We are excited to introduce our SI Swim Search Community , a digital platform that we have created specifically for you. Here you can create your own profile that allows you to interact and engage with the SI Swimsuit editorial team, previous Swim Search winners, other hopefuls and fans. This is where you can officially submit yourself for SISwimSearch - pause for screams of excitement! By posting enthusiastically and often, show us why you should be a part of the SI Swimsuit family.
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The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is published annually by American magazine Sports Illustrated and features female fashion models , celebrities and athletes wearing swimwear in various locales around the world. The highly coveted cover photograph has been considered as the arbiter of supermodel succession. Since , the issue has been published every February. Starting , the issue was made available in May. The swimsuit issue was invented by Sports Illustrated editor Andre Laguerre to fill the winter months, a typically slow point in the sporting calendar. The first issue, released in , entailed a cover featuring Babette March and a five-page layout. Campbell soon became a powerful figure in modeling and molded the issue into a media phenomenon by featuring "bigger and healthier" California women and printing the names of the models with their photos, beginning a new supermodel era.
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The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition is easily one of the most popular pictorials of all time and it's featured tons of famous models through the years. Aussie stunner Elle Macpherson graced the cover in and she shared a photo recently of her incredible cover. On the cover she was more covered up than recent stars and rocked a black one-piece neoprene swimsuit, which was pulled down in the front. Her hair was down and tousled. Rachel Hunter was also a cover star back in the day.