Labor Day Weekend may be in the rear view mirror, but that doesn't mean anyone has to pack away the bikinis just yet. Elizabeth Hurleyfor one, is not leaving her bikinis behind. In fact, she took at least one with her to England.
I lost a lot of my photos when my last phone took a dive. Here are a few. Between the first and the last there is an almost an 8 year difference.
Since sharing the photo on her social media account yesterday, the teacher from Long Jetty NSW has been inundated with supportive messages. They are so raw, so honest and hit home with hundreds of thousands of people. Thank you for being real and helping to build confidence within for so many, me included.
Demi Lovato faced her "biggest fear" and posted an unedited photo of herself in a bikini to Instagram. Even though we're technically at the tail-end of summer, Lovato still managed to get some extra sun in, and she looks incredible. That said, as many other female celebs have touched upon before including Lovato herselfmore often than not, women are conditioned to hate their bodies and dread any form of a poolside pic.
Suzy Monty, 68, wore the same bikini she wore 40 years ago while she was still in her 20s. Suzy Monty kicked off her modeling career when she won a catwalk competition aged just ten and has never looked back. In her stunning new shoot, Suzy has flawlessly recreated a set of photos she took 40 years ago - right down to wearing the same green bikini she posed in back then.
A marketing company in Austin, Texas, posted an intern applicant's bikini photo on Instagram in an apparent attempt to shame her. Emily Clow, 24, told The Daily Dot on Tuesday that the marketing company, Kickass Masterminds, posted an Instagram Story about a photo of her standing in a pool in a red bikini. The screenshot she shared showed that the company's Instagram Story said: "PSA because I know some of you applicants are looking at this : do not share your social media with a potential employer if this is the kind of content on it.
Clow says shortly after filling out an online application, she was prompted to follow the company's Instagram account "for an advantage over other applicants. I am looking for a potential marketer—not a bikini model. Photo: Twitter. In an Oct.
A marketing company has reportedly shut down its social media and disabled its website after facing brutal backlash for "shaming" a female job applicant for sharing a bikini photo on her social media. In response to her application, the company reportedly took a screenshot of a picture from Clow's Instagram page and used it in their own Instagram Story, calling her out for the "unprofessional" content. The photo shows Emily, in a swimming pool, wearing a bikini with the caption, "Gotta cool off somehow".
A total of 3, swimsuit-clad women made history in China last month after setting a new world record for the largest bikini photo shoot ever. The attempt, which took place on Longwan Beach in the coastal city of Huludao, came after three months of intense preparations, with more than 40, volunteers helping towards the record-breaking shoot. With ages ranging from four to 69, the participants, who were all local residents of Huludao, consisted of kinder garden children, students, professional models and members of local community groups. Organised by Huludao Municipal Government, the attempt was one of a number of events that made up the first China Xingcheng, Huludao International Swimsuit Festival which aimed to promote the district as a tourist destination.