Curve Appeal

Fresh off her Vogue Italia cover, Robyn Lawley lands in Vogue Australia‘s first ever plus size editorial. The glamorous story, shot by Max Doyle and styled by Meg Gray features Robyn looking luscious in ensembles from Balenciaga, Azzedine Alaia and Aussie favorite, Alex Perry. Throw in a host of incredible jewels from Bulgari’s archives and Robyn’s undeniable sex appeal and you’ve got an impeccable edit that proves style isn’t about a dress size.

HAIR Renya Xydis MAKEUP Justine Purdue

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13 Comments
  1. She was my favorite in the VI editorial, and she looks great here! Don’t care for the hair too much, though.

  2. Robyn is a spectacularly beautiful woman. It’s so gratifying to see her flourishing in the world of ultra-thin models. More please.

  3. I liked this, I like her, but… what’s the point with offering some diversity in fashion? The point is about proposing different kind of beauties – but imo even most important, the “nonchalant attitude”. I’d like to see these things, but without underlining the operation and highlighting it metatestually: I mean, “Belle curve”? How many times there is a blond model, and the thing is underlined in the title? the percentage is negligible I guess….
    It should be about a general principle after all imo: put aside standardization and homogenization for variety, diversity and uniqueness – and which I believe we may all, everyone with his own tastes, find a good one.

  4. It is difficult to see that she is a plus-size, but I love this editorial. I would like to see more of this kind of curvy, feminine appeal. It’s a bit of a throwback, though. Feminine, curvy for the modern world ? anyone? anytime soon?

  5. Classic lines, beautiful features. Bright future, but I do agree with one of the others about the hair styling. Seems like they were trying for a retro look, but mixed too in many eras. It’s distracting to me. Thank God Robyn is such a beauty!

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