Ashley Graham lingerie China is divine in bridal-inspired lingerie as plus-size beauty strips down for yacht shoot
She is everywhere you look and is showing no signs of slowing down as Ashley Graham continues to dominate in style.
The plus-size beauty has become the poster girl for curves after landing a coveted Sports Illustrated cover. The 28-year-old poses in lingerie for brand Addition Elle in their Dreamer Collection of bridal inspired underwear.
Ashley rocks the 12-piece collection, which will be released next month, which features bondage style strapping, double layers of lace and mesh, removable garters, and matching pearl and silver detailing.
It’s the ninth collection that Ashley has worked on for the brand. Ashley has worked with the brand for nine collections (Photo: Splash/Photos by Addition Elle) It really is the perfect marriage! (Photo: Splash/Photos by Addition Elle)
There is no moment in a woman's life where she feels most sexy than at her own wedding. The marriage of Ashley Graham and the bridal theme of dreamer is a match made in heaven says Roslyn Griner, Addition Elle's Vice President of Marketing.
While she's definitely an inspiration for real women and their bodies, not everyone is a fan.
The body activist - who strutted her stuff on the catwalk for HM Studios Autumn/Winter 2016 show for Paris Fashion Week, with the likes of Jourdan Dunn - has hit back at Cheryl Tiegs who described her size 16 body as unhealthy. Ashley looked like she OWNS the boat in this babydoll (Photo: Splash/Photos by Addition Elle) The Sports Illustrated fave rocked the 12-piece collection (Photo: Splash/Photos by Addition Elle)
She looked stunning but model Cheryl, 68, said she thinks it was wrong to glamorise full-figured girls.
That is what Dr. Oz said and I am sticking to it, she told E! News, referring to the US TV star. The plus-size beauty has her fair share of naysayers (Photo: Splash/Photos by Addition Elle)
No, I don't think it's healthy. Her face is beautiful, but I don't think it is healthy in the long run.
Ashley, 28, fired back, telling E! News: Cheryl Tiegs may have said what she said and it may have hurt a lot of peoples' feelings but my skin is so thick.
I kind of rolled my eyes, I was like, 'Oh whatever, another one of these ladies. Ashley brushed off Cheryl Tiegs' comments (Photo: Getty)
She continued: But what's great is that - the fact that she said it - it means that other women think like her. And what that means is that we really need to change the industry.
There are too many people thinking they can look at a girl my size and say that we are unhealthy. You can't, only my doctor can!
Cheryl took to Twitter to try and defend her comments but seemed to dig herself into a deeper hole.
Ashley, who wore a custom gown to Vanity Fair's Oscars party, said she rolled her eyes over Tiegs' shade (Photo: Wire Image)
She wrote: To clarify re bodyweight. Being anorexic/bulimic/overweight all connected to health problems. I want all to be as healthy as they can.
It's not the first time someone has had something negative to say about Ashley's size, with Tory ex-health minister Edwina Currie branding her obese.
Ms Currie said: It seems to me that plus size models and extolling them and making it seem normal to be obese is just dangerous and unhealthy as the zero models, the very thin ones. Edwina Currie even weighed in on Ashley Graham being a role model (Photo: Barcroft Media)
Gesturing at a picture of Ashley on BBC Breakfast, she added: I don't know who that young lady is.
Whether it's attractive or not it's unhealthy. And what you're doing if you're that sort of size, and I'm not as slim as I should be, is you're heading for diabetes which is awful.
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