Ashley Graham flaunts figure in funny Lane Bryant video
Ashley Graham showcases her incredible curves in a fun behind the scenes video from Lane Bryant’s upcoming lingerie campaign.
The plus-size model has solidified a strong relationship with the brand since she first started posing for them back in 2010, appearing in various campaigns alongside other real women.
In the latest Lane Bryant advertisement for fall 17, helmed by fashion photographer Cass Bird, Ashley appears in black and white snaps opposite the likes of Candice Huffine. Each model shows off their voluptuous figure in underwear, but before the campaign comes out later this year (17) Elle magazine caught up with Ashley as she played a game called Things I Can Do Better In Lingerie.
The brunette beauty can be seen kicking things off by downing a bottle of water in one take.
“Watch me,” she tells the camera as she gulps down the liquid before crushing the plastic bottle and throwing it to the ground.
Next she belts out Disney song A Whole New World from Aladdin, though hilariously forgets the lyrics towards the end of one line, which she finishes with the word “something”.
After “laughing obnoxiously” Ashley, 29, pulls some shadow boxing moves, noting she “always protects the money maker”, highlighting her face, while taking a selfie and applying lipsick without a mirror tick off the final things on the list.
Ashley is a fan of flaunting her body and, as well as the Lane Bryant campaign, the brunette beauty has her own swimwear line and became the first plus-size model to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2016.
However, an unseen snap from a more recent Sports Illustrated shoot earlier this year, which Ashley recently shared on Instagram, has got people speculating that she was Photoshopped - with fans wondering if the publication had used digital technology to make her derriere appear smaller.
“Horribly done photoshop, at least do it properly,” one Instagram user wrote, while another questioned, “Her bum is photoshopped whyyyyy???”