Sailor Brinkley Cook, Paulina Porizkova, and Robyn Lawley are celebrating their inner beauty in a bold Sports Illustrated Swimsuit spread that shows the models posing completely nude with 'truthful' words painted on their bodies. In the wake of the MeToo movement, Sailor, 19, Paulina, 52, and Robyn, 28, lead a cast of models who stripped down and turned their bodies into canvases covered with words that represent how they see themselves. Strike a pose: The words written on their bodies represent how they see themselves, and Robyn posed with 'creative' and 'nurturer' emblazoned on her upper body. And while posing provocatively while nude might not immediately seem like a move away from the publication's traditional projects, those behind the shoot insisted that the nakedness was a form of expression, allowing the models involved to express their 'voice, strength and passion
The best part? This six-foot-stunner is nicknamed "The Body" for a reason. So amazing in fact, she holds the record for most cover appearances of all time! The Aussie beauty trains with fitness expert James Duigan, who designed a metabolic program that can be done in as little as 20 minutes. Elle is one of the busiest people I know. Supermodel Heidi Klum is no stranger to skimpy, sizzling photos, and her appearance on the world-famous issue was no different. Clearly she has some pretty good genes, but the supermodel admits she has to work hard for that bodacious bikini bod; Shayk has been training with Justin Gelband for more than four years, doing a mix of boxing, Pilates, and band exercises.
For the issue's "tentpole" piece entitled "In Her Own Words," models posed naked with positive words they felt described themselves painted on their bodies. You have Harvard graduates, you have billion-dollar moguls, you have philanthropists, you have teachers, you have mothers — you have a full range of women represented in the alumnus of this magazine, and not one of them failed because they wore a bikini. Hair, makeup and painted words by marymguthrie. When you have to think of what words would you put on your body the only condition is they have to be positive what would you chose? It's not just that you're nude, but it's also 'you're nude and you show me the way you want me to see you,'" Porizkova said. I wanted to say that I'm not ashamed of my body and you shouldn't be ashamed of your body, no matter what age you are. Lawley told Sports Illustrated what the shoot meant to her. We have stretch marks.
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