Sports Illustrated Swimsuit has been the subject of body-positive praise over the past few years for its diverse swimwear representation. Remember Ashley Graham's seductive cover? Not only is the magazine including more curvy women on its cover and inside its pages, but it's also including women of all different ages. (See Christie Brinkley's drop-dead gorgeous spread.)
Last week, the magazine took it a step further when it debuted its first-ever swimwear line during Miami Swim Week. The top 15 ladies of SI's Swim Search open casting call walked the runway in a variety of sexy, athletic and functional pieces — all available in sizes 2-20.
From retro high-cut bikini bottoms to one-pieces to tiny triangle tops, these body-positive swimsuits come in a refreshing variety and ensure that women of all shapes and sizes will feel sexy in their swimwear. The new line will drop in early 2018, and ranges from $40 to $160 per swimsuit.
"We very specifically designed a line that would appeal to a diverse group of women," said SI Swimsuit Editor MJ Day. "The priority was fit, fashion and size inclusivity. Within the line, the options range from more modest and demure to full on flaunt, and every suit is available in size 2-20. Our goal is to provide sexy, functional options that make you feel great!"