Supermodel Ashley Graham is all dolled up.
The curvy model now has her own lifelike Barbie made to her measurements, sans thigh gap.
The 29-year-old was presented with her mini-me at Glamour’s Women of the Year Awards Monday, where she was honored for being a body activist.
“We need to work together to redefine the global image of beauty and continue to push for a more inclusive world,” Graham, 27, said in a statement.
“I’m thrilled Barbie has not only evolved their product, but also has continued to honor women who are pushing boundaries. It’s an honor to be immortalized in plastic.”
Graham’s Barbie sports a sparkly, bodycon dress highlighting her signature curves paired with a cropped jean jacket and black boots — an outfit Graham once wore in real life.
The cover girl had one very important request for her plastic twin.
She had to have her thighs touch. No ands, ifs or buts about it. And I asked for cellulite, but obviously plastic and cellulite don’t go hand in hand,” she told The Hollywood Reporter.
“The thighs touching was one way to show young girls that it’s OK for your thighs to touch, despite society saying that a ‘thigh gap’ is more beautiful.”
Graham is no stranger to being body shamed and uses the criticism she’s faced in the past as fuel for reconstructing beauty norms. Someone once referred to the model’s thighs as “Cellulite City.”
“I will not let others dictate what they think my body should look like for their own comfort, and neither should you,” she captioned an unedited photo of herself on Instagram.
Earlier this year, Graham became the first size-16 model to land the cover of Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue and continues to spread body-positive messages.
Mattel recently made a conscience effort to showcase more realistic body types with three new physiques — tall, curvy and petite — along with several new skin tones and hairstyles.
(Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Glamour)