Ashley Graham's Revolutionary Message for Fashion Designers
It's barely July, and already Ashley Graham is having the best month ever. Not only she is tantalizing the world with sneak peeks at her new lingerie line AND landed on yet another Vogue cover, she's just given Harper's Bazaar UK her most revealing, no-holds-barred interview yet. In the interview, she says that she sets out to redefine the global definition of beauty as beyond size and to show that all women are included in this.
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