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After taking the fashion industry by storm, supermodel Barbara Palvin takes over the inside pages of the steamy Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2018 issue. Not only does the brunette beauty exude confidence and sexiness, she’s just killing it on the beach in her sexy bikini.
After reigning as “Rookie of the Year” in 2016 for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue, Palvin continues to make a name for herself in the runways. Because she is a goddess, Palvin appeared in Hercules as mythological queen Antimache. The Hungarian model returned once more to the iconic franchise and paid a sizzling visit to the Caribbean.
Here are 5 reasons we love model Barbara Palvin in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2018:
5) It’s The Swimsuit Issue!
As we previously mentioned, Danielle Herrington graces the steamy cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit. With 21 covers in the magazine’s 54-year history. Herrington becomes the third African-American to appear on the cover, joining Tyra Banks (1997) and Beyonce (2005). Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman and Christie Brinkley’s daughter Sailor Brinkley Cook are part of the issue’s “In Her Words” spread, posing nude with inspiring words tattooed over their jaw-dropping figures.
4) The Launch Party!
According to TMZ, Palvin joined Kate Upton, Ashley Graham, Olivia Culpo, Barbara Palvin, Hailey Clauson, Danielle Herrington and Alexis Ren for the celebration. They all posed for the cameras outside the Moxy Hotel at the star studded New York event.
3) You Have To See Her In Red!
There is a behind-the-scenes video featuring Palvin wearing a scorching ed swimsuit. You can also see her wearing another colorful attire while leaning against a surfboard. The song, “Harder and Faster” by Winston Giles is playing in the background.
2) She’s Barbara Palvin That’s Why!
This issue features not only our favorite supermodel, it also features you favorite too among the 36 strong and super sexy women!
1) There’s Also Another Video!!
The current issue of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit, with Danielle Herrington on the cover and Barbara Palvin inside, is available on newsstands now.
– By Jorge Solis