"She’s the type of model I want to be — business-savvy, serious, but hilarious," says Sailor Brinkley Cook.
McGrady is on a mission to change perceptions of what it means to be beautiful.
The brand known for skimpy swimsuits on slender models made major strides in inclusion in a runway show that closed Miami Swim Week.
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit announced the cover star for its 2018 issue to be relative-unknown model Danielle Herrington on Tuesday.
Australian models Kate Wasley and Georgia Gibbs went viral a few months ago when Gibbs posted a photo that emphasized the friends' different body shapes.
To celebrate the agency's 50th anniversary, Wilhelmina Models is releasing a new book that "defines beauty." Here's what the company's CEO, Bill Wackermann, says is the key to being beautiful and becoming a successful model.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue isn’t stopping with Ashley Graham. While the magazine took a major step in the right direction by crowning their first ever curvy cover girl and rookie of the year in 2016, it’s still making moves towards including more size diverse women. Case in point: the magazine has just added another plus size beauty to its roster.
“I still want designers to cast more sizes and not segregate sizing, and for agents to step up and not segregate sizing. I want to see all sizes, races, ethnicities, ages, everything."
Lindsey Vonn stuns at Sports Illustrated’s Fashionable 50. The skier attended Sports Illustrated’s annual Fashionable 50 party, where the most stylish people in sports are honored. The athlete’s platinum hair and smokey makeup completed the icy look, and brought the heat.
Move over, Jennifer Aniston. Curvy model Hunter McGrady is the star of a new body-positivity ad for bottled water company Icelandic Glacial.
Mayim Bialik and Sports Illustrated plus-size model Hunter McGrady get real about stretch marks, body image, and why postpartum bodies are “badass.”
New mom Brook Power is a new mom, and she’s Playboy’s 2017 Playmate of the Year. Playboy has crowned its 2017 Playmate of the Year — and here’s why you should care: Brook Power is not only the first Native American model to snag the title, she’s also a new mom. On the cover, Power poses topless in a tropical setting with a carefully positioned parrot, and in one interior shot, she leans against rocks in a waterfall, topless and wearing sheer, gold embroidered pants.
Here's Hunter McGrady in body paint in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. The process took 12 hours from start to finish, and the end result is sensational.
Since she first appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2014, Ashley Graham has brought more and more diversity to the magazine with each coming year. This time, she’s adding more shapes, ethnicities, and ages in a Swimsuits for All campaign that was shot in the streets of San Juan, Puerto Rico. See our ad in @SI_Swimsuit 2017! Bring the flavor to the beach in the new #AshleyGrahamxSwimsuitsForAll collection – now sizes 6-22! Shop link in bio.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue queen is back, and she’s bringing friends. By she, we mean the one and only Christie Brinkley, and by friends, we mean her daughters. And this was a major accomplishment for up-and-coming model Sailor Brinkley Cook.
Bravo to Sports Illustrated for breaking the mold and taking a risk with its 2016 cover models: plus sized model Ashley Graham, UFC fighter Ronda Rousey, and blonde bombshell Hailey Clauson.
What a time to be alive! It’s 2016 and Sports Illustrated is making history — in more ways that one. “The three covers of Hailey, Ronda and Ashley celebrate the new SI Swimsuit,” MJ Day, assistant managing editor said of the women and the magazine’s decision to choose them.
Out of the loop? Here’s the fashion news you may have missed today—Feb 9, 2016:
You can always count on Sport Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue to get lots of attention thanks to its scantily-clad (and often body-painted) models. Last year, there was even more buzz due to SI’s inclusion of Robyn Lawley, the first plus-size model to appear in its pages. But when flipping through the issue, many people passed right over Lawley’s lithe figure, and assumed that the plus-size model garnering the attention was Ashley Graham, featured in Swimsuitforall’s #CurvesInBikinis advertisement. That one advertisement whipped up so much excitement, it’s not surprising that Swimsuitsforall has another curvy campaign in the 2016 edition.
This morning, Sports Illustrated announced its Sportsperson of the Year to be Serena Williams, a clear choice considering she won 53 of 56 matches and three of four Grand Slam events this year. But the cover decision, photographed by Yo Tsai, is also monumental: Williams is the first and only Sportsperson of the Year to be slathered in baby oil and photographed without pants. ...
The first time Joe Zee met Chrissy Teigen, she gave him the recipe for “birthday cake popcorn.” It was a sure sign they’d be close friends and now, years later, they’re co-hosts on ABC’s new daily syndicated talk show, FABLife. While Zee brings his fashion expertise to the table, Teigen will be schooling America on food.
Will Hiring Hot Models Convince Women That Tinder Isn’t Scummy? Dating app Tinder wants you to know that it has its users’ best interests at heart. Eh, we all make mistakes.) To spread the Super Like gospel, Tinder made a promotional video starring my favorite former Victoria’s Secret Angel Erin Heatherton and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Nina Agdal—who have definitely never had to go on Tinder, themselves, seeing as their exes are Leonardo DiCaprio and Adam Levine, respectively.