Tory Burch hosts Emily Ratajkowski’s book launch in New York


It was an evening full of fashion, entertainment and literature. Last night, actress and model Emily Ratajkowski celebrated the launch of her new book, My body, in Tory Burch’s posh new store on Mercer Street in downtown Manhattan. The event was co-sponsored by PEN America, a nonprofit human rights organization that supports free speech among writers.

The highly anticipated release analyzes what it means to be a woman and a commodity through a collection of essays that recount Ratajkowski’s own experiences in the spotlight.

Ziwe with Emily Ratajkowski, Moses Sumney and Kristine Froseth.

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During the event, attendees were able to purchase Burch’s fall collection before a panel discussion between Ratajkowski and three women author Lisa Taddeo. Topics ranged from feminine desire and motherhood to relationships between women, all of which are central themes in My body.

“The most fulfilling thing in my life is my friendships and my relationships with other women,” said Ratajkowski, who wore a sheer brown jersey top over a yellow pleated skirt from Burch’s Spring / Summer 2022 collection. . She accessorized with the brand’s mini crossbody bag and banana heel boots.

tory burch, emily ratajkowski, lisa taddeo, deborah wilson
Tory Burch, Emily Ratajkowski, Lisa Taddeo and Deborah Wilson.

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Other personalities in attendance included Karlie Kloss, who lugged Burch’s ultra-chic Lee Radziwill bag, Tommy Dorfman in a peek-a-boo bralette and sleek pencil skirt, and Ziwe who donned a tweed-inspired miniskirt. ’60s. The hostess herself looked perfectly on brand in a boat neck top and pinstripe pants, by Tory Burch, naturally.

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