Ashley Graham Stuns In Breastfeeding Photo For Special COVID-19 Issue of 'Vogue'
Ashley Graham has always been a trailblazer for women and has paved another road for strong women in art. She is featured breastfeeding in Vogue's newest COVID-19 special edition issue "Creativity in a Time of Crisis."
Supermodel Ashley Graham Slays In Breastfeeding Photo
Stone-cold fox Ashley Graham is a powerhouse of a woman. She leads the way for beautiful women everywhere and has changed the way beauty is represented. Now she will be featured in Vogue magazine in a new and inspiring way.
Ashley Graham took to Instagram to share a gorgeous photo of her breastfeeding her son Isaac in front of an old fashioned farm in Nebraska.
The caption is a quote from her interview with Vogue: "My husband, Justin, my son, and I have been out here on my aunt's farm-Being here means so much to me. This is where I would come every summer to see my family and be with my cousins. The most important thing has been remembering to 'fear not'. Turn your TV off, get off social media, and remember not just to think positively, but to speak it."
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"My husband, Justin, my son, and I have been out here on my aunt's farm—Being here means so much to me. This is where I would come every summer to see my family and be with my cousins. The most important thing has been remembering to 'fear not.' Turn your TV off, get off social media, and remember not just to think positively, but to speak it," Thank you so much for featuring me among so many amazing creators @voguemagazine ❤️ & by @mrjustinervin
Vogue To Release COVID-19 Special Edition Issue For Summer
The stunning photo was taken by her husband Justin Ervin and their family portrait will be a part of the upcoming special edition issue of Vogue. In a statement describing the importance of the special edition, Vogue's editor-in-chief Anna Wintour said: "We have created a document of this moment for the years to come: a poignant reminder of how we were all acutely missing the miracles of everyday life and the joy that they can bring."
The special issue was completely designed and produced remotely and is titled "Our Common Thread. Creativity In A Time Of Crisis".
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Introducing our special June/July issue of Vogue, which features on its cover an unpublished (and breathtaking) photograph—Rose 'Colour Wonder,' 1970—by Irving Penn. "I don't think I am alone in wishing for a little bit of hope right now," Anna Wintour writes in her editor's letter. "It's a brave act to optimistically consider the future—but that's the kind of bravery we need now more than ever." Tap the link in our bio to see our June/July portfolio, #VoguePostcardsfromHome—which was commissioned, designed, and produced entirely remotely–as well as to read Wintour's full editor's letter. Above: Irving Penn, Rose, 'Colour Wonder,' London, 1970. © The Irving Penn Foundation.