Brooke Shields, Chelsea Handler, Juliette Lewis and more join the SKIMS campaign

Brooke Shields, Chelsea Handler, Juliette Lewis and more join the SKIMS campaign

Brooke Shields, Chelsea Handler and more join the latest SKIMS campaign.  (Photo: Vanessa Beecroft)

Brooke Shields, Chelsea Handler and more join the latest SKIMS campaign. (Photo: Vanessa Beecroft)

Brooke Shields, Chelsea Handler and Juliette Lewis are among the latest celebrity names to join the SKIMS family for the brand’s biggest bra campaign yet.

The model, comedian and actress appears alongside Cassie, Becky G and Indya Moore in a series of content that debuted on social media on Tuesday to celebrate the confidence of women wearing different styles of the SKIMS bra . The stars of the campaign also showed when they feel sexiest.

“I feel most comfortable when I’m skiing topless because that’s my favorite activity. And I feel comfortable being nude,” said Handler, 47, in the campaign video. “I definitely think more women should be topless more often because too many men are topless and they shouldn’t be. If you’re allowed to show your full bodies, we should be allowed our beautiful bodies show. “

The comedian said she wasn’t fully comfortable in her body until she turned 40. . Now, she is able to understand “that my breasts are awesome.”

Lewis, 49, was synonymous with evolution when it came to self-love and body image, expressing her desire for a figure she didn’t have when she was growing up.

“I want my name to be Tammy and I wanted big breasts and hips. So how did I change? I love being small breasted, almost boyish sometimes and I like muscle,” she said.

Shields, 57, appeared in a bra and underwear as she talked about her idea of ​​self-confidence.

Brooke Shields strips down for the latest SKIMS campaign.  (Photo: Vanessa Beecroft)

Brooke Shields strips down for the latest SKIMS campaign. (Photo: Vanessa Beecroft)

“What inspires me and what amazes me the most about the female body is its sheer strength. It’s like there’s a primal cellular memory in the female body. It’s capable of so much,” said she “Confidence to me is sexy. I think sexiness comes from confidence.”

The supermodel even praised tennis player Steffi Graf for being a longtime inspiration to Shields.

“I think my ex-husband’s wife is one of the most perfect bodies,” said Shields referring to Andre Agassi and his wife Graf. “I had her legs on my mirror for about, god, 15, 20 years and then he had to go to marry the legs.”

A SKIMS press release provided to Yahoo Life explains that the latest campaign aims to bring different types of women together through the shared celebration of “population and confidence.” So models of all ages, lifestyles, occupations and cultural backgrounds are included.

“We want all women to feel comfortable in their bras, but more importantly, confident. This is the biggest SKIMS campaign yet, and we couldn’t be more honored to work with the amazing women who brought it to life,” said co-founder Kim Kardashian in a statement. “Confidence starts within, and with this campaign, we’re bringing all women together to celebrate all bodies and individuality.”

For trans, non-binary actress Moore, self-confidence comes “from my understanding of freedom,” and with singer Becky G, sexuality is more “feel” than “look.”

Cassie, a 36-year-old mother of two, embraces motherhood as a big part of her self-love journey, explaining that she was more invested in her appearance.

Cassie joins the latest SKIMS campaign.  (Photo: Vanessa Beecroft)

Cassie joins the latest SKIMS campaign. (Photo: Vanessa Beecroft)

“I had my breasts done when I was very young and it’s not that I wish I hadn’t but I don’t love the way my breasts look,” she says, “but I love that I could have my breasts to feed. children.”

This is not the first time that SKIMS has shown inclusivity in one of its campaigns, as the brand has been celebrated for its choice of spokesperson since Alice Marie Johnson modeled the line in 2019. However, the SKIMS Bra campaign is said to be the biggest, featuring 50 women from different backgrounds.

“When you finally see a model with a bust and a body that embraces what you have, but is manipulated into thinking it’s not normal or sexy or beautiful by the brands you loved as a teenager and the magazines you read religiously coverage. to cover, you know the world and ‘quality’ has changed and finally includes you and your body,” said someone on the brand’s Instagram.

Another wrote, “Beautiful representation.”

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