GQ HAS been killing it lately when it comes to giving our girls a year-round platform. Check out these snaps from the mag's online features on Hannah Ferguson, SI Swimsuit vet Damaris Lewis and, for good measure, 2015 SI Swimsuit hopeful Hailey Clauson

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On what she misses the most about Texas since moving to NYC:
Common courtesy! I'm not offended—I hold doors open for guys all the time. But it's definitely kind of a shocker, because where I'm from, guys always open the door for you, or give up a seat on the subway. If I see a pregnant woman standing there, I'll stand up for her!​


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On on the toughest career decision she's had to make:
When I was 13, they scouted me and I said no. I really didn't like the idea of fame. I was living in the projects in Brooklyn, and a woman on my floor had gotten robbed, you know, frequently. To have money, where I'm from, wasn't really something that you wanted people to know about. I also wanted to be a kid. Already being from New York, you grow up faster, but I didn't want to be burnt out at 18. 

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On dudes who Instagram:
I like guys that don't really post on Instagram, there's got to be a little mystery there. Straight to the point, no messing around, that's what I like.