Hannah Davis: 'Sports Illustrated' Model Has Too Many Bikinis, Had To Dedicate A Room Just To Hold Them All

Hannah Davis: ‘Sports Illustrated’ Model Has Too Many Bikinis, Needs A Special Room Just To Hold Them All

Hannah Davis has a problem with bikinis.

The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model said she has so many of them that it’s causing a storage problem at her house.

“I think I got about 100 swimsuits after landing the Sports Illustrated cover. I have no more space in my house,” Davis told People magazine.”I can’t complain because it’s a good problem to have.”

Davis said she has had to change things around in her home just to fit all of them.

“Lately I’ve been putting them in big bags because I don’t have space in my closet anymore and I’ve converted my second bedroom into a closet just because I’ve been getting so much stuff,” she admitted.

Ironically, Hannah Davis doesn’t wear bikinis outside of her famous photo shoots. The Sports Illustrated model said she prefers one-piece swimsuits, which she said are more comfortable for her to move around in.

“I like the one-piece funny enough. I like it cut a little higher on the leg, with cutouts on the sides. I feel like I can move around more in one-pieces than in two-pieces,” Davis said.

But comfort isn’t the priority for Hannah Davis, who has made millions of dollars modeling bikinis and endorsing products. Davis admitted that string bikinis look best on her.

“Swimsuits that make me feel the sexiest are probably string triangle bikinis. I just think that the classic shapes are really sexy,” she told the New York Daily News.

But Davis is about to show off her bikini body before an audience of millions. She has been picked as the cover girl for the Op Spring/Summer 2015 campaign and will be seen on a giant billboard that will be unveiled next week in New York’s Times Square.

Hannah Davis has actually gotten into a bit of trouble with her bikinis as well. Hannah was featured on this year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition cover, which showed her provocatively pulling down her bikini bottom.

The cover came under fire from the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, which attacked the cover image as “pornographic” and claimed that it “normalizes genital display.”

“Sports Illustrated’s 2015 Swimsuit issue’s cover does not simply feature a beautiful woman in a bikini, it borders obscenity as the focus is specifically on the exposed pubic area,” said the group’s Executive Director, Dawn Hawkins.

Hannah Davis could soon have more room for her bikinis. There are rumors that she and boyfriend Derek Jeter are nearing marriage, and Jeter’s estimated $150 million net worth can likely afford a house with enough room for all the swimwear.

[Image via Getty Images/Cindy Ord]

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