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Ashley Graham Thanks Magazine for Not Retouching Her Body for a Lingerie Photoshoot

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  • Dec 06 2017 22:45About: 7 days ago
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As a pioneer in the body-positive movement, Ashley Graham has a zero-tolerance policy for Photoshop. So when she was asked to pose for a photoshoot for Vogue Italia, we trusted her to make sure the pictures were unedited and Photoshop-free. Of course, she didn’t disappoint. On Wednesday, the 30-year-old model posted a series of sizzling lingerie photos from the photoshoot, thanking Vogue Italia for leaving her body untouched and 100-percent real.

The photos, which included several black-and-white shots of Graham in lingerie, were for Vogue Italia‘s December 2017 Celebration Issue, highlighting diversity in beauty. After Vogue Italia posted the photos, which were captioned with hashtags like #BeautyBeyondSize and #VogueLovesCurves, Graham reposted the shots on her own Instagram, thanking the magazine for leaving her body unPhotoshopped.

“When they don’t retouch you,” Graham captioned one of the pictures.

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We can never get enough with Graham’s no-holds-barred take on how to improve body diversity in fashion. Check out the rest of her badass shots below.

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