During the New York Fashion Week, Ashley Graham was also seen strutting the runway at Michael Kors spring and summer 2018 show. The model was not wearing any drop o makeup as she also shared that her husband likes her without any makeup on her face.
With Ashley as one of her models, Kors explained that they wanted to put the spotlight on the women and not make them look like mannequins by showing fresh-faced makeup. The prominent designer prefers the simplified look since when one person sees everyone fresh-faced, they really get to see her real beauty.
Apart from the face, according to PEOPLE, Kors also shared that the hair of the models was left in their natural textures as well just like Ashley. That's why the designer and his team left their models' hair the way their hair is. If they have straight hair, their hair was straight and for curly, they left it that way.
Ashley, on the other hand, managed to show off and expose her near-flawless skin at the said show despite not wearing any touch of makeup. The model also revealed that she drinks a lot of water and added that its benefits to the skin are real. Apart from drinking lots of water, she also does oxygen facials and she is going twice a month for a session of this procedure.
It can be recalled that last season, Graham broke boundaries when she made her debut at the Michael Kors show still. She walked the runway along with models Precious Lee and Candice Huffine who also walked "straight size" shows.
Elle reported that when she talked about body diversity, Graham said that all the designer who had curves on the runway during the previous season brought them back. She also added that even if the new designers did not add curvier models this season, she is open to the possibility that it will happen the next NYFW come February.
That is the reason why Ashley loves working with Kors since to the renowned designer, showing women of all sizes, shapes, and colors in his creations is not a trend he is hoping for a limited time. Being a designer for 36 years already, Michael added that dressing this wide range of women brings fun in being a designer.