Emily Ratajkowski shows off her new haircut as she bundles up in a long coat during NYC walk… after signing on for series with Lena Dunham

Emily Ratajkowski revealed on social media on Tuesday that she had chopped her long brown hair to a much shorter length.

The next day the 32-year-old took her new cut for a walk in New York City.

The My Body author – who owns an extensive collection of coats – was spotted wearing a long, rich caramel brown suede coat with a black lining and black lapels and cuffs.

Under the coat, the cover girl wore a black top, slacks and boots as she shoved her hands deep into her pockets.

Oval, John Lennon-style sunglasses sat on her face and small gold earrings adorned her ears. 

Emily Ratajkowski took her new, shorter haircut for a walk in New York City

Emily Ratajkowski took her new, shorter haircut for a walk in New York City 

On social media on Tuesday, she revealed she had chopped her long brown hair to a much shorter length. A scissor emoji helped drive her message home

On social media on Tuesday, she revealed she had chopped her long brown hair to a much shorter length. A scissor emoji helped drive her message home

The iCarly alum made a cute post about her shorter hairstyle on her Instagram Stories.

As she moved and swished her hair for the camera, she posted a simple emoji of a pair of scissors on the video.

The mom of one’s new hairdo is considerably shorter, falling to just an inch or so below her collar bone. 

In other recent Emrata news, the super model is set to join the cast of Lena Dunham’s new Netflix series Too Much.

Netflix announced the project that Dunham created with her husband Luis Felber back in December.

Megan Stalter (Hacks) and Will Sharpe (The White Lotus) were announced as the leads in the upcoming romantic comedy series. 

‘This is a show that is very close to my heart – created with my husband Luis, cast with my favorite actors – the geniuses that are Meg and Will, along with a bevy of friends – and partnering again with Working Title, who are behind the romantic comedies that formed me,’ Dunham said when the series was announced.

‘Netflix has been so deeply supportive of the vision, which is to create a romantic comedy that makes us root for love, brings joy but also has the jagged edges of life,’ she concluded. 

The series follows Stalter as Jessica, a single workaholic recovering from her last relationship, who decides to start over and takes a new job in London, where she meets Felix (Sharpe), as they try to determine if Americans and Brits ‘speak the same language.’

Ratajkowski will play Felix’s ex Polly, via Variety, who is said to be the exact opposite of Jessica.

The My Body author, 32, owns an extensive collection of coats and was spotted wearing a long, rich caramel brown suede coat with a black lining and black lapels and cuffs

The My Body author, 32, owns an extensive collection of coats and was spotted wearing a long, rich caramel brown suede coat with a black lining and black lapels and cuffs

Under the coat Emily wore a black top, pants and boots and shoved her hands deep into her pockets

Under the coat Emily wore a black top, pants and boots and shoved her hands deep into her pockets

Her now just below collar bone length hair looked sleek and healthy as it fell about her shoulders

Her now just below collar bone length hair looked sleek and healthy as it fell about her shoulders

Emily showed off her new haircut while wearing a black bra

 Emily showed off her new haircut while wearing a black bra

The mom of one's new hairdo is considerably shorter, falling to just an inch or so below her collar bone

The mom of one’s new hairdo is considerably shorter, falling to just an inch or so below her collar bone

Sharpe’s Felix is described as ‘less Hugh Grant in Notting Hill and more Hugh Grant’s drunken roommate,’ and he’s not who Jessica expected to be attracted to.

Nonetheless, she still ‘finds that their unusual connection is impossible to ignore, even as it creates more problems than it solves.’

The initial release also revealed that, like Sharpe himself, he was raised between his birthplace of London and by his family in Japan, before he returned to London.

The show is described as, ‘an ex-pat rom-com for the disillusioned who wonder if true love is still possible, but sincerely hope that it is.’

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