Promoting her personal clothing line, Robyn Lawley Swimwear which focuses on swimsuits for plus-sized women, Lawley regularly shares photos of herself clad in a bikini. Though the admission that this particular photo is not retouched at all, could imply the rest of them are. This isn't a concern for Lawley, however, as she has been a poster girl for body-acceptance since the start of her career.
"I think I'm so outspoken because if I had someone to look up to at that age, I would have been able to handle it better," she told Elle.com last year in regards to the pressure of dieting.
First gaining attention 2012, Lawley was the first "plus-size" model to ever appear in Vogue Australia in the publication's 52-year history. She later made national headlines when she became the first "plus-size" for Ralph Lauren.
While many find it impossible to believe Lawley's stunning figure is at all "plus-size," she's actually a size 12 (Australian 16), standing at 6'2". The national average female size is 14, and according to Lawley, fashion designers usually never feature a model above a size 2. Web MD reports that that the 'average starlet' is either a size 2 or 4, and are the typical sample sizes for designers.
Lawley included the hashtag #retouchandmakeupfree, perhaps asking her more than 55,000 Instagram followers to join in the movement.
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