We already know that Robyn Lawley looks smoking hot in a bikini (Exhibit A, Exhibit B), but her recent casting call for Sports Illustrated has us wondering if the curvy model can be the first plus size model represented in the magazine’s coveted swimsuit issue? The Australian beauty has been vocal about plus size girls in the industry having more presence, saying, “Fashion should be indicative of the world. . . . [W]e’re not all 16-year-old Russian teens. I feel every catwalk and every editorial spread should feature all different types of bodies and faces,” to The Cut in 2011. You can click over to SI.com to see Robyn’s full feature.
Will Robyn Lawley Be in Next Year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue?
Published May 15, 2014
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3 thoughts on “Will Robyn Lawley Be in Next Year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue?”
kate upton is technically plus sized what about her?
I don’t think Kate is though. You have to be at least a size 8 (us) to be considered plus sized.
I think she’s probably just about a size 8…at least my friend says their bodies are very similar and she’s an 8. But maybe we’re wrong haha.