- The 26-year-old model stars in the brand’s Autumn/Winter 2017 campaign for the Emily by The Kooples bag, which she designed
- The clip, titled ‘The Break Up’, sees Emily throwing out her ex’s clothes, lighting his guitar on fire and spray painting the walls of his home before storming off
- Earlier this week, Emily debuted behind-the-scenes images from her latest DKNY Intimates campaign
Model Emily Ratajkowski proves her acting abilities in ferocious fashion, playing a woman scorned in a stunning new video ad for French fashion label The Kooples.
The short clip for the brand’s Autumn/Winter 2017 campaign sees the 26-year-old model getting even with an ex in the most satisfying of ways, before storming off with her red handbag.
‘The Break Up’ begins like the ending of most relationships, with Emily screening her phone calls as she stares at photos of her and her former beau.
The Break Up: Emily Ratajkowski is dealing with a heartbreaking split in a new video for the French label The Kooples
Don’t get mad, get even: The 26-year-old model flips a table after she hears an apology message from her ex
Storming off: Emily heads to his closet and grabs his shirts and suits before heading to the balcony of the apartment
The model lets the answering machine pick up, and she can hear her ex apologizing in the background.
‘Emily I’m sorry. Please forgive me. It’s not what you think. Don’t leave,’ he says. ‘There must be more you want from this.’
The pitiful message is enough to make Emily tear up the photos and flip the table over before she storms into their bedroom.
Wearing nothing but a baggy men’s button-up, Emily grabs her ex’s shirts and suits and gleefully carries to them the balcony of the apartment, where she gleefully tosses them over the railing.
Whoop there it is: The actress gleefully tosses her former beau’s stuff off the balcony
Over it: When she returns back inside, Emily starts smashing and throwing his records
Keeping comfy: Emily is clad in nothing but a baggy men’s button-up shirt
When she returns inside, her dog watches as she smashes her ex’s records until something else catches her eye.
Emily walks towards her ex’s guitar and douses it with gasoline, technically obeying the note warning her not to touch it.
The brunette beauty has quite the smirk on her face as she lights a match, tosses it on the guitar and watches the beloved instrument go up in flames.
She then throws on a pair of jeans and starts spray painting the walls before grabbing her handbag and walking out the door.
Bright idea: Emily lights a match and gets ready to torch her ex’s guitar after dousing it with gasoline
Burn baby burn: Following the rule on the sign, Emily technically never touched the guitar when she lit it on fire
Parting gift: Emily spray paints the walls black before making her way out the apartment
As she leave the apartment, it is revealed that she spray painted ‘I’m Keeping The Bag’ on the brick wall of the building.
The Gone Girl star, who burst onto the scene when she appeared nude in Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines music video in 2013, was clearly showing off her acting chops in the short clip, as she has been in a relationship with musician and producer Jeff Magid for almost three years.
Not only is Emily the star of the video, but she also designed the Emily by The Kooples bag, which two bellow pockets, an adjustable shoulder strap that can be removed and a gold-tone metal clasp.
The handbag ranges in price from $375 for the small size to $495 for the large version, and Emily recently explained to Vogue her thought process when designing the piece.
Multihyphenate: She designed the red Emily by The Kooples bag she carried it the door
The ultimate revenge? At the end of the clip, it is revealed she spray painted ‘I’m Keeping The Bag’ on the side of her ex’s apartment building, suggesting that he bought it for her
‘The funny thing is, I don’t have a wallet, which is really stupid, which is why I love the compartments in one area,’ she said, ‘your lipstick in another, your cash in another, your birth control in another.’
Emily is also bringing some serious heat in her latest DKNY Intimates campaign.
In a series of stunning behind-the-scenes images from the shoot, which took place in New York, the 26-year-old can be seen showing off her enviably-toned physique in a burgundy lingerie set from DKNY‘s fall line.
Emily, who first rose to superstardom after appearing nearly naked in the music video for Robin Thicke’s hit Blurred Lines, can be seen showing off her most sultry poses in the images, which show off her natural beauty.
Look of love: Emily has been in a relationship with musician and producer Jeff Magid for almost three years
Lady in lingerie: Emily also stuns in a new series of behind-the-scenes images from her latest DKNY Intimates campaign
Natural beauty: The images see the 26-year-old modeling a lacy burgundy lingerie set from the brand’s fall collection
Wearing very little make-up, and with her brunette locks pulled back from her face, Emily looks positive radiant in the pictures, which were shot in New York City earlier in the summer.
It is shaping up to be a busy year for Emily, who is set to co-star in four films in the coming months.
The actress will join Natalie Dormer in the thriller In Darkness and take the lead in the romance Cruise, both of which have yet to be given release dates.
She will join forces with Amy Schumer and Michelle Williams for the comedy I Feel Pretty, due out June 29, 2018.
And Emily is also starring alongside Aaron Paul in the thriller Welcome Home, which is about a couple’s romantic trip to a cottage in the Italian countryside that turns into a nightmare.
Courtesy: Daily Mail Online