Never-Before-Seen Emily Ratajkowski Polaroids? Twist Our Arms.

You’ve seen her dance like everyone’s watching, walk her dog and ride a horse bareback, but you’ve never seen Emily Ratajkowski like this before.

That’s because  Imperial Publishing’s Unseen Ratajkowski features 32 images of the American sarlet that have never been released before.

Featuring 103 Polaroid images overall — all of which were snapped by Jonathan Leder — the luxury edition of Unseen Ratajkowski is the first time the 32 pictures of Ratajkowski taken on a two-day 2012 photoshoot in Woodstock, NY, have seen the light of day. Featuring a foreword by art historian Susan Rothschild, the 118-page book is bound in a 13-lb. cover with gold foil stamping. All of the prints inside are presented in a 9” x 11” format.

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“Ratajkowski gives Leder something unique,” Imperial writes of the new book. “Expertly positioned on vintage floral rugs and furniture that evokes childhood vacation memories, Ratajkowski is a midcentury pin-up queen with a millennial edge.”

Limited to 990 copies signed by Leder, the book is priced at $90 and is shipping now.

If you’d like even more Em Rata exposure(s) — and we don’t blame ya —  Leder’s original Polaroids will be on display at the Volta Art Fair in NYC from March 7th to 11th later this year.