Ashley Graham flaunts killer curves to celebrate her brand new swimsuit collection

America's Next Top Model panellist and plus size model Ashley Graham has finally got her dream come through.

The curvaceous plus size model posed for several revealing shots to show off her new bikini line titled 'Swimsuits For All'.
In one snap, Ashley wears a cleavage-boosting red bikini that has bondage-style straps to offer support.

Switching up her look, the buxom brunette rocks a halterneck two-piece with a tropical print.

“The cycle of body-shaming needs to end”Ashley Graham

Fully committing to the style, she has a scarf wrapped around her head — a hard look to pull off, but Ashley manages just fine.

The 28-year-old poses alongside an older female model in another snap, both of them wearing matching animal-print bikinis.

With this year proving to be her best yet, the American bombshell just scored her second Vogue cover.

Posing in the 'Women Rule’ spread for the US edition’s March issue, Ashley shares the coveted space with a group of female models, among them Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid.

Proudly sharing the cover with her 200,000 Instagram followers, the in-demand model wrote: "Dream. Come. True! THANK YOU @voguemagazine for having me on your cover," followed by several hashtags: "#diversity #inclusion #thenewnorm #fearlesswomen #vogue125."
Ashley has become an advocate for plus-sized women after paving a career for herself in the fashion world.

The model has been targeted by body-shamers, but she refuses to let them slow her down.

Speaking on the subject in an open letter posted online last year, Ashley said: "For the past sixteen years, my body has been picked apart, manipulated, and controlled by others who don't understand it. But now my career has given me a platform to use my voice to make a difference."
Addressing the cruel comments she often receives on her pictures, the cover star revealed: "When I post a photo from a 'good angle,' and I receive criticism for looking smaller and selling out. When I post photos showing my cellulite, stretch marks, and rolls, I'm accused of promoting obesity."

"The cycle of body-shaming needs to end. I'm over it," Ashley added.


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