Oh La La: Ashley Graham Gives a Lingerie Show From Hotel Room Window
The stunt was part of an epic photo spread for "V" magazine.
Ashley Graham has posed in lingerie in front of floor-to-ceiling windows for her latest steamy shoot.
The model posed for V magazine at The Standard hotel in Manhattan, which made headlines last year after pedestrians below complained that they could see guests cavorting in their rooms.
In an interview with the magazine, Graham revealed she hates being asked about being a "plus-size model." On a scale of 1 to 10—with 10 being the worst—the question is an 11, she said.
"I can’t stand that question anymore," she said. "I mean, I’ve been doing this now for 17 years and I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve spoken up about the label 'plus-size.'
"I don’t think women should be labeled at all. I think that it’s completely divisive."
But she said being the voice and face for underrepresented women is "amazing."
“Some days I forget that and then someone comes to me crying and says, 'Because of you, I wore shorts today,' or I’ll get an email that says, 'I had sex with my husband with the lights on.' At those moments, I’m like, Wow, you are changing people’s lives, and you’re doing it by just being yourself," she said.
She showed off some of the shoot on her Instagram page.
In the magazine, she also discussed the legacy that she wants to leave behind for women.
“I want to contribute to helping create a world where women can stand up for who they are and express who they want to be. I want to be seen as a woman who helped shape an environment that allows women to be unafraid to take risks, because those are the kinds of women that you remember, those are the women you talk about for generations,” she said.
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