This year, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit held its annual Model Search open casting call virtually amid the coronavirus pandemic. The iconic franchise asked applicants to submit a photo and a second video of themselves, creating a unique opportunity for fresh faces and established models alike to prove why they would be a great addition to the highly-anticipated issue. Here, meet the diverse group of 15 finalists six of whom will be selected to be in the magazine! Hometown : This is a bit hard to say as I was born in Canada and by age 1 my family had moved to the Middle East.
SI Swimsuit’s oldest model Kathy Jacobs on competition: ‘Screw it’
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The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is published annually by American magazine Sports Illustrated and features female fashion models , celebrities and athletes wearing swimwear in various locales around the world. The highly coveted cover photograph has been considered as the arbiter of supermodel succession. Since , the issue has been published every February. Starting , the issue was made available in May. The swimsuit issue was invented by Sports Illustrated editor Andre Laguerre to fill the winter months, a typically slow point in the sporting calendar. The first issue, released in , entailed a cover featuring Babette March and a five-page layout. Campbell soon became a powerful figure in modeling and molded the issue into a media phenomenon by featuring "bigger and healthier" California women and printing the names of the models with their photos, beginning a new supermodel era.
Meet the women of the Sports Illustrated 2021 Swimsuit Issue
And year-old Sports Illustrated bikini model Kathy Jacobs is the silver-haired mother of the movement. The social media campaign invites women over 18 to submit themselves for SI Swim consideration by uploading a second video to Instagram explaining why they should slay in the sultry spread. I was not invited to the party.
Thanks for contacting us. We've received your submission. Since , the mag has been putting out steamy photos of the boldest bombshells on the planet.