Pregnant Ashley Graham Launches New Swimsuit Collection: ‘I’ve Got Some New Curves to Embrace’

Ashley Graham has one question: What cold weather?!

The supermodel and expectant first-time mama, 32, just launched her newest inclusive swimwear collection — the Ashley Graham x Swimsuits for All Resort 2020 collection, which includes one- and two-piece options in sizes 4 to 24, boasting a variety of colors and patterns.

“I always strive to love my body, and pregnancy has given me even more reason,” Graham said in a campaign video for the colorful new line, showing off some of the designs amid a tropical backdrop.

“I’ve got some new curves to embrace,” she continued. “I love being able to wear suits that show off my curves, no matter what stage of life I’m in.”

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Perfect to stock up for the upcoming spring and summer season, the suits feature patterns with creative names like Python, Elite Havana, A-List Vida and more, in hues like black, fuchsia and rainbow.

“We always focus on fit and design in my collections, and now that I’m pregnant, all I had to do was go up one size,” Graham added in the campaign clip.

The model celebrated her new limited-edition line (which marks her fifth year collaborating with Swimsuits for All!) in a fun video on Instagram Tuesday, showing her enjoying a burger from In-N-Out during her campaign shoot.

“Come to mama 🍔🍔🍔 Anyone else feel like being pregnant gave you a whole new appreciation for your body?? 🙋🏻‍♀️,” she captioned the video. “It’s also given me insights as designer and I’m so excited to see that reflected in my new @swimsuitsforall collection!”

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“The real test when we were designing this line was that none of these are maternity suits!! All I had to do was size up and they are still supportive and have an amazing fit 💪🏼,” she continued.

“Fit tested on real people of every size, each garment is evaluated using 40 points of measure to give you the best fit possible (really),” Swimsuits for All promises of its pieces. “From high-quality, stay-put fabric, to no-quit elastic that goes the distance, to cups that don’t collapse, every part of our suits serves a purpose.”

“Season after season, our design team travels the world in search of inspiration for each new collection, bringing you more of what you want,” the company adds on its website.

Each piece in the Ashley Graham x Swimsuits for All Resort 2020 collection ranges in price from $126 to $148, but you can shop at 30 percent off right now using the code 120ASHLEY at

Ashley Graham is taking her baby bump to the beach!

The expectant mother shows off her pregnancy curves with pride in her latest swimwear campaign, and the photos are simply stunning.

Graham, who is due to have her first child this month, just released her resort ’20 swimsuit collection with longtime collaborator Swimsuits For All. In the campaign, the model celebrates her fifth anniversary designing for the size-inclusive brand and poses in a range of bikinis and one-pieces.

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Throughout her pregnancy, the 32-year-old has been open about her relationship with her body and recently revealed that she’s “never felt better” after gaining 50 pounds. And her body-positive attitude shows in the gorgeous photos.

Graham is due with her first child, a boy, this month.Swimsuits for All

This was the only campaign the model participated in while pregnant, and she says it was the perfect way to celebrate her changing body.

“Pregnancy has given me a whole new appreciation for my body, and designing this collection allowed me to truly embrace my new curves and my beautiful baby bump in a swimsuit” Graham told TODAY. “I hope this campaign reminds all women that they are sexy and should be celebrated at all stages in their lives.”

Ashley Graham’s Swimsuits For All 2019 Collection Will Have You Dreaming Of Summer So Hard

Every year when the winter weather starts showing early signs of spring, my immediate first instinct is to start browsing swimwear. Something about a new bathing suit or two to jazz up my poolside attire really helps me handle the last few weeks of cold, and gets me looking forward to spring break, summer, and more. This year, I can’t stop browsing Ashley Graham’s Swimsuits For All 2019 Collection, and while Graham’s past lines have been great, this time the pieces are above and beyond. If you’re in the market for a new suit, look no further than the fab picks below.

Graham’s Swimsuits For All Line really does cater to everyone, with sizes ranging between four and 24, and each of her 10 new pieces has something special to make it particularly lust-worthy. The inspo for the entire line actually came from one of the model’s favorite summertime activities: rollerskating. “My mom and I used to rollerblade for miles behind the house that I grew up in,” Graham said in a Swimsuits For All press release, per Bustle. “It was definitely my happy place, which inspired me to design these ‘90s retro suits and shoot this campaign.”

