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Ashley Graham pours her curves into chartreuse green pants at Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

She's one of the world's most recognizable swimwear models.

On Monday, Ashley Graham poured her famous curves into somewhat more concealing garb as the beauty took to the red carpet at the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards in New York.

The 31-year-old wore a pair of figure-hugging chartreuse green pants for the event.

The plus-size model paired the flattering pants with a white crop top.
The Christian Siriano-designed item sported a flowing green and white flowing cape addition.

The centrepiece of Ashley's makeup was a distinctive cat eye flourish and she wore a dash of a nude lip.

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girl was styled by Jordan Foster for the star-studded event.

The Glamour Women of the Year Awards was the go-to spot for celebrities in New York City on Monday night.
Such luminaries as Amber Heard, 32, Chrissy Teigen, 32, and Claire Danes, 39, blew onlookers away as they led a host of A-listers along with the red carpet for the two-day summit's final event.

The Hollywood beauties all stunned in long light-coloured dresses as the grabbed the flickers of the flashbulbs at Spring Studios in Tribeca.

According to Hollywood Life, Graham is 'sick of people constantly commenting on her weight, and her body—she gets it, she’s a model, but it’s incessant, never-ending speculation over how much she weighs, or if she’s lost any weight, if she’s gained anything, that really, really bugs her.'
The source added, 'Ashley, is just like any other regular woman in that throughout times in her life, even from month to month, her body can fluctuate.

'She’s not some stick thin model who has to constantly watch every calorie that she consumes and obsess about keeping her weight the exact same from hour to hour.'

This comes after Graham was accused by fans of losing too much weight after she attended Vogue Magazine's Force of Fashion summit last month.
After Ashley shared pictures of her look from the event, she received backlash from some fans who thought she was losing 'too much weight' and no longer represented them as a plus-size model.

One fan wrote: 'You look stunning but I'm afraid that being plus sized is never going to be socially acceptable when the woman who practically founded it in the first place continues to lose weight or photoshop.'

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue alumna put out a book last year called A New Model: What Confidence, Beauty And Power Really Look Like.
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