The model and L'Oréal Paris ambassador is now sporting silver locks — but this isn't your granny's muted shade of gray.
The 28-year-old recently revealed her new relationship in an Instagram post. Now, she's responding to negative comments about it.
Model Iskra Lawrence had a major Jessica Rabbit moment on the Cannes red carpet in a custom Justin Alexander gown.
Iskra Lawrence is known for being herself, unapologetically. But now the curvy model's mother Wilma, 50, is getting in on the act, starring alongside her 27-year-old daughter in Aerie's latest swimwear campaign.
Iskra Lawrence has found her new favorite silhouette: ridiculously revealing waist-high slits. On Thursday, the curvy model attended the Off-White show at Paris Fashion Week wearing a wrap dress with a low neckline and high slits on both sides of her body as well as an opening in the front. Ever the professional model, Lawrence managed to pull off a perfect sideways pose for the cameras, flaunting the latest hot body trend: the side thigh.
Though much of the fashion industry still favors thin white women, the Fashion Institute of Technology recently hosted a symposium on how body ideals originated and have shifted over two centuries.
Iskra Lawrence has already taken the casual clothing world by storm with her body positive and unretouched ad campaigns for Aerie. Now, the curvy model is making moves and impacting the wedding industry too as the new face of a bridal fashion campaign for Justin Alexander.“I had my own trials and tribulations with body image,” says British model, Lawrence in the brand’s press release. “I had gone through a lot starting from my teenage years. It was definitely freedom to put my real self out there.” But now, she’s not afraid to embrace her figure, having worn a high-slit dress at the SAG awards and revealing, glitzy jumpsuit at the Grammys last weekend.Lawrence’s body confidence, attitude, and advocacy made her a natural choice for the brand’s #BeYou initiative, president and co-creative director Justin Alexander Warshaw tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “Iskra is incredibly inspirational and authentic. She regularly posts positive words on Instagram and is always engaging with her audience, encouraging her female followers to be confident and happy with themselves. This messaging is very in line with Justin Alexander and strongly resonates with our audience, making Iskra a great partner of the brand,” he shares.The #BeYou campaign features Lawrence wearing a series of the designer’s gorgeous wedding gowns in a-line silhouettes to mermaid and trumpet styles. They vary from minimal, traditional and classic to ornate and lavish featuring long trains and intricate beaded embroideries.“One of our core brand pillars is inclusivity, to design dresses that look great on real women. We want our brides to feel confident and comfortable in a dress that makes them shine,” says Warshaw, who hopes to empower brides everywhere to embrace their size, shape, and style through his work and, in particular, this campaign.Warshaw and his team are not only making fashionable dresses for brides who are a size 2 or a size 32, but also make sure that there are no up-charges as other brands often do for larger sized dresses.Read More from Yahoo Lifestyle: • David Schwimmer hopes to educate men with his short films about sexual harassment • The natural hairstyles at the ‘Black Panther’ premiere were fit for American royalty • Zara called out for cultural appropriation of $4 Indian skirt — and selling it for $90 Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Funny enough, the person winning the most red carpets this awards season isn’t nominated for anything. After model and body positive advocate Iskra Lawrence made a splash at the SAG Awards in a high slit black dress, she turned it up even further for the Grammys on Sunday night in a flashy sequin jumpsuit. Lawrence shared her enthusiasm for the look in a dance video posted to Instagram.
The British model attended the Screen Actors Guild Awards wearing a long, black, asymmetrical dress with a waist-high slit that revealed a flash of hip and thigh.
Iskra Lawrence is not one for typos, especially when they’re in reference to her. The model has been living the life hopping from beach to beach from Mexico to Miami and upping her swimsuit game as she goes. The Independent published an article including photos from her vacation with the headline, “Plus-size model Iskra Lawrence is the picture of body confidence as she hits the beach in Miami.” In the article, she is referred to as a “plus size model” who is “becoming a bastion of body confidence.” While the second half of that sentence is definitely true, Lawrence doesn’t approve of the first half.
Curvy model Iskra Lawrence posted a fun Instagram video, dancing to Demi Lovato’s hit song “Sorry Not Sorry” and sharing that she does not retouch her photos.
Jennie Runk, a plus-size model, is breaking down barriers in the fashion industry. Last night marked the premiere of the new EPIX documentary Straight/Curve, a film looking into the influencers working hard to redefine modern beauty standards and promote body diversity.
Curvy model Iskra Lawrence is putting herself in the hot seat by sharing “heavily” retouched photos from her early modeling days.
Iskra Lawrence is giving major vavavoom vibes. The model and body-positive activist known, among other things, for her extensive work in the Photoshop-free Aerie campaign, shared a photo of herself in a bright red Prabal Gurung dress on Instagram Tuesday afternoon. Posing next to a full-length mirror and in front of the New York City skyline, Lawrence holds a photo of herself in said red Prabal dress in one hand and a gold clutch in the other.
Many models cite their troubled industry as a source of body image issues. The impossible standards that models are expected to uphold from a young age take a toll, often resulting in eating disorders and low self-esteem.
Supermodel Iskra Lawrence wants you to know that you are beautiful, and so are your fat rolls. The only reason we believe that they aren’t, said the supermodel, is because we don’t see them in the media unless someone’s being ridiculed over their weight.
Iskra Lawrence is one of the most recognizable faces in the plus-size modeling industry, having worked extensively with retailer Aerie and landed a number of other high-profile campaigns. As a celebrity, she uses her fame to act as a champion for body positivity by advocating for individualism worldwide. The 26-year-old recently posted scantily clad, unretouched images from a photo shoot with Brooklyn-based photographer Ashley Wilson.