Supermodel Ashley Graham has been breaking stereotypes on what models are supposed to look like for years now. From being the first so-called “curvy model” to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Edition to not being shy about sharing pictures of her cellulite, she has inspired many women to embrace their bodies what matter what their shape or style.
Strapless bras are notoriously troublesome — They pinch. They sag. They fall. And they frustrate — but Ashley Graham has a simple solution: Size down!
Summer has started early for Ashley Graham. This weekend, the model uploaded not one, or two, but eight behind the scenes snaps from her latest Sports Illustrated swimwear shoot (thank you Instagram for the new multiple upload feature).
Sports Illustrated‘s party to celebrate their 2017 swimsuit issue saw a whole host of famous faces turn out in their very best. Kate Upton, who stars on the front of three rather racy covers, was joined by the magazine’s previous cover stars including Christie Brinkley who stunned in a vibrant red jumpsuit. Meanwhile, Ashley Graham showed off her style credentials once again in a skintight snakeskin dress while Chrissy Teigen covered up in a wrap-like design. Twitter points out the lack of swimsuits in Kate Upton’s Sports Illustrated covers, and they’re right Chrissy Teigen makes her Sports Illustrated comeback after having baby Lun
Michael Kors is one of the big shows of NYFW, so you expect a big crowd — and he did not disappoint this time. Emily Ratajkowski, Amanda Peet, Blake Lively … A gaggle of fashion fashion gals showed, including Margaret Zhang, Aimee Song, and Gala Gonzalez. Kendall Jenner closed the show in a strapless fringed gown with sequin embroidery.
Too many of us believe that to jump aboard the midriff-baring trend, that midriff better be taut, slim or barely there.
The new issue of Vogue is sparking controversy about the magazine’s so-called diversity problem and alleged airbrushing tactics. The March issue of Vogue (on newsstands February 21) is devoted to differences in beauty — what the magazine calls “The Great Beauty Shakeup” — and features models of varying ethnicities lined up on a Malibu beach. Liu Wen, Ashley Graham, Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Imaan Hammam, Adwoa Aboah, and Vittoria Ceretti. ...
Leave it to Ashley Graham to look even more flawless sans makeup. Lily Collins also recently showed off her natural beauty in a make-up free selfie on Instagram, proving that she doesn’t need a tube of lipstick or a slather of foundation to pull-off a glowing complexion.
Ashley Graham continues to promote beauty beyond size with her latest body-positive post to Instagram on Wednesday.
Ashley Graham posted a number of images of her photo shoot with Swimsuits For All. Ashley Graham is one of the most prominent faces in the modeling industry right now. One brand that she’s backed for a number of years? Swimsuits For All — a swimwear retailer that carries sizes 4 to 34 and a line of swimwear she created.
Plus-size model Ashley Graham is the star of a risqué and boundary-breaking photo shoot in V Magazine‘s January issue. Famed photographer Steven Klein photographed the 28-year-old model in a series of provocative poses at the Standard Hotel’s Meatpacking location in New York City. Ashley Graham is featured in V Magazine‘s January issue.
Ashley Graham has had quite a year. The 28-year-old became the first plus-size model to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated’s iconic swimsuit edition. She also continues to make waves in the fashion industry by pushing boundaries on body positivity, challenging unrealistic beauty standards and showing off her famous curves. With her killer figure, sultry style and love for near naked dresses it’s no wonder she manages to look flawless on the red carpet every single time.
‘Diversity’ was a real buzzword in fashion this year. In a recent panel orchestrated by The Business of Fashion on the topic of diversity and inclusion, model Joan Smalls used a term that sums up the whole problem with the current focus on diversity: “Sometimes, people jump on bandwagons and do things because it’s cool for the season.
Ashley Graham is no woman to shy away from calling out the fashion industry, whether that’s criticising body shaming or telling women to embrace their lumps and bumps. Two days ago she reacted in the most fantastic (and creative) way by posting an illustration of herself as a Victoria’s Secret angel along with the words “VICTORIA’S SECRET PLUS” on Instagram. Rather than criticising the current models, Graham brought up the issue with optimism by essentially asking: Why couldn’t Ashley Graham (or another model that falls into the ‘plus sized’ category), feature in a Victoria’s Secret show?
Just when you think the fashion industry is finally listening to calls for diversity, another door closes firmly shut. Plus-sized model Ashley Graham was “honoured” to be on the January 2017 cover of British Vogue; one of the first times a bigger woman has featured.
Ashley Graham has landed her first Vogue cover. Curvy supermodel and body-positive activist Ashley Graham has yet to meet a boundary she can’t cross. In February, Graham became the first plus-size model to land the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue cover.
Picture this: a bride in a wedding dress stands in a field with her groom—and the wedding photographer is in the shot. Oh, it’s Ashley Graham, the bride’s sister.
The plus-size model is flying the flag for diversity in the fashion industry and sprinkling a little dose of body positivity everywhere she goes. Earlier this year, Amy called out Glamour magazine on social media after her name was featured on the cover the magazine’s ‘Chic At Any Size’ special edition alongside Ashley, Melissa McCarthy, and Adele. Taking to Instagram to voice her views about the topic Amy wrote: “I think there’s nothing wrong with being plus size.