The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition 2016 is the next big hot fashion event after the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2015.
The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2015 premiered on TV last week, marking the sexiest Fashion Show event of the year. The next best thing is the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition 2016. The SI Swimsuit has basically the same ingredients like the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. The top models in the world show off a lot of skin in the new 2016 Swimsuit collection.
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Sports Illustrated has worked already 6 month on the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition 2016. Over the weekend SI Editor, in charge of the Swimsuit edition, MJ Day said on Instagram: "After 6 months, a bunch of continents, thousands of bikinis, millions of pictures and a slew of sexy, strong, powerful women, we are a WRAP for shoots in 2015."
MJ Day shared behind the scenes snaps of the 2016 Swimsuit models, but never reveal their faces and identity. The magazine shared details about models that followed the casting call for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2016 shoot, but we do not know if these models made the cut.
Revealed models include Cami Morrone, Tanya Mityushina, Kyra Santoro, Eva Adams, Selina Bell, Mia Kang, Veronica Zoppolo, Astrid Baarsma, Jana Perez, Nadine Leopold, Nadia Araujo, Luma Grothe, Olivia Culpo, Hannah Bronfman, Mathilde Frachon, Jessica Raemy, Paulina Vega, Daniela Lopez, Mara Teigen, Eva Adams, Dana Drori, Eva Adams, Heidy De La Rosa, Natalia Borges, Mayra Suarez, Elizabeth Turner, Xenia Deli, Georgia Fowler, Reid Kastyn, Kathleen Sorbara, Rachell Vallori, Brooke Perry, Tsanna Latouche, Shanina Shaik, Alexina Graham, Rachel Hilbert, Rainey Forkner, Christina Makowski, Jenna Kelly, Daisy Lowe, Angela Ruiz, Karol Santos, Stephanie Smith, Greta Jimenez, Melodie Monrose, Natalie Morris, Kate Potter, Britt Maren, Brittany Oldehoff, Lilly Sanders, Bo Koehler, Galaxia, Ashley Turner, Megan Williams, Joy Corrigan, Merethe Hopland, Caroline Kelley, Erin Alice, Simone Villas Boas, Eniko Mihalik, Dani Seitz, Samantha Gradoville, Nicole Meyer, Dioni Tabbers, Danielle Knudson, Nickayla Rivera, Ashley Graham, Juliana Herz, Vanessa Fonseca, Caroline West, Tasha Franken, Emma Stern, Jayden Robison, Jordan Andrews, Marina Albino, Sylvia Geersen, Karla Azevedo, Roosmarijn de Kok, Bo Krsmanovic, Shaughnessy Brown, Tahnee Atkinson, Teresa Moore, Charlotte McKinney, Vicky Furnari, Aurelia, Marina Theiss, Alyssa Riley, Chloe Lloyd, Daniela Braga, Alexandria Morgan, Sarah Stephens, Lada, Gigi Paris, Isabel Scholten, Yulia Rose, Zoi Mantzakanis, Nicolle Lobo, Heather Hahn, Thayná Santos, and Rocky Barnes.
Sports Illustrated casted wide range of models, but even the long list above is not complete as SI is not revealing the names of the big stars of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2016. The magazine will also make again a big deal about which model will be the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2016 cover model.
Last year model Hannah Davis was the 2015 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model. Besides the surprise pick of Hannah Davis as cover model, the Swim 2015 edition was featuring plus size models for the first time.
Since debuting in 1964 Swimsuit has become a pop-culture phenomenon and an established launching pad for successful careers in TV, fashion, business and film including those of Kathy Ireland, Cheryl Tiegs, Tyra Banks and Heidi Klum. The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit franchise reaches more than 70 million people per year.
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The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition 2016 will be released on February 15, 2016.