{un}covered Weekly Brief: Best of Intimates, Swim & Active From Around the Web


Ashley Graham unveils her plus size lingerie line at New York Fashion Week, Speedo launches sustainable swim line, and Reebok goes gender neutral.


Ashley Graham (you might know her as the first plus size model EVER to be featured in a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue) walked the runway at New York Fashion Week: Style 360 in her Black Orchid & Modern Boudoir Collections for Canadian retailer Addition Elle. See the photos on E News.

Find out 4 Things You Need to Know About Buying Lingerie Internationally on The Lingerie Addict.

Watch the history of the bra, Roman Empire to present, in 3 minutes on Glamour.

Lane Bryant kicked off it’s #PlusIsEqual campaign in Times Square with a rally during New York Fashion Week. See the photos on Time Out and get up to speed on the campaign on Lingerie Talk.


Solid & Striped swimwear

Fashionista talks to Solid & Striped Founder Isaac Ross on working with a lingerie designer to develop the brand’s first womens swim collection, becoming an Instagram sensation, and expanding into RTW.

Indie swim designers and mainstay brands alike, including Speedo, are jumping on the sustainable swim bandwagon. Find out more on Fortune.

NYC stylist Ilona Hamer launches minimalist swimsuit line Matteau Swim. View the debut collection on Harper’s Bazaar Australia.


Reebok x Maison Kitsuné gender neutral

Reebok teams up with Maison Kitsuné on a baseball-inspired, androgynous capsule collection suitable for any gender. See the photos on Mic.

Serena Williams’ athleisure collection for HSN is officially available to shop. See the looks on Bustle.

Rihanna’s long-awaited PUMA commercial has finally arrived. View it on Hollywood Life.

All of your preppy activewear dreams have been answered: Tory Burch launches Tory Sport. Find out more on Business of Fashion.