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The star of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit, Camille Kostek, is causing a sensation.
The former cover girl has launched her own 34-piece collection with the Swimsuits for All brand, including size. The 29-year-old is following in the footsteps of Ashley Graham, a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit star who previously partnered with the company.
The collaboration with the title “The Camille Kostek Collection” starts this summer and will be available in sizes S-XXL. There is already a famous fan in Lindsey Vonn who rocked one of the cheeky pieces called “Scuba Dream” over the weekend, reported Page Six. Kostek praised the retired Olympian, 36, on Instagram Stories.
“Linds has sent me her ski equipment over the years and now I provide her with beach equipment,” enthused the famous model.
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In a statement sent to Fox News, Kostek hopes her stylish pieces will celebrate women’s bodies and promote “self-acceptance and the power of mental strength and movement.”
“I started my career as a competitive dancer,” said the former New England Patriots cheerleader. “I learned early on how important exercise is for our bodies and the invigorating effect physical strength has on our minds.”
Swimsuits for Everyone also announced that 10% of the proceeds, up to $ 25,000 from “The Camille Kostek Collection,” will be donated to the Movement Foundation, a nonprofit that teaches women and girls that fitness and physical activity are for Unlocking is essential for the values of self-confidence, resilience, commitment, balance and community. “
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“When I found out about the Movement Foundation, I immediately felt connected to its message and was forced to be a part of it,” noted NFL star Rob Gronkowski’s longtime friend.
Back in July, Kostek told Fox News that she had been raised to be self-confident before starting a modeling career.
“I think I owe a lot of it to my mother,” said Kostek at the time. “I mean, confidence comes from yourself, but my mom really raised me to – I actually grew up in a house with no scales and that was long before I even thought about trying modeling … It got me really just made to love where I was at that point or in this part of my life, no matter how old I was or how much I weighed. I really never knew what I weighed unless I went to see my doctor. “
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“It was just one of those things my mom used to tell me about, ‘It’s how you feel when you look in the mirror, how you feel when you put these clothes on. It’s not about numbers. It It’s not about counting calories when you are. It’s not about what it says on your label. It’s about how you feel inside, “she continued. “Ultimately, it’s what radiates and shines through, regardless of whether you go into a room or on the street. That’s what stays with people – not numbers.
“I think that was a big part of me even before I got into this industry – the importance of self-love. But it’s really a mindset. That’s one of the greatest things SI has given me – a platform to to really share that. [My life is] Not all rainbows and butterflies, you know. I go through the struggles and these dark times. I haven’t made it to that point yet. I am still on my way to self-love. But when you hug yourself for who you are, that light comes through. “