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  1. Marie Claire France July 2019 Lignes Flottantes Photographer: Elina Kechicheva Stylist: Anne-Sophie Thomas Hair & Makeup: Celine Martin Cast: Nataliya Bulycheva
  2. Marie Claire France July 2019 Photographer: Elina Kechicheva Stylist: Agathe Gire Hair: Yoann Fernandez Makeup: Celine Martin Cast: Susanne Knipper
  3. PORTER Edit June 7th, 2019 PHOTOS BY JEAN PIERROT STYLING BY HELEN BROADFOOT
  4. JERUSALEM Vogue Ukraine (Editorial) published: April 2018 photographer: Yaniv Edry
  5. One Fine Day Vogue Arabia (Editorial) published: September 2018 photographer: Tom Schirmacher
  6. Los angeles traffic alert Purple Magazine (Editorial) season: Fall/Winter 2018 photographer: Kira Bunse
  7. Dsquared2 Vogue Russia (Editorial) published: February 2019 photographer: Arseny Jabiev
  8. Looking Good Harper's Bazaar U.S. (Editorial) published: February 2019 photographer: Yulia Gorbachenko
  9. MASSIMO DUTTI JOIN LIFE S/S 2019 LOOKBOOK BY STEFANO GALUZZI
  10. Water Plouf Biba Magazine (Editorial) season: Spring/Summer 2018 photographer: Naomi Yang
  11. Belleza Digital Grazia Mexico (Editorial) season: Spring/Summer 2018
  12. Marie Claire U.S. 101 IDEAS Source: marieclaire.com Published: September 2018 Jacopo Moschin - Photographer Anja Cihoric - Model Barbara Valente - Model
  13. MARC FISHER SUMMER 2019 CAMPAIGN BY DEREK KETTELA
  14. Ashley Graham is on the cover of Allure‘s July 2019 issue, out on newsstands on July 25. Here’s what the 31-year-old American model had to say… On finding her voice: “My body has always been treated as a thing and not mine. You’re the sexy girl. You’re the naked girl. Men are going to idolize your hourglass figure. It was always about what others thought about my body, until I gained a voice. Now I get to tell people what I think of my body.” On embracing her power to be heard: “Women are actually paid more than the male models. I don’t know if there’s any other industry where women get paid more…. Now, as a model, you have a voice; you have a brain; they want to hear what your platform is and what you stand for.” On tokenism vs. inclusion in changing the face of beauty: “The biggest thing that we have to conquer is diversity and inclusion. You can’t just check the box and be like, ‘Oh, we did it.’…. I have never looked at tokenism as a bad thing, as long as the brand, the client — whoever has the mission — continues to branch out and say, ‘This was our first time; next time we’re going to add more of the race, the gender, the sexuality, the religion, the disability,’ whatever it is.” For more from Ashley, head to Allure.com.
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