In recent years, the market of fashion and beauty are making room for every type and shape of body, Deconstructing the patterns that imperaram. And we have registered several of these moments. Names like the plus size model Ashley Graham appear on magazine covers and editorials. And, recently, model Nicola Griffin became news to star in a branding campaign for beachwear SwimsuitsForAll on famous summer edition of Sports Illustrated. This is because she has of 56 years. This time, the English model appeared in an editorial in lingerie showing that you can be sexy after 50 (and beyond the number 38).
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— When you have 56 years, don’t know how long you have in this world. I was young, I’ve been worried and under pressure. I’ve been through so much and I don’t want to worry about that. I’m determined to enjoy every day of my life — told People. — Life, definitely, it starts after the 50 — completed.
Nicola posed for the lenses of Roberto Aguilar for the latest edition of the British magazine Slink, specializing in plus size audience. The model told the publication he didn’t expect the repercussions caused by the ad in Sports Illustrated. But for her, initiatives such as this serve as a positive role model for young girls.
— Girls open magazines and are influenced by the images of the bodies that they see there. I think it’s great for them to see women of all shapes and sizes so you don’t feel bad about themselves for being different than see constantly — said to Slink.
Nicola Griffin had already appeared in the editorial of Sports Illustrated wearing a gold bikini last collection SwimsuitsForAll brand, which is part of the #SwimSexy campaign (“swim sexy” in literal translation) to promote the inclusion of all types of women.
— We are all different, with different sizes and ages and it is beautiful. We are real women — said Nicola to the Daily Mail at the time.