Megan Fox, Kim Petras, Brooks Nader & Martha Stewart Cover 2023 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue
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The new Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue is making waves with a diverse cast of bikini-clad beauties led by cover stars Megan Fox, Kim Petras, Brooks Nader and Martha Stewart.
After offering sneak peeks at a few of the stunners who’ll grace the steamy annual’s glossy pages—including an eye-popping feature from culinary queen Padma Lakshmi—SI Swim revealed this year’s headliners.
“Our goal with the 2023 issue is to continue to evoke captivating and thought-provoking conversations,” SI Swimsuit editor in chief MJ Day said in an online announcement.
“While the industry wavers on its arbitrary notion of beauty, our issue has stayed the course, showcasing the women of today, the women shaping the future. This year, we’re featuring an extremely diverse group of women starting with our cover models, who are collectively the most unapologetic women from different walks of life who continue to forge their own paths on their own terms.”
Fox donned an-ultra revealing minidress by Celia Kritharioti over a gold bikini bottom by Skims, Kim Kardashian’s swimsuit line. Stewart, who at 81 is the oldest SI Swim cover model ever, rocked a more modest one-piece by Monday Swimwear, along with a cover-up by Torso Creations and hefty diamond ring by Jacob & Co.
Petras made history alongside Stewart—the “Heart to Break” singer is only the second transgender woman to cover cover SI Swim, and she did so in a metallic two-piece by Natalie Fedner.
Nader, who has appeared in every SI Swim issue since her debut in 2019, continued her hot streak with a Baywatch-esque one-piece, earrings from her own collection with Electric Picks, and retro Noir bracelets provided by New York Vintage.
The 2023 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue will also feature Camille Kostek, Christen Harper, Duckie Thot, Georgina Burke, Hailey Clauson, Jasmine Sanders, Kamie Crawford, Katie Austin, Leyna Bloom, Lorena Durán, Marquita Pring, Olivia Ponton, and Yumi Nu; rookies Ellie Thumann, Jennifer Atilémile, Lauren Chan, Madisin Rian, Mady Dewey, Melissa Wood-Tepperberg, Nicole Williams English and Sixtine; and college athletes Olivia Dunne and Angel Reese from LSU.
Pick it up on newsstands beginning May 18.