The only thing I don’t like about this line is that it’s making me want to splurge on matching roller skates for these suits like, ASAP:

Which suits in particular, you ask? For starters, I’m loving the Throwback One Piece Swimsuit ($86, normally $107, as an updated take on a basic black bathing suit. The cut features cutouts on the side accented by neon orange and hot pink strips that meet in the back for a colorful lace-up moment. I also love how Ash accessorized the look with an armful of beachy bracelets. So cute!

Another standout has to be the Rewind Monokini Swimsuit ($86, originally $108, a bright coral assymetrical piece with fuchsia sash around the waist. So unique!

This retro Instagram post of Graham rocking the suit has me convinced I need should buy one immediately:

If a two-piece is more your speed, though the Hypnotic Texture Bikini ($82, originally $102, is the most vivid, vibrant blue, and the high-cut sides and scoopneck detail are both vintage-inspired and totally on trend. The best part about Swimsuits For All’s bikinis? You can mix and match sizes on top and bottom, so that you get the perfect fit for your shape.

While I’m bathing suit shopping, I just might have to snag the Jinx Crop Top Cover Up ($38, originally $48, It’s such a fun, sexy take on a plain white tee, and I can totally see myself pairing it with some high-waisted denim shorts. I just might have to copy Graham’s ponytail in the product shot, too — I love how she stacked up the colored scrunchies for a little extra lift!

“I’m excited to see proud women of all shapes and sizes hit the boardwalk in these styles,” said Graham in the brand’s press release, per Bustle. And based on how cute the cuts and colors in this collection are, it’s safe to say she’ll see more than a few women rocking her new line come summer. Personally, I’ve already got the above and more added to my cart, so the warm weather can’t come soon enough.

Ashley Graham has been a champion of body positivity in fashion for years. Along with landing a Sports Illustrated cover and walking countless runways, she’s used an ongoing design partnership with Swimsuits for All to empower women to feel confident in their swimwear. Now, she’s continuing to do so during her pregnancy.

Debuting her latest swim collection, Graham models bikinis and one-piece suits while pregnant with her first child in the new Swimsuits for All campaign. And it may just be her most stunning shoot for the brand yet.

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“Shooting this Swimsuits for All campaign while pregnant was truly empowering,” Graham told “I’ve been honest and have shared my feelings about my body changing, and this shoot for my anniversary collection reignited my confidence and reaffirmed that our bellies are beautiful. We should be celebrating our bodies at all stages throughout our lives.”

Despite the fact that Graham’s mission has always been to make all women feel confident in their bodies, not even she was immune to struggling with all the changes during pregnancy. “Throughout my pregnancy, my body has changed in some really new and interesting ways, and it wasn’t always easy to embrace them at first. I gained 50 lbs, but I feel great, healthy and happy, and that’s what matters most,” the model admits.

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As for what helped her get through some of those insecurities throughout her pregnancy? She credits “the moments when I can rub my belly and feel the baby kick, which reminds me how blessed I am to be able to grow my family with Justin .”

Unfortunately as many mothers know, the pressure surrounding your baby bump and pregnancy weight gain doesn’t end after giving birth—it only amplifies. Many women feel they have to quickly bounce back and lose all their pregnancy weight immediately, but Graham isn’t here for any of that.

“It’s unfortunate that this ‘bounce back’ culture exists for new moms,” Graham says. “We just grew a life inside of our bodies for nine months, and then in addition to raising a newborn, there’s pressure to lose all of the baby weight so quickly.”

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The model, whose baby boy is due this January, isn’t getting caught up in any of society’s pressures on her postpartum body.

“Everyone’s postpartum journey is different. My priority will be to make sure that our baby is happy and healthy, and when and if I do decide to lose the baby weight, it’ll be on my own terms.”

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Ashley Graham Celebrates Her 2020 Swimsuits For All Collection By Posing While Pregnant

It’s only been a week, but there’s no question that supermodel Ashley Graham has already had a very busy 2020. She’s about to give birth to her first child. She’s designing plus size wedding dresses with Pronovias. And now, Ashley Graham is posing for her latest Swimsuits for All collection while pregnant.

To celebrate her fifth anniversary designing for the inclusive swimwear brand, Graham unveiled her Resort Swim Line for 2020 (offered in sizes 4-24) with child and glowing. And while it’s rare to see pregnant models in swimwear campaigns, doing something unconventional isn’t new for Graham. The supermodel was one of the first curvy women to cover the pages of Sports Illustrated as a rookie in 2016. And now with a baby of her own on the way, her message about body confidence is stronger than ever before.

