Ashley Graham has gone viral after dropping a topless photo of herself showing off parts of her ‘front goodies’ on her 18.7 million Instagram page. According to Monsters & Critics;
Ashley Graham enjoyed some Sunday relaxation as she took off her top for a skin-baring selfie.
The model and mother of two-year-old son Isaac and six-month-old twin boys Malachi and Roman appeared to be working on a little self-care as she posed topless in her bathroom.
Wearing her brown-and-gold locks down to frame her minimally made-up face, Ashley could be seen standing in front of a deep bathtub with no top on while she gave a softened gaze at the camera.
Ashley seemed to be relaxed and ready to tackle another weekend with her growing brood by highlighting her dark chocolate eyes with a subtle liner and giving her famous pout a little boost of color with mauve gloss.
Ashley cupped her bare chest with one hand as her arm carefully draped over her exposed bust for the picture, with the model captioning the shot by saying, “keeping my spirits (and boobs) lifted on this fine Sunday.”
Who is Ashley Graham?
Graham started modeling at the age of 12. In 2001, Graham signed a deal with Wilhelmina Models, after attending a model convention. In 2003, she signed a deal with Ford Models. During her early career, she appeared in YM magazine. In April 2007, she was profiled by Sally Singer of Vogue magazine. She appeared on the October 2009 issue of Glamour editorial “These Bodies are Beautiful at Every Size,” along with plus-size models including Kate Dillon Levin, Amy Lemons, Lizzie Miller, Crystal Renn, Jennie Runk and Anansa Sims. In 2010, Graham appeared in a controversial Lane Bryant TV commercial. The commercial received over 800,000 views on YouTube and was covered by news outlets such as The Huffington Post and the New York Post. On May 31, 2010, she appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, to address the controversy. She has also walked for international designers like Prabal Gurung, Michael Kors, Love Mag, Dolce and Gabbana, H&M, Tommy Hilfiger, Rag and Bone, and Christian Siriano.
In December 2010, Graham also appeared in an editorial for Bust magazine. She appeared in several Levi’s campaigns, notably Curve ID SS 2011 with Sabina Karlsson, Ana Lisboa, Marquita Pring and McKenzie Raley, and Boyfriend Collection F/W 10 with Rachel Clark, Ana Lisboa, Anais Mali, Marquita Pring and Ashley Smith. Graham has appeared in several Marina Rinaldi campaigns: Spring/Summer 2012. Fall/Winter 2012 denim, and Fall/Winter 2012 sport. Other clients include Addition Elle, Bloomingdale’s, Elomi lingerie, Evans, Hanes, Liz Claiborne Macy’s, Nordstrom, Simply Be and Target. In December 2012, Graham was featured on two billboards in New York for Lane Bryant. At the end of that year, Graham was named the Full Figured Fashion Week’s Model of the Year.
In 2013, Graham designed a lingerie line for Addition Elle, a Canadian plus-size clothing retailer. She also appeared on MTV’s Made, as a coach for an aspiring plus-size model. She appeared on the May 2014 issue for the international Harper’s Bazaar pre-fall collection and beauty editorial. She was the cover model on the June 2014 issue of Elle Quebec.[ In 2015, swimsuitsforall, a plus-size retailer for women’s swimsuits, featured Graham in an advertisement in Sports Illustrated’s annual Swimsuit Issue. The ad was part of swimsuits forall’s #CurvesInBikinis campaign. Graham was one of the first plus-size models to appear in the pages of the Swimsuit Issue. In 2016, she became the first plus-size model to appear on the cover of the Swimsuit Issue.
In 2016, Graham served as a backstage host for Miss USA 2016, Miss Universe 2016, Miss USA 2017, Miss Universe 2017 and Miss Universe 2018. In addition, she was an official judge on America’s Next Top Model on VH1.
In 2016, she also appeared opposite Joe Jonas in DNCE’s video for the song “Toothbrush.” In 2017, she competed in an episode of Spike’s Lip Sync Battle against Superior Donuts actor Jermaine Fowler. Graham won with performances of Shawn Mendes’s “Treat You Better” and Shania Twain’s “That Don’t Impress Me Much”.
In 2017, Graham released a book, A New Model: What Confidence, Beauty, and Power Really Look Like. In this memoir, she provides insight into her experiences as a model and as an advocate for body positivity, and shares her prospects for the evolution of body image in years to come. That year, Graham was also the focus of a nine-episode series on the Go90 digital network, called The Ashley Graham Project. Graham hosted second season of American Beauty Star in 2019.
Ahead of International Women’s Day, in February 2022, Ashley Graham and Joanna Griffiths released Big. Strong. Woman. at the Adweek Challenger Brands Summit, a film focused on combating female stereotypes and highlighting female strength.
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