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"Blurred Lines" Model Lands Campaign — Robin Thicke Nowhere In Sight

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    Recognize the model in the new REVOLVE campaign? Think hard. If you need a hint, picture her shimmying with Pharrell, spooning Robin Thicke, and cuddling a baby goat. Yep, this is Emily Ratajkowski, star of the "Blurred Lines" video — also known as the most loved, most banned, most parodied video of 2013. Oh, and it's the one you couldn't get out of your head no matter how hard you tried (oh, how we tried).

    Not content to be an anonymous video hottie, Ratajkowski will soon make her acting debut in Gone Girl and has just landed her first big campaign, showing off REVOLVE's spring ‘14 wares. Called #THENEWNEW, this sexy, stylish lookbook highlights the retailer's mix of established brands like Lovers + Friends and IRO with emerging designers like Self Portrait and MLV. More importantly, it proves that Ratajkowski wears clothes at least as well as she, well, didn't wear them in a certain music video. She is definitely a face to watch in 2014. And, we're sort of glad it's not half hidden by a goat this time around.

    Click on to see the entire lookbook, and stay tuned for REVOLVE's redesigned site, coming in February. As with Ratajkowski, it's pretty great when a familiar face gets a whole new look.

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