“My mantra has always been ‘beauty is beyond size,’ and I’ve never connected with those words more deeply than I do right now while pregnant,” Graham tells Bustle. “I want every woman to know that every single part of you is beautiful.”

Graham shared the news of her launch on Instagram on Jan. 7 and explained how her swimsuit designs are made for everyone, pregnant or not. “The real test when we were designing this line was that not all of these are maternity suits,” Graham wrote in the post. “All I had to do was size up and they are still supportive and have an amazing fit.”

The collection consists of 10 swimsuits, some of which come in one-piece and two-piece designs. Shoppers can expect two-piece Aztec-printed swimsuits, tropical florals, blue leopard prints, and colorful striped swimsuits. They’re all available to buy right now.

Here are just some of the best picks.

Rapture Cut Out One Piece

The suit highlights a plunging neck line with wire-free removable bra cups.

Zuma Lace-up Bikini

If you are a fan of bold prints, check out this black and green snakeskin two-piece suit. The bottoms are mid-waist and fully lined. Plus, this swimsuit comes with adjustable straps and three S hook closure adjustments.

Ibiza Bikini

Did you hear that the lowrise is back? This playful bikini from Graham also highlights a scrunch neckline and tie straps.

Embrace Mesh Bikini

If color isn’t your thing, this black mesh bikini still has personality and flair. It features mesh detailing with floral 3-D designs and a dipped back.

It should come as no surprise that Graham is giving us a new take on what it means to be body confident while pregnant through this campaign.

Ashley Graham is absolutely glowing as she poses in swimsuits from her new collection!

The expectant 32-year-old model, who is currently nine-months pregnant, showed off her stunning bod in sexy styles of her fifth line with Swimsuits For All.

Available in sizes from 4 to 24, the brunette beauty’s newest collection is for everyone — pregnant or not.

Graham shared a video of her snacking on a burger while on set of the campaign shoot on Instagram. In the caption, she explained, “The real test when we were designing this line was that none of these are maternity suits!! All I had to do was size up and they are still supportive and have an amazing fit.”

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If you’re already over the cold, Graham’s gorgeous range of bikinis and one-pieces will inspire you to book a warm-weather getaway, ASAP. It’s all in the details with this collection — there is no shortage of bright, bold prints, tropical patterns and strategically placed cutouts and ties that embrace curves.

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A classic black one-piece with a sexy twist.

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Holiday break just ended, but this bikini is convincing us to book another vacation, stat!

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Turn heads in this snake print number with sultry cutouts.

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Ashley Graham, who is nine months pregnant with her first child, is proudly kicking off 2020 by flaunting her bikini bod.

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit supermodel partnered up with Swimsuits For All to launch its newest limited-edition swimwear collection for Resort 2020, marking their fifth anniversary, Fox News has learned.

The sizzling line is meant to honor the 32-year-old as prepares to embark on her new journey as a parent.

“Pregnancy has given me a whole new appreciation for my body, and designing this collection allowed me to truly embrace my new curves and my beautiful baby bump in a swimsuit,” Graham said in a statement sent to Fox News. “I hope this campaign reminds all women that they are sexy and should be celebrated at all stages in their lives.”


Ashley Graham and Swimsuits For All have announced their newest limited-edition line. (Photo courtesy of Swimsuits For All.)


According to the retailer, the 11-piece tropical paradise collection will come in sizes 4-24 and feature “lace-up panels, plunging necklines, mixed prints, including tropical exotic and animal prints with mesh underlays.”

Graham has been showing off her growing baby bump on social media in recent months. In an interview with Vogue for its January issue, Graham shared details about her struggle to remain positive as her body began changing.

“I’ve always had control over my body – when everyone else wanted to dictate what it should be, I took full control over it – but I had this life inside of me saying, ‘It’s not yours anymore, it’s mine,'” she said.

The brunette beauty admitted the first hurdle to overcome was the weight gain.


Ashley Graham is nine months pregnant. (Photo courtesy of Swimsuits For All.)


“I felt like I didn’t have anyone to talk to. I was gaining weight rapidly, and I felt alone,” Graham told the fashion magazine.

Thanks to advice from her stylist, Graham began making pregnant friends.

