As we previously learned through a series of Twitter tips, Glamour, a magazine that's recently focused on showing its readers diverse body types, cast a tempting trio to star on the cover of its June issue.
And now the stunning results -- courtesy of plus-size model Crystal Renn, Victoria's Secret bombshell Alessandra Ambrosio, and Sports Illustrated cover girl Brooklyn Decker -- are in!
On the front of the glossy, which hits newsstands May 11, the three beauties appear huddled together, showing off their stunning bikini-worthy bods in bright bathing suits.
And while seeing Decker or Ambrosio striking a bikini-clad pose isn't exactly shocking, the real news is the inclusion of the svelte size 12 Renn, who told Glamour in the accompanying article that she sees things changing for plus-size models (a label, she recently explained, that is given to girls who are "above a size 6").
Asked if she sees a more accepting movement happening in fashion, Renn replied: "I absolutely believe so. Women will accept themselves when they see more [body] types.... This is the new normal. Even Prada showed curvier models this spring."
Of course, the "curvier" models she is referring to are VS beauties Miranda Kerr and fellow Glamour girl Ambrosio, both of whom might be bustier than other runway stompers but are still pretty tiny.
In any case, 29-year-old Ambrosio would rather people just get over talking about her body altogether.
"It's always a drama. If I know I'm healthy, that's all that matters," the mother of 2-year-old Anja tells Glamour.
Decker, who also appears inside the magazine in an itsy-bitsy striped Louis Vuitton bikini, says she feels Ambrosio's pain.
"I got successful once I accepted I'm athletic, I have boobs. I set my own standard," she says.
To see more pictures of the girls -- including Renn smoldering in a sexy color-block cut-out suit by Zimmerman and a tiny diNeila Brazil purple bikini -- and hear their swimwear tips, head over to Glamour.com.
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