Ashley Graham nails the 'forearm bra' pose in her latest swimsuit shoot

Posted February 17, 2018

A native of Compton, California, Herrington appeared in the swimsuit edition past year posing in her first professional shoot, according to SI.

The 25-year-old, who rocketed to global stardom thanks to her fabulous curves, was standing on a large rock in the middle of a the beach when things turned sour.

The 24-year-old model is the face of the 2018 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, after being named the magazine's Rookie just last year. "Do you understand how MAJOR this moment is", she wrote on Instagram.

As she cavorts on the beach, hands all over her size-16 frame, Ashley suddenly appears in the most supportive swimsuit known to big-busted womankind; the forearm bra top.

"She's an extra hard worker and a natural brand ambassador". Tyra Banks was the cover model in 1996 and 1997. "I was the 1st, but she is MY (and YOUR) Model Olympian today!"

Sports Illustrated's latest Swimsuit Issue features, as always, some of the most lovely women in the world posing in some of the world's most attractive locales.

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"I really saw the vision for the photo, but as I climbed on the rock I did look down and was like 'this is going to end badly, '" Upton told Sports Illustrated. "I remember being told I was going to live in NY", she told Sports Illustrated.

Herrington said she hopes to continue to inspire young black girls the way Banks inspired her.

Kate had her say on the viral clip, in which she revealed that it was her heavy skirt that "dragged" her down.

While admitting it took her longer than others to realize her S.I. dream, Kostek said wouldn't a change a thing. They've also integrated a photography campaign called "In Her Own Words" which the SI site claims, "is a continuation and evolution of the essence of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit".

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