Christie Brinkley’s Teen Daughter Sailor Poses Nude For Sports Illustrated Shoot

The #MeToo movement has reached the famously-sexy pages of Sports Illustrated! Now, stunning models including Christie Brinkley’s daughter, Sailor Cook, are posing nude for the cause.

Completely naked and covered in empowering words, the natural beauties showed off their bodies and exposed their truest, most inspiring qualities for the world to see.

Here’s a sneak peek at this year’s one-of-a-kind IN HER OWN WORDS project. We can’t wait to show you the rest when #SISwim 2018 launches next week! @sailorbrinkleycook @robynlawley @paulinaporizkov

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“Its purpose is to offer a platform for the participants to speak their truth by choosing positive words that represent who they are and what they strive to embody,” wrote photographer Taylor Ballantyne of her lovey #MeToo photo shoot. “The unique quality of this project is that it allows the subject to become the art director. By using her own words and body placement, she can position her body to create her own message, to make a personal and public statement and to stand in her own truth. I challenged these women to stay positive with their word choice regardless of what they were feeling in the moment to demonstrate that if we change our perspective, we have the ability to change our outcome.”

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In Her Own Words is about identity. Its purpose is to offer a platform for the participants to speak their truth by choosing positive words that represent who they are and what they strive to embody. The unique quality of this project is that it allows the subject to become the art director. By using her own words and body placement, she can position her body to create her own message, to make a personal and public statement and to stand in her own truth. I challenged these women to stay positive with their word choice regardless of what they were feeling in the moment to demonstrate that if we change our perspective, we have the ability to change our outcome. Though these women are undeniably breathtaking on the outside they are much more than that — they are mothers, daughters, sisters, creators, entrepreneurs, champions, role models – they are smart, strong, intelligent women that have aspirations and goals. They have voices. Voices that deserve to be heard. Owning who we

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