Graham attended the Met Gala for the first time and brought some serious curves to the red carpet in a custom H&M corset dress.
She honored this year’s theme by staying true to the aesthetic of Japanese fashion designer, Rei Kawakubo (but Graham told PeopleStyle that the accentuated waist was 100% "Ashley.")
The model described her dress as "timeless, feminine, and romantic."
Between her "non-designer" gown and her unapologetically plus-size silhouette, Graham broke ALL the damn rules.
"I’m still pinching myself that I’m attending with H&M,” Graham gushed to PeopleStyle.
“For me, this symbolizes change and another important moment in the body-positivity movement.”
Graham understands the significance of her Met Gala appearance, which is why she didn't shy away from showing off her beautiful body.
"Fashion has given a lot of 'rules' to curvy women, so we’re often told to play it safe," Graham explained. "I love that we played with volume and shapes."
"[My dress] really shows off my figure and curves."