Ashley Graham flaunts her stunning curves as she dons racy lingerie for new Addition Elle campaign
Ashley Graham was seen modelling numbers from the Spring Fashion and Essentials range of the Addition Elle collection as she shared some racy photos from the photoshoot
Ashley Graham has always been a voice for body confidence and body positivity, and boasts of a whopping 8.2 million followers. She took to social media to share some racy photos of her from a sizzling photoshoot for a new campaign for the Addition Elle collection.
Ashley showed off her stunning curves while she modeled the Spring Fashion as well as Essentials range which showcased underwear as well as sleepwear pieces. While she posed on a low wicker chair, Ashley was seen wearing a black lingerie set along with a sheer panel at the waist. She also sported a sultry sheer bra which had some strategically placed floral embroidery. Ashley's underwear had a pretty cream set with some subtle lace details.
In the shoot, Ashley was also seen in sleepwear looks and sported silk negligees and kimonos. The President of Addition Elle Jonathon Fitzgerald said, "Addition Elle is thrilled to continue this collaboration with Ashley. Her body confidence message and international recognition are the perfect fit with Addition Elle's messaging of inclusion and confidence."
While promoting the new collection on her Instagram, Ashley shared, "I love lingerie that's like me... loud and proud and nothing to hide." During a CVS panel called the 'Changing Face of Beauty' last year, Ashley said, "You have to continue to talk about it. I have always believed that skin color is not a trend, age is not a trend, and my size is not a trend. And that’s why I believe that, right now, this can’t be a trend — if our voices are heard loud and clear, it won’t be."
Recently, Ashley spoke to Vogue on the fashion industry's current inclusivity problem and said, "There’s still is such a lack of diversity on the runway and the luxury market. I don’t want anything to happen overnight because things don’t ever stick if it happens overnight. Slow and steady wins the race. I’ve been doing this for 20 years now, so I’m really happy to see so much progression in the last five years."
"I feel like every time I walk the runway I’m just reminding people and showcasing that beauty comes in all different sizes and it’s really that diversity, inclusion conversation," she added referring to the 20-hour flight from the US to Australia to walk one of the VAMFF shows.