Where To Buy Ashley Graham's New Swimsuit Line

Have you heard the good news? Ashley Graham's second collection with swimsuitsforall is finally here — and it's every bit as fabulous as you'd expect. So, what's the best way to shop the collection? Well luckily, it's pretty easy — in fact, you don't even need to leave home.

The capsule collection, which is comprised of 11 awesome swimsuits, sized 10-24, was released today, and can be found on the swimsuitsforall online store. If you live in the continental US, shipping is pretty averagely priced, at $8.99 for standard FedEx service (if you're in Alaska or Hawaii, it's slightly more expensive, at $9.99).

Rest assured, though, the suits are well-worth the price of shipping: All 11 suits (which includes bikinis, one pieces, and even a monokini) are absolutely fab. As you might have guessed from Graham's 007-esque promo video for the collection, they all have a singularly badass vibe. As Graham explained to People StyleWatch, "Everything is inspired by James Bond ... and I really want the girl who is wearing the swimsuits to feel like James Bond. I really believe when you put on these swimsuits you feel like you can take over the world and you are badass."

Well, I don't know about you, but I'd definitely say Graham has succeeded in her quest to make women feel badass: Standouts of the collection include the studded, plunging one piece shown in the promo above, as well as this intricate (and daring!) monokini.

For her part, Graham has a soft spot in her heart for this high-tech zippered number. She explained to People StyleWatch that, in addition to being ultra-stylish, this zippered suit also comes armed with a fair amount of support.

Not to be outdone, however, is the most expensive suit of all: A certain bikini that just so happens to be adorned with over 500 Swarovski crystals.

Graham was first named as a collaborator with swimsuitsforall back in December — you see, in addition to designing three collections, she's also the face of the brand, and she'll also be participating in their editorial photography. It's something of a match made in heaven, seeing as it was her work with the brand's #curvesinbikinis campaign that first got her noticed by Sports Illustrated , where she memorably posed for the cover earlier this year.

If you're planning on buying some suits for the summer, you'd best get cracking — though it only launched today, the collection is already beginning to sell out!