she said.
‘If a woman decides to dress sexy, it doesn’t mean she’s not a feminist. [We] should be doing things for ourselves. If that is the woman’s choice, and it makes her feel good, then that’s great. Good for her.’
Paris Fashion Week fun: The Blurred Lines video beauty rocked a more risque look on October 1