Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Ashley Graham cover March's issue of Vogue, posing on the beach alongside models Adwoa Aboah, Liu Wen, Vittoria Ceretti and Imaan Hammam. The diverse cover reflects that "there just isn't one type of American girl."
The models sport black turtlenecks and high-waist swim shorts for the stunning photo, and it's safe to say they all look incredible.
"This is my second Vogue cover, and to be sharing that not only with one of my best friends, but with all of these amazing women, is very meaningful for me," Jenner tells the high fashion magazine, referencing her close friendship with Hadid. "With all that's going on in the world, this cover makes such an important statement. It's like, hey, we've got our differences, but those differences are beautiful. Everyone is beautiful."
Graham also points out that the fashion world can no longer ignore customers who aren't ultra-thin.
"Sixty-seven percent of the women in America wear a size 14 or larger," Graham points out. "Sixty-seven percent. Maybe you could ignore those consumers before, but now, thanks to social media, they're making their voices heard. Women are demanding that brands give them what they want. And what they want is to be visible."
As for Hadid, she reflects on her own unique looks thanks to her half-Dutch, half-Palestinian heritage.
"It's funny to me when people say that I'm this 'girl next door' because although I know I can come off that way, from another angle, I'm pretty exotic," she shares. "If I'm 'all-American,' what does that even mean?"
"But then again, my parents came to this country as poor immigrants," she continues. "So ... Maybe I'm pretty damn all-American after all. Not because of how I look, but because I truly believe everyone should be equal and free."
Hadid, of course, is no stranger to landing Vogue covers. She recently stunned on her second British Vogue cover, and talked about what an ideal date night would be with her boyfriend, singer Zayn Malik.