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Know the Shape and Size of Iskra Lawrence

News by Clarence Published on 21 Apr,2016 Updated on 21 Apr,2016

Iskra Lawrence is a British model known for her curvy beautiful figure. Her body measurements are: Height: 5'9''Bust: 34 Waist: 29 Hips: 43. She has blonde hair and blue eyes. She is mostly recognized from the Aerie Real campaign that said no to photo shopping in the name of body positivity. She deserves claps for her good work. But now, the curvy British model with over 350,000 Instagram followers has been making headlines for helping bring Runway Riot, a fashion, style, and beauty site for women of all size. It's mission? To serve curvier women who have been underrepresented and overlooked by the fashion industry. She is selected as the managing editor of the site and it seems to be quite natural, considering that she's a major champion for body love and acceptance. After being body-shamed during her 12-year modeling career, she's now an ambassador for NEDA (National Eating Disorder Association) and the creator of NEDA Inspires, a seal given to companies helping to promote healthy body image. She also teaches classes through The Body Project, a prevention program that helps young women combat eating disorders.

Recently in an interview she has talked about the body image and what she thinks of it personally. She also talks about the fashion brands that take up to a particular size leaving fewer options for curvy women. She says, "Taking for example, the Balmain for H&M collection. They only went up to a size 12…why couldn't they have gone up to a size 20? These are the discussions I want to have, because we have women coming to our site who want to shop, they want to wear these clothes. I want to go to these brands with numbers and tell them they're missing out. They have an idea in their mind that maybe bigger girls don’t look as good in the clothes, but it’s all about confidence. If they feel sexy and own it and rocking it, that’s what it’s about." She has spoken outrageously about how fashion industry has created an image of the ideal body image which is not true at all. She also confessed that she hates being called plus size and rather suggests for words like curvy. Iskra Lawrence is a British model known for her curvy beautiful body. She is mostly recognized from the Aerie Real campaign that said no to photo shopping in the name of body positivity. But now, the curvy British model with over 350,000 Instagram followers has been making headlines for helping bring Runway Riot, a fashion, style, and beauty site for women of all size. It's mission? To serve curvier women who have been underrepresented and overlooked by the fashion industry.

She is selected as the managing editor of the site and it seems to be quite natural, considering that she's a major champion for body love and acceptance. After being body-shamed during her 12-year modeling career, she's now an ambassador for NEDA (National Eating Disorder Association) and the creator of NEDA Inspires, a seal given to companies helping to promote healthy body image. She also teaches classes through The Body Project, a prevention program that helps young women fight eating disorders. Recently in an interview she has talked about the body image and what she thinks of it personally. She also talks about the fashion brands that take up to a particular size leaving fewer options for curvy women. She says, "Taking for example, the Balmain for H&M collection.

They only went up to a size 12…why couldn't they have gone up to a size 20? These are the discussions I want to have, because we have women coming to our site who want to shop, they want to wear these clothes. I want to go to these brands with numbers and tell them they're missing out. They have an idea in their mind that maybe bigger girls don’t look as good in the clothes, but it’s all about confidence. If they feel sexy and own it and rocking it, that’s what it’s about." She has spoken outrageously about how fashion industry has created an image of the ideal body image which is not true at all. She also confessed that she hates being called plus size and rather suggests for words like curvy.

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