Ashley Graham Defends Vogue in Cover Controversy

Ashley Graham in the March 2017 issue of Vogue. More

Ashley Graham in the March 2017 issue of Vogue. More

Ashley's loyal followers are unhappy with her singular pose, with her hand covering part of her thigh.

Upon close inspection of the cover, some critics said Hadid's (center) left hand, which is on Graham's waist, looks elongated, which could have been a result of altering the area around Graham's waist.

"I chose to pose like that", she wrote in the comments section.

Ashley Graham says there was no attempt to cover her up at the Vogue cover shoot. The cover line is a clincher to something we here at Preen just told you over the weekend: "Women Rule!". Ashley, who is the only model to have her arm rest on her thigh obscuring her stomach, rather than on another model, only responded to clarify she was not directed to do so.

Ashley, Kendall and Gigi join Adwoa Aboah, Liu Wen, Vittoria Ceretti, and Imaan Hammam in the March issue as well as a host of other models.

Even Maxim picked up on Graham's controversy with Vogue as her fans continued to raise alarm over the disparity in the models' poses.

"You look wonderful but I am still disappointed in Vogue ..." But the BIGGEST FAIL is Gigi Hadid that we offer (well, photoshop). "Sixty-seven per cent of the women in America wear a size 14 or larger", she tells Vogue.

"Maybe you could ignore those consumers before, but now, thanks to social media, they're making their voices heard". All of the models are wearing black turtleneck shirts with patterned bikini bottoms. Although the women are all very different looking, they are styled almost identically with black turtlenecks, patterned bikini bottoms, and simple, fresh faces.

Read the full story in the March issue of Vogue US out on newsstands February 21.

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