The statuesque brunette donned a black and white patterned button-up shirt, black pants, and black shoes as she moved through the city.
The 30-year-old supermodel carried a large black bag over her shoulder as well as a small black handbag.
On the town: Emily Ratajkowski was seen exiting her New York City apartment on Saturday as she headed to Saturday Night Live
A nude face mask with black straps hung from one of her wrists and the San Diego-raised superstar sported oversized black sunglasses.
With her dark hair flowing beyond her shoulders and styled in a center part, the mom-of-one wore a black necklace with a drop pendant.
Also on Saturday, the author took some time to post a set of photos on Instagram, enthralling her 28.5 million followers.
The images showed her doting on her small child, Sylvester Apollo Bear, whom she shares with husband Sebastian Bear-McClard.
Stylish: The statuesque brunette donned a black and white patterned button-up shirt, black pants, and black shoes as she moved through the city
Social media star: Also on Saturday, the author took some time to post a set of photos on Instagram, enthralling her 28.5 million followers
Mom mode: The images showed her doting on her small child, Sylvester Apollo Bear, whom she shares with husband Sebastian Bear-McClard
The pictures featured the fashionista in a leopard print flat cap, as her chocolate-colored hair spilled out underneath.
The 5ft7in siren extended the look with animal print pants that she paired with a black top and an oversized, plush black coat. The getup was finished with white sneakers.
Sylvester happily sat on his mom’s hip, dressed in a purple hat, red jacket, and navy and yellow bottoms.
Fashion-forward: The pictures featured the fashionista in a leopard print flat cap, as her chocolate-colored hair spilled out underneath
Content: Sylvester happily sat on his mom’s hip, dressed in a purple hat, red jacket, and navy and yellow bottoms
Recently Ratajkowski shared her anguish over her decision to come forward with the story of Robin Thicke groping her in her new book, saying her ‘beliefs and politics evolved’ to the point where she couldn’t remain silent any longer.
The video vixen was 21-years-old when she danced topless in Thicke’s Blurred Lines music video, a massive hit that spent 12 weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100.
On Thursday, she took to Instagram to say she included an essay about her experience on the set in her book, My Body, because ‘it says so much about the evolution of my beliefs and politics.’
‘I had a hard time writing that essay for a bunch of different reasons,’ Emily began in a lengthy post shared during an Instagram Q&A on Thursday
Earlier this month, the 30-year-old model accused singer Robin Thicke of ‘groping’ her bare breasts as they shot the suggestive music video for the hit Blurred Lines in 2013
‘I had a hard time writing that essay for a bunch of different reasons,’ Emily began in a lengthy post shared during an Instagram Q&A on Thursday.
She stated that before the video, ‘most of my jobs at that point kind of sucked.
‘I was either shooting e-commerce for online stores where I felt like nothing more than a mannequin or I’d be in lingerie while some middle aged male photographer’s [sic] told me to pout,’ she recalled in the essay, aptly titled after the hit song.
In the music video, Emily and fellow models Elle Evans and Jessi M’Bengue famously danced topless with Thicke and collaborators Pharrell and rapper TI.
The women paraded in front of a balloon sign reading: ‘Robin Thicke has a big d***.’
Ratajkowski’s book My Body, out on November 9, has been met with rave reviews from critics
In the Instagram statement the video muse said she thought ‘[Blurred Lines] was different’ because she ‘was surrounded by women I liked and trusted’ and she actually ‘had fun on set.’
She continued: ‘Being a sexy girl in a music video made me feel hot and cool and powerful. I told the world that the experience was empowering. In many ways it was.’
To close out her post, Ratajkowski told her followers that they’d ‘have to read the essay to fully understand the other sides to my experience.’
The $18.29 book has gotten rave reviews from critics.
The Chicago Tribune called it a ‘provocative curve ball, with absorbing essays on beauty and consent.’
Before the career-making cameo, Emily said that ‘most of my jobs at that point kind of sucked’ and that the modeling work was often dehumanizing
Emily thought ‘[Blurred Lines] was different’ because she ‘was surrounded by women I liked and trusted’ and she actually ‘had fun on set’
Time Magazine wrote that Ratajkowski ‘brings nuanced insight to questions about empowerment versus commodification of women’s bodies and sexuality,’ according to a critic roundup on Amazon.
Though it was originally reported by the Sunday Times Of London, the full story of the model’s alleged incident with Thicke is featured in My Body.
‘Suddenly, out of nowhere, I felt the coolness and foreignness of a stranger’s hands cupping my bare breasts from behind. I instinctively moved away, looking back at Robin Thicke,’ she wrote in the essay.
Emily also commented on the hitmaker’s behavior after the alleged incident and implied that he did not take his actions seriously.
‘He smiled a goofy grin and stumbled backward, his eyes concealed behind his sunglasses,’ Ratajkowski wrote of Thicke after he allegedly groped her breasts in 2013
‘He smiled a goofy grin and stumbled backward, his eyes concealed behind his sunglasses.’
In an attempt to salvage the moment, Emily attempted to shrug off the alleged groping for the rest of the shoot.
‘I pushed my chin forward and shrugged, avoiding eye contact, feeling the heat of humiliation pump through my body. I didn’t react – not really, not like I should have,’ she wrote.
Coming forward to support Emily’s recounting of events was the video’s director Diane Martel.
‘I remember the moment that he grabbed her breasts. One in each hand. He was standing behind her as they were both in profile,’ she claimed. ‘I screamed in my very aggressive Brooklyn voice, “What the f*** are you doing, that’s it!! The shoot is over!!”‘
The filmmaker later claimed that Thicke’s drinking habits had contributed to the incident, stating: ‘I don’t think he would have done this had he been sober.’
Ratajkowski later spoke to People and gave the media outlet her reason for not going public with her allegation at the time.
Lighter note: On a lighter note, one of Emily’s fans informed her during the Q&A that they had ‘cited one of [her] essays for my MFA thesis’
‘I was an unknown model and if I had spoken out or complained, I would not be where I am today; I would not be famous,’ she told the outlet.
The runway regular also expressed that she wrote the book with the intention of having her readers attempt to empathize with her feelings and experience.
‘I hope people are able to read the essay and understand the nuance behind these kinds of situations,’ she said.
Thicke has not made any public comments or given an official statement regarding the allegation as of yet.