Ashley Graham looked workout-ready for a virtual gym session with celebrity trainer Kira Stokes.
The model was clad in a distressed white T-shirt layered over Lululemon bike shorts. The bold blue shorts were the brand’s Fast & Free style. While the length chosen by Graham is no longer available to buy, the shorts can be shopped now on the Lululemon website in a slightly longer length with a price tag of $68. The catwalker wore her hair pulled into a bun and did not appear to be wearing any jewelry or other accessories.
For footwear, Graham opted for white sneakers that featured a lace-up front and a gray outsole. Yesterday wasn’t the first time she selected this pair of kicks. For another workout with Stokes this month, the A-lister teamed the shoes with a black sports bra and sheer leggings.
While she has been opting for more casual wares over the past few months, Graham can often be spotted in high-end styles, choosing footwear from labels such as Jimmy Choo, Andrea Wazen, Gianvito Rossi and Stuart Weitzman. The Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue alum works with celebrity stylist Jordan Foster to put together her show-stopping outfits for red carpets and other public appearances. In addition to Graham, Foster also counts as clients her sisters, Erin and Sara Foster, as well as models Anne V and Camille Kostek.
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Although Graham doesn’t have a deal in the shoe space, she collaborated on apparel with high-street retailer PrettyLittleThing in 2018 and has her own swimwear label, called Swimsuits for All. The supermodel has also starred in ad campaigns for the likes of Lane Bryant, Forever 21 and NYDJ, as well as walked the runway for top labels including Tommy Hilfiger, Prabal Gurung, Christian Siriano and Dolce & Gabbana.
Below, we’ve rounded up some styles to help you achieve a similar look to Graham.
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