Tyra Banks made a huge return to modeling to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit for the third time. The 45-year-old model and mogul made history in 1997 as the first black woman to get her own solo cover for the publication’s annual swimsuit edition.

The theme for the issue is “Shattering Perceptions.” For the cover photo, Banks sported a yellow Andi Bagus bikini and her signature smize in Great Exuma, Bahamas, photographed by Laretta Houston.

“This is for everybody that has been told that they are not good enough because of their body, their age, their everything,” Banks wrote on Twitter. “#BanX is here to tell you that you ARE friggin’ fierce no matter what anybody says!”

Banks first appeared on the pages of the magazine in 1993. She landed the cover in 1996 alongside fellow model Valeria Mazza, and returned a year later for her history-making solo cover. She paid homage to that iconic shot in another photo for the 2019 spread — bringing back the red polka dot bikini.