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Ashley supports a more size-inclusive fashion industry

Ashley Graham jumped into the spotlight when she became the first plus-size model on the cover of Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit Edition and her popularity and rise to the top of the modeling industry hasn’t slowed down. And she isn’t just a pretty face.

Ashley has been advocating for more diversity in modeling sizes since she came into the scene. Her newest gig is as an ambassador of Revlon, a big deal for a plus-size model. She is proudly curvy, even advocating for curvier models on the runway.

After attending Rihanna’s recent Fenty show, she praised the racial diversity included on the runway, but she did note that it would have been great to see curvier models. And Fenty isn’t the only place where Ashley is letting her voice be heard.

She was a part of the 2016 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show as a proud, curvy model, and she hoped that Victoria’s Secret would add additional curvy models in the future. She also advocates for adding in more sizes to fashion brands, praising names like Michael Kors for adding up to size 20 to their sizing options.