Just a day after model Emily Ratajkowski made her runway comeback for the latest Savage X Fenty event, she is now one of the faces of the bold new Dundas x Revolve campaign. In photos posted by Ratajkowski and designer Peter Dundas, the model poses in images that have a torn-up and vintage grain, in a series of garments. The fashion house will release this campaign in multiple publicity drops, and the volume is only expected to increase from here.

Photographed by Inez & Vinoodh, this new collection from retailer Revolve and designer Dundas is expected to debut fifty looks for a runway show scheduled for September 8 during this year’s New York Fashion Week. The date of the runway is the same day the collection is expected to drop on the Revolve website.

Ratajkowski showed off the body-conscious designs on Instagram, ranging from a black dress with tasteful cutouts in the naval and midriff and a large opening to reveal her legs, to a black swimsuit design that features tasteful gold chains. Looking for a party dress? The Dundas x Revolve campaign features a metallic gray short number that is layered over black lace details. Looking for something more bold? The line teases a bright pink pantsuit that gives an essence of power and style.

The collection doesn’t stop at clothing; it also includes a range of shoes and accessories that are just as bold and daring as the dresses and pantsuits we also see in the campaign. In a video shared to the Dundas Instagram page, the collection is said to be “Inspired by the ’70s & the ’80s,  full of rich fabrics, intricate prints, silver + so much more.”

“Working on the DUNDAS x REVOLVE collection was a great experience for me because I was able to incorporate my signature DUNDAS elements and both feel really complimentary,” Peter Dundas, DUNDAS co-founder & creative director said. “Being half-American and showing in New York, I had fun finding inspiration in American rock music and Americana culture to design an entire wardrobe for the sexy, body-conscious loving customer both brands attract.”