Model Ashley Graham is expanding her scope as a force in fashion. The star partnered with the Instagram-fave brand PrettyLittleThing on an uber inclusive clothing line and campaign called #EveryBODYinPLT. Best of all? The looks are sexy, shimmery, and will have you ready for a girls’ night out.
Describing the collection, PrettyLittleThing wrote on its site, “This collection has one focus; empowering the females who aren’t afraid to own the skin they’re in. Fall in love with yourself, with the pieces that work for all powerful women—and every body type.”
The sizes range from six to 28, according to the brand’s website.
Graham is one of the popular faces of the movement pushing for body inclusivity, so it’s no surprise that her latest fashion collab is just that. She doesn’t seem to be slowing down, either. The supermodel recently walked in the Dolce & Gabbana show in Milan earlier this week, and she starred on the cover of Vogue Arabia (alongside Paloma Elsesser) for the July/August issue.
Fashion, including the world of modeling, has traditionally excluded women who don’t fit a certain mold. Even though there has been progress in the industry, it’s disappointing that we still have a long way to go. That a thick woman like Graham, who is working with a brand as popular as PrettyLittleThing—and also creating a space for more people to wear clothes that make them look and feel good—is worthy of praise.
Check out some of our favorite styles from the luxurious collection below.
1Maroon Metallic Snake Jacket
This maroon, snakeskin-inspired jacket is truly flawless. It’s a perfect look for a fall evening night out. You can buy each piece separately, too.
2Gold Diamond Glitter Bodycon Dress
Wanna show some leg and shine while doing it? This one is def for you. Badass tattoo not included, sorry.
3Gold Lurex Plunge Knot Maxi Dress
This look is dazzling yet affordable.
4Bronze Metallic Square Neck Crop Top
It doesn’t matter if you have a six pack or a fupa (like queen Beyoncé)—you can rock this crop top.
You can shop the full line on PrettyLittleThing’s site.