It wasn’t long until the model was surrounded by her own “secret society” of women offering pregnancy and birth advice. This led to her receiving firsthand, funny insight from comedian Amy Schumer and reality star Kim Kardashian.

“Now I have nine pregnant friends,” she revealed.


Ashley Graham admitted it wasn’t always easy embracing her changing body. (Photo courtesy of Swimsuits For All.)


Still, Graham stressed pregnancy presents new challenges — in and out of the bedroom.

“Because there’s this huge bulge that can be sensitive if you lay on it or go into a new position. I’ve been literally asking every single one of my friends who have had babies or who’re pregnant, like, ‘What positions do you guys do?’ This has to be a normal conversation among mothers.”

Last month, the mother-to-be revealed on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” that she is expecting a baby boy.


Ashley Graham is eager for motherhood. (Photo courtesy of Swimsuits For All.)


The model admitted to Vogue that she is clueless when it comes to the opposite sex.

“I don’t know anything about boys, so I’m excited.”

Graham has been married to videographer Justin Ervin since 2010.

Back in 2017, Graham told Fox News she felt honored to be recognized as a sex symbol.


Ashley Graham is the star of the Resort 2020 Collection for Swimsuits For All. (Photo courtesy of Swimsuits For All.)


“I think it’s fantastic!” she said at the time. ”I think that women should definitely follow other women that they find sexy, that they find intelligent. You have different role models for different purposes. I think that’s important. And I love all of my female followers. And my men followers, too. Hi!”

Meet Ashley Graham, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue’s First ‘Plus-Size’ Cover Girl

The first time Ashley Graham made front-page news wasn’t so pretty. She’d starred in a commercial for Cacique, Lane Bryant’s new line of sexy lingerie for plus-size women. But the ad, depicting the then-size 16 stunner in a 38D bra and panties, was deemed too big and beautiful for TV, and got nixed by ABC. “We’ve never witnessed this level of content censorship,” a rep for the clothier fumed at the time.

What a difference six years makes. Today, Graham is the first plus-size model to grace the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, an annual release depicting bikini babes in exotic locales that both brings some much-needed heat to cold, dark February and anoints the next generation of model-stars. Since its inception in 1964, the Swimsuit Issue has introduced the world to future stars Cheryl Tiegs, Christie Brinkley, Heidi Klum, and Tyra Banks, and recently boosted the stature of Chrissy Teigen and Kate Upton. Heck, in 2007, Queen Beyoncé even graced its cover. It’s a pretty big deal.

“I’ve never experienced anything like this! This is so much fun,” beams Graham, nestled on a couch, sipping black coffee. “It’s great to see all the men come out here. I have a lot of female fans, and it’s really nice to see that men are desirous of girls my size as well.”

America, of course, is getting bigger. In 1960, the average American woman weighed 140 pounds. Today, she’s 166 pounds and a size 14—which just so happens to be Graham’s current size. Last year, SI made waves by casting its first “plus-size” model, Robyn Lawley, in its pages. But the fact that Lawley was even classified as a “plus-size” model was ludicrous. I mean, look at her. And because she’s a size 14, which again, is the size of the average American woman, Graham thought “they would never put a girl my size on the cover.” Well, she thought wrong.

We’re huddled in the corner of Swim City, a pop-up venue in New York City’s Flatiron District, where hordes of fans have gathered to meet the ladies of the 2016 Swimsuit Issue. And in person, by any reasonable standard, Graham isn’t “plus-size.” In fact, she’d rather we do away with the category altogether.

“I hope in the next year people will stop saying ‘plus-size,’ and they’ll just say, ‘She’s a model.’ I think that the day is coming,” she says, before cracking a smile. “There are all kinds of descriptions for models. My favorite is curvasexalicious. And I taste good.”

Graham, who is 28, learned she’d be shooting a spread for SI’s Swimsuit Issue on Thanksgiving, right after taking down a hearty meal. “I learned about it after eating two giant plates of food,” she says, laughing. “I cried like a baby.”

She’d met with Swimsuit Issue editor MJ Day in 2014, and the two hit it off, but Graham didn’t make the cut for the ’15 issue. She did, however, appear in an ad in the issue for Swimsuits for All, a brand of plus-size women’s swimwear that really upped her exposure.

“I proved to them that, yes, people want to see a woman my size, and men and women are really excited about it,” she recalls. “I don’t know that that was the catalyst for MJ to put me in, but it definitely proved a big point.”

Despite her newfound notoriety, Graham isn’t an overnight success. She was discovered at a shopping mall in her native Nebraska at the age of 12, and moved to New York at the age of 17 to pursue her modeling dream full-time. “My mom and dad said, ‘If you don’t make it, you have to go to college.’ They gave me just the summer—three months—to make it.”

“I’m the ‘slow and steady wins the race’ kind of girl, and thank God for that,” adds Graham. “You see models come and go, and I’ve been doing this for 15 years and have had small milestones in the progression of my career. It’s been such a blessing because I’ve been able to cultivate what I want to do, what I want to say, and how I want to be represented, and now here I am on the cover of Sports Illustrated representing not just curvy women, but any type of woman who was told, ‘No, you can’t.’”

And Graham’s been told those three words quite a bit during her career due to her size. “I was told ‘no’ all the time,” she says. “I was told, ‘You’ll never be an editorial model and you’ll never be on the pages of any magazine.’ And the first year that I was signed with IMG I was on five different covers and had my own TED Talk. It’s really shaped the industry and I feel like the things that I’ve been saying, and watching the industry change, has been such a testament to my work.”

The name of Graham’s TED Talk was, “Plus-Size? More Like My Size,” and she’s preached body positivity ever since breaking into the industry.

“Nobody looked like me growing up,” says Graham, who was a size 12 by the age of 12 and comes from a big-boned family. “I was told to look up to J. Lo and Marilyn Monroe, because they were two of the more curvy women in society, but J. Lo’s ass is amazing, and Monroe was… maybe a size 6? She definitely wasn’t hitting the double-digits. I never really had anybody but my mother to look up to, and she always told me, ‘You are smart, you are beautiful,’ and she had confidence in her own body as well. It starts in the home. Mothers and fathers are the ones that fuel their children’s desire to be who they want to be.”

She pauses. “People like Kim Kardashian have a shape that we haven’t seen represented so much before. The reality is that the average American woman is a size 14, and the fact that we haven’t been representing her or talking about her is a huge smack in the face. The plus-size industry has been around longer than I’ve been a model, so the fight has been going on for so long, but we’re finally not only talking about it, but making change. Sports Illustrated, on this day, has made history.”

Graham is one of three models gracing three separate covers of this year’s SI Swimsuit Issue, joined by UFC fighter Ronda Rousey and Hailey Clauson. Her cover photo was shot in Turks and Caicos, and she says it was not retouched—as so many fashion mags are wont to do.

Looking back on the ridiculous Lane Bryant ad furor, Graham can’t help but chuckle, before collecting herself. “There have been huge strides,” she says. “Soon, we won’t be talking about the fact that I’m considered ‘plus-size,’ we’ll just be talking about what I’m doing in the world to change people’s lives. Models are beautiful, of course, but we need to be talking more about how they’re shaping the industry, and public perception of beauty.”

And, since we’re in the throes of New York Fashion Week, Graham says she’d like to see curvier models gracing the catwalks. That, she says, is her next big goal.

“I want to walk in the Givenchy show,” she says, smiling from ear to ear. “It’s time to see curvy girls in high fashion. Riccardo Tisci, call me!”

Ashley Graham’s fifth collection for Swimsuits For All celebrates a cool lineup of fresh new bikinis and one-pieces — and maybe most obviously, Ashley’s growing baby bump. The model posed for the latest Resort ’20 capsule collection showing off her pregnancy glow and sending an empowering message to women everywhere:

“My favourite part about designing this swim collection was exploring new styles and fits while pregnant. I’ve created a lot of lace-up styles and plunging necklines — who says you can’t be sexy while pregnant?!” Ashley told POPSUGAR in an exclusive statement.

Though Ashley has been candid on her own Instagram account, posting pregnancy photos throughout the past few months and hard at work attending events, walking runways, and posing for the cover of Vogue, this shoot marks the only campaign she did while pregnant. You’ll catch her here hanging out in a range of cutout one-pieces, floral-printed and rainbow-striped bikinis, and more of the new bohemian-feeling styles, all while cradling the bump and looking like a beachy goddess.

Read ahead to see all the gorgeous campaign photos and the new pieces, which are available in sizes 4-24 online now, then shop your favourite pick — or picks